Last weekend we were invited along to the Christmas nativity at Pennywell Farm. We hadn’t been before so we were excited to see what it was all about. Personally I love Pennywell Farm, as do the kiddies, it has a lovely family feel to the whole set up. Continue reading “Christmas Nativity at Pennywell Farm in Devon”
The Christmas trees have gone up, the decorations are out, we’ve gone into full blown Christmas mode in our house this weekend. Continue reading “Tea with Father Christmas at Jack’s Patch”
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I am constantly on the lookout for ways to save money as well as make some extra money on the side. A really easy way of making extra cash is by using a free cash back site whenever you shop online. Continue reading “How to use Kidstart for Free Cash Back for your Children”
December is always a time of year when I put my ‘thrifty head’ on. I find if you’re not careful the costs can easily spiral out of control. There is so much temptation out there to just buy that or maybe just add that in! Continue reading “Thrifty DIY Christmas Decorations”
We all know that December is an expensive time of year, there just always seems to be some much that needs to be bought. For families you can add visiting Santa to that list, luckily there are loads of places in Devon to see the big man but the prices do vary quite substantially from place to place. Continue reading “Budget Friendly Santa’s Grottos in Devon for Under £5”
Last year I decided to make Christmas Eve boxes for the kiddies. I had heard of others doing it and thought it was a lovely idea so decided to replicate it and introduce it as a new Christmas tradition in our house. We always have a house full at Christmas so naturally the kids are pretty wound up, I thought the boxes might give them something to focus on before bedtime on Christmas Eve. Continue reading “How to Make Christmas Eve Boxes”
If like me you have a big Harry Potter fan in your household then you’ve probably been looking for the perfect Harry Potter stocking fillers to give them this Christmas. Personally I have spent many hours doing just that so I thought I would share my findings with you. Continue reading “Harry Potter Stocking Fillers – Christmas Gifts”
According to the NHS one in seven couples have difficulty conceiving which is approximately 3.5 million people in the UK alone. Personally I was quite shocked by that statistic. There are many potential causes of infertility and also many theories which can make it frustrating for the couples involved. Continue reading “Natural Cycles – The Fertility Tracking App”
When my two were younger we seemed to go through an endless amount of nappies each week. There was a point where both of mine were in nappies at the same time and I just seemed to spend my life buying more. Thankfully we are now well past the nappies stage but I recently came across something which I thought would interest parents still in that stage. Continue reading “How to Turn Nappies into Rewards with Pampers Club”
This month we have been working with Channel Mum and Cadbury’s Dairy Milk Buttons to create our very own memory lane.
What is a Memory Lane?
The memory lane tool has been created by Cadbury’s Dairy Milk Buttons and is a way of capturing and remembering those precious little shared moments of joy that you experience with your children. Continue reading “Capturing shared moments with Memory Lane”