Framing memories with Photowall – review and giveaway

Framing memories with Photowall

As you all know I am always taking photographs, my son is used to me snapping away whenever we are out and about, whether it’s for a college assignment, the blog or just to capture moments in our day.  It’s part of our every day life and I can’t see… Continue reading »

Learning to play Carcassonne #BoardGameClub

Learning to play Carcassonne

I do love a bit of history and even my eight year old son loves castles and stories of knights and medieval times.  Over the last few weeks we’ve been learning to play Carcassonne which has suited us down to the ground.  We’d received the game as part of the… Continue reading »

Eating out at Beefeater Applecart Didcot

Beefeater Applecart Didcot

January has to be my least favourite month of the year.  It’s cold, dark, often wet and just a let down after all the fun and festivities of December.  We’d had a really up and down week here last week.  A terrible start to the week, but my son had… Continue reading »

Hollie and Figgs – book reviews and giveaway

Hollie and Figgs

I’ve got a couple of delightful books to share with you this afternoon in the Hollie and Figgs series.  The books are written by Annette Sharman and are aimed at children aged 5-8 years of age. The first book in the series is Hollie and Figgs Magical Adventures where we get… Continue reading »

Ravensburger Awesome Alphabet A 1000 Piece Puzzle

Ravensburger Awesome Alphabet A 1000 Piece Puzzle

When I spend my days running around after my eight year old, I often long for the evenings when I can chill out and unwind.  I’ve always found jigsaw puzzles help to take me off to a different place and away from the stresses of every day life.   I received… Continue reading »

Exploring the new Westgate Oxford

Exploring the new Westgate Oxford

People always laugh when they discover that considering how close to Oxford I’ve lived for well over thirty years, that until my son was born eight years ago, I’d rarely ever visited or county town.  Since my son arrived on the scene we visited the numerous museums countless times but… Continue reading »