Siblings {July 2022}

And just like that another month has passed. This is the last Siblings post of this academic year, the last of LP and Little Man being at primary school together and the last before the summer holidays and then LP starting secondary school. What an end of an era.

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Warner Bros Studios Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter Review

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At the weekend we were invited to the Warner Bros Studios Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter to celebrate the launch of their new Mandrakes and Magical Creatures exhibition. We hadn’t been since 2016 and the children were so excited to visit – especially as they are now massive Harry Potter fans.

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The Best Places to Stay for Cornwall Family Holidays | AD

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We have had so many family holidays to Cornwall over the years and they are always some of our favourite breaks. With so many different areas to explore, beautiful beaches and some of the most picturesque landscapes in the country, Cornwall will always be high on our list of somewhere to visit.

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Rhubarb and Ginger Traybake Recipe

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I have grown rhubarb in the garden for years but for a long time I purely used it in rhubarb crumbles. Over recent years I’ve made so many bakes using rhubarb and our latest is a Rhubarb and Ginger Traybake.

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Living Arrows – 28/52 {2022}

Welcome back to another week of Living Arrows! I love this project, I’ve been doing it for so many years now and it’s always nice seeing who links up and watching children and families grow throughout the year.

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The Last Primary Sports Day {The Ordinary Moments}

We haven’t had a sports day at school, with parents watching, since before the pandemic. But, last week, we were able to go back to school and watch sports day – LP’s very last one at Primary School.

Thankfully, the weather stayed dry and we got to see the children doing various activities in their classes. They had mini relay races, dribbled a ball around cones and worked as a team to collect as many balls as they could in a certain time.

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Easy Banana Rhubarb Muffins Recipe

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With plenty of rhubarb growing in the garden, and bananas constantly going past their best, our latest bake had to be Rhubarb and Banana Muffins. Easy to make and fantastic for breakfast or a sweet treat in the afternoon, they’re a bake the whole family will enjoy.

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