The new Disney On Ice Passport to Adventure tour is well underway and we cannot wait to take the children to see the show when it comes to London in December.
Just before Christmas we took the children to see Disney on Ice – Worlds of Enchantment in London and I have to say it was a highlight of my blogging life so far. The children loved it, we loved seeing them so happy and actually we really enjoyed it too. It was a great evening
At two, Little Man hasn’t slept for more nights than he has. When he was a baby he would wake every 2-3 hours for a feed every single night and this carried on until we stopped breastfeeding at a year – but the broken sleep continued for a good few months. Now, Little Man goes
On 18th January this year – Blue Monday – which is often said to be the gloomiest day of the year, Bloo decided to take action to cheer up London’s commuters.
LP has now finished her first and only year at preschool and this is our first summer holidays. I know that there will be days during the summer where we find it hard to keep LP and Little Man occupied, where we run out of things to do or where we have a couple of
Yesterday I was lucky enough to be invited to a sneak peek at Amazon’s latest gadget, the Kindle Fire HD Kids Edition. We have loved using our Kindle Fire HDX since we got it and LP loves watching TV shows on it too. I was looking forward to seeing how Amazon could have improved on such
As regular readers will know, we love books in our house and are always looking for new ways to keep the children occupied, especially in the car. We have started to download TV shows and apps to keeps LP entertained and only wish we owned an iPad to introduce LP to The Treehouse at Number 9.
Have you ever visited a baby change facility and thought that it could do with improvement? Or on the other hand have you ever visited one and thought that it was the perfect place to tend to your baby’s needs? Well Sudocrem have announced their Care & Protect Baby Changing Room Awards and want you
In this day and age most Dads are as hands on as they possibly can be where their children are concerned. I know that my Dave has dealt with his fair share of the parental duties – Bathing the babies, feeding them, cleaning them up and changing their nappies – even the really awful ones!