‘It’s My Thing’ Campaign | Fruit Shoot

For those who don’t know, Fruit Shoot are currently running a brilliant campaign called ‘It’s My Thing’. For this campaign, they are championing kids to… well, do their thing! As a parent, I feel passionate about encouraging children to develop their own identity and to let their personality shine through. Whatever they are passionate about or interested […]

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Gousto Review, Plus Discount Code*

I’ve been wanting to try some recipes from Gousto for a long time, so it’s safe to say that I was a bit excited (okay, understatement) about receiving my box! I was like a child at Christmas and when I found out that I could get it delivered within a few days, I happily selected […]

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All The Things You Don’t Know About Me

I was tagged by Becki over at The Mum from Brum to do this A to Z ‘All the Things You Don’t Know About Me’. So, here it is! A is for AM I’m definitely not a morning person and prefer the evening SO much more. I could very easily sleep in until the early […]

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Our Easter Traditions

When I was little I used to always get given an Easter Egg each day over Easter weekend, so that meant I got at least 4 eggs. Often, I would get more. My parents also bought us all some presents and/or gave us some money, and as I got older this tradition remained. Although, this […]

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The Little One Tag | #LittleOne

I was tagged by Janet over at Mummy’s Monkey Blog to take part in the Little One tag. It’s a fun set of questions where you imagine how your little human would respond. Just a little note before we start: Joshua calls all children, regardless of age, “babies”. It’s cute! Here we go! What’s the […]

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Disgusting Things Parents Do | SatDADay

Since I became a Dad almost three years ago, I’ve done some pretty disgusting things. But the weird thing is, it doesn’t actually seem that gross when it’s your own child. Somehow them being your own kid makes it all feel perfectly normal that you’re searching through their poo without hesitation. The gross things that come […]

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My Son Used to Be Mute | #LittleLeaps

By the time Joshua was a few months old I was so used to him being advanced in all of his development milestones. Whether it was weaning, crawling, walking, sitting up… Joshua seemed to be doing it way before other babies. So, I just assumed that this would be how it would continue, but when […]

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