We were lucky enough to be invited to Eagle heights. Eagle heights is based in Enysford in Kent, which is the ideal location to see the birds fly. At Eagle heights there are seven different types of eagles, three vultures, five hawks and two falcons. There are also owls and a caracara, along with the… Continue reading Eagle Heights, Enysford , Kent
What are the Liebster Awards? The Liebster Awards are to promote new blogs. You answer a series of questions and and then set your own questions to ask. Before I start a Big thank you to Nina Spencer who writes Ready for a Cuppa Blog. Her blog is a very good read I must say.… Continue reading Liebster Award
Knitting is really not just a hobby to me. Yes I still try and find time to knit with two children, part time job and a house to run! It's relaxing and it's so easy to do once I got the knack of it! I am currently knitting a blanket for the winter it's not… Continue reading Knitting is not just a hobby
This is a very interesting topic for me. Purely as I have been on so much medicines from a young age due to medical problems. (All almost okay now!) I have been watching the news closely and there was a recent news report saying that many antibiotics are no longer working on certain bugs and… Continue reading Are we being over prescribed?
When you become a parent Wether your a mum or dad. It really is important to have time together or even separate. Being a full time mum or dad (let's face it ladies there are a few fantastic daddies who are stay at home dad's!) We need our down time! Since Bear was born in… Continue reading How to get the best of having your own time….
Routines have gone out the window at the moment! You Know when its school holidays everything becomes a bit more relaxed, calmer and the routine seems to go out of the window. The children seem to want feeding every 10 minutes, they want to do something different every 20 minutes, toys are usually scattered all… Continue reading Routines have gone out the ….
When I was Pregnant with Bear, one of my relatives mentioned that I should re-home of my two cats, Patch and Smudge. They were almost 16 years old and had already gone through two house moves with me and they didn't cope very well. They were my mums cats so I was very amendment that… Continue reading Pets and Children
We had a lovely morning out at a National trust Property recently . It was lovely dry but slightly windy day. We had a lovely wonder around the gardens and through the woodland walk which isn't buggy friendly but that is my personal view. Whilst there we had a Ice cream in the coffee shop and a… Continue reading A spooky Moment …
Why do other parents judge other parents? Seriously parenting is a amaxing special journey for everyone in everyone's own way. Some are very laid back and some are very serious. Some parents feed their children a totally organic diet, some people feed their children totally on processes food. Some parents go vegan or vegetarian. And… Continue reading Why do…
So your beautiful son or daughter has hit 6 months of age. It's time to start thinking about weaning. This journey will be messy I won't lie. But it will be one of the funniest adventures you will have. Some of the faces they pull will certainly make you laugh. (Photos of Bell during the… Continue reading Let’s talk about weaning…