Originally published on 4 February 2015. My sister kindly organised a baby shower for me, it was supposed to be a surprise but it didn’t stay that much of a surprise, saying that all I knew was the time, date and location. The guests and goings on were a mystery. My sister went down the afternoon tea route for the theme, knowing that I love afternoon tea and all things…

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Summer is on it’s way, which means it’s almost time for the kids to finish school for the holidays. As most parents know all too well, it can be tricky to think of ways to entertain our little ones, and the last thing you want is your children’s eyes glued to the TV all day long! With a range of benefits to our mental and physical health and wellbeing, spending…

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A little while ago Aria and I made a cake to celebrate My Little Piccolo’s first birthday, but it wasn’t just any old cake, it was a very special cake that contained two of My Little Piccolo’s delicious fruit and veg pouches. My Little Piccolo challenged several bloggers to create a cake recipe incorporating at least one of their pouches, game for a challenge I said yes and came up with a…

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Think of all the time, money, and effort you have spent creating a beautiful indoor space within your home. Interior design is a passion of mine, and of course it is important that you love the place where you live! However, more often than not, a home’s outdoor space finds itself a little neglected. However, now is the time to update your garden and create a space that you can…

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This Thursday, 18 May 2017, sees the return of Outdoor Classroom Day. Outdoor Classroom Day is a global event set to encourage parents and teachers alike to take the classroom into the great outdoors. After all, it is the greatest classroom that there is. Children can learn and experience so much through outdoor play, the possibilities really are endless, which is why we will be taking part in Outdoor Classroom…

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There is an article doing the rounds today, slamming the ‘slummy mummy’. Said article criticises big mummy bloggers, bloggers who chose to share very real life parenting, bloggers who so many ‘normal’ mums look up to and relate to. These bloggers make people realise that they aren’t alone, they aren’t a shit parent. They are just normal. It criticises their choices and even refers to them as slummy mummies. The…

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