Should We Teach Sexuality in Primary School?

I have a question to ask you: should children be taught about the LGBT+ community in Primary school? If I’m going to be completely honest, I was surprised to find out that most parents, it seems, are against the idea (based on what I have seen and read personally). Come on, it is 2019 and […]

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Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Park

This weekend we headed to Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Park for Fantasy February, during half-term week. Since we last visited there have been quite a few welcomed changes to the park, with more on the way! With Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Park in Norfolk being just over an hour from us, it makes it one of the […]

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I’m More Than ‘Just’ a Parent

When I got a job back in June 2018, I got a lot of comments along the lines of: “That’s nice, it’ll keep you busy won’t it?” While it was most definitely meant as a boost and nothing less than positive, it wasn’t. It was said with blissful ignorance and demeaned everything I had been […]

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I Gave Up My Career

A few months ago, I realised that I’ve lost a huge part of myself and, lately, I’ve felt lost for what route to take next. Since I was little, I have been a writer. I started writing poems, stories and scripts in my bedroom as a child and was at my happiest when I had […]

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Joshua’s 4th Birthday Party at Adventure Island Play Park

*Disclaimer: This post is in partnership with Sentinel Leisure Trust For Joshua’s fourth birthday earlier in the Summer, we wanted to give him his first proper party. For his first birthday, we took him out for a day trip to our local SeaLife in Great Yarmouth and had our family round for a buffet in […]

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Mud and Bloom June Box | What’s Inside

Those who know me know that I’m a huge fan of subscription boxes and I have recently got into children’s subscription boxes too. When I stumbled across Mud and Bloom, I knew that they would be a fantastic idea for little ones who love the outdoors as well as children who need some encouragement. Mud […]

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4 Ideas for Summer Childcare

Ever since Joshua was born, I have always been self-employed. Whilst Jamie worked full-time, I could fit my work entirely around Joshua and the routine we had at home. That was until I recently starting working in my first ever employed job that is working away from home. As all working parents know, childcare is […]

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