It’s official – December is upon us and it’s finally time for the Christmas countdown.
The kids woke early this morning to find that Rocko (the Elf) had returned in style by wedging himself into a toilet roll and rolling from top to bottom down the stairs. He had apparently written “I’m back” along the toilet roll and attached to his hand was a letter from the North Pole and £2 from the Tooth Fairy who he’d obviously bumped into whilst on his travels…
Having finally cleared up the trail of toilet roll, the kids were eager to open their advent calendars.…
Welcome to this week’s #MySundaySnapshot post, which is part of a snap-sharing-blog-linky series that you are very welcome to join. Click here for further information and guidelines upon this linky should you wish to take part.
I can’t tell you how glad I am that it’s the weekend – this week has dragged and I’m in much need of some downtime.
The kids went to the beach this afternoon with their Dad, the dog, and their Grandad whilst I busied myself with Black Friday bargains ordering bits and bobs for Christmas. Despite it being bitterly cold, they apparently had a great time and I’d love to say the same but whether it’s on the high street or online, I’m just not all that keen on shopping or spending.…
Here we are at the end of November already, with Christmas just around the corner it’s certainly a busy time of the year and there’s been plenty going on especially so over the past month. Here’s a few of the many things which I have #LikedandLoved throughout November.
I am a huge fan of fireworks, they may be explosive and somewhat dangerous but they are just so magical! As always, my family and I went to two firework displays within the first week of November, both of which were great fun.
Having listened to Freya Riding’s live album on Alexa I couldn’t wait to get my hands on tickets to see her live for myself.…
Excuse the rather late post, I’ve had an emotionally demanding day followed by a much-needed night out with my bestie thus have been somewhat occupied. However, I am now home, have had a hot bath and am curled up in my pj’s with my Macbook ready to write this months #LittleLoves. So – without further ado, here a few of my highlights from November.
I had seen and added ‘The Little Book of Hygge‘ to my Amazon wishlist many moons ago but wasn’t willing to part for £9.99 for the pleasure. Whilst at work, I had the chance to peruse a ‘Children In Need’ charity book sale and came across what appeared to a brand new copy of the book for only 50p!…
When it comes to planning holidays for the whole family, the Caribbean may not be the first place that springs to mind. However, the Islands that make up this region of the Americas can actually be a great choice. Both for entertaining the kids, and for ensuring parents get a well deserved relaxing break as well. Read on to find out more.
One of the best things about the Caribbean is a fantastic climate. In fact, apart from a brief rainy season, you can expect hot weather most of the year-round. Especially in tourist-focused locations like the Bahamas, Jamaica, and Guadeloupe. …