Hartley’s Back To School Lunchtime Challenge #littleoneswholunch

Hartley’s Back To School 'Lunchtime Challenge'

I’ve been completing the Hartley’s Back To School Lunchtime Challenge with my 7 year old son, as we’ve talked about his school week, family, food and education.  Now he’s back at school we only get to share lunchtimes at the weekends but when we are together, it’s a great time to… Continue reading »

How to Enhance Pictures with Movavi Photo Editor

How to Enhance Pictures with Movavi Photo Editor

How to Enhance Pictures with Movavi Photo Editor – this is a collaborative post. Do you enjoy photography and constantly have your digital camera or smartphone out snapping photos of your kids, special occasions, or anything else interesting that catches your eye? Cameras nowadays are able to produce images in… Continue reading »

Bargain books from The Works

Bargain books from The Works

You all know I’m a bookworm and I’m keen to instill a love of books in my 7 year old son too.  I also like to think ahead for later in the year for present ideas for the festive season (don’t shoot me). So covering all bases I’ve been looking… Continue reading »

Free party with Smyths Toy Superstores on 27th May 2017

Free party with Smyths Toy Superstores on 27th May 2017!

If you are looking for something to do with the kids next Saturday, then I might be able to answer your prayers. You can join a free party with Smyths Toy Superstores on 27th May 2017. You are invited to visit your nearest Smyths Toy Superstore across the country next Saturday… Continue reading »

Birmingham’s Top 5 Indian Cuisine Locations

Birmingham’s Top 5 Indian Cuisine Locations

disclosure:  this is a collaborative post If you are in search of a new flavour in your regular dining experiences, perhaps Indian cuisine is what you are lacking in your life. From buttery naan to spicy madras, Indian food can suit any palate through a variety of flavours and dishes…. Continue reading »

Cycling through the decades

Cycling through the decades

When we visited Coventry last year and spent time at the Transport Museum, I showed Monkey a display of different bicycles and we talked about cycling through the decades.  From the days of the Penny Farthing to the road racing bikes that a friend uses.  He was mesmerised by the changes in design… Continue reading »