I have been blogging now for three years and I will be honest and say that it has been challenging, as I have been bringing up my three young children in that time too. My blog has very much been a hobby all of these years, which I have been lucky enough to earn a small income from. However, thing's are about to change soon as my daughter is off to school and my son is off to nursery school, meaning for the first time since I started this blog I will have proper childfree time to dedicate to it.
Wednesday, 16 August 2017
This week on Other Bloggers Family Lives I am featuring Victoria who blogs at Lylia Rose which is a family lifestyle blog and also a ladies accessories shop, I actually reviewed a make-up bag from Lylia Rose a couple of years ago. Victoria blogs about a whole range of subjects such as working from home, family, healthy living, style and home posts. So let's find out more about the family behind Lylia Rose.
Tuesday, 15 August 2017
Being a mum to a teenage daughter I know just how hard it can be finding days out that interest them, long gone are the days where they are happy with a couple of hours at soft-play or playing in the garden. So I have compiled a list of places here in the North East that sound perfect for keeping teen's entertained this summer.
Sunday, 13 August 2017
This summer English Heritage have a host of summer events planned to keep the whole family entertained. They have everything from evening theatre shows under the stars to historic re-enactments and medieval falconry displays, they sound perfect for getting children interested in history. If you are stuck for something to do as the summer holiday's come to an end, check out what is on here in the North East at English Heritage centres this summer.
Wednesday, 9 August 2017
This week on Other Bloggers Family Lives I am featuring Helen who blogs at Mummy To The Max. Helen blogs about family life, reviews and her life in the New Forest. So let's find out more about the family behind Mummy To The Max.
Monday, 7 August 2017
Join Us For A Mickey And The Roadster Racers & Minnie Happy Helpers Twitter Party #MickeyandMinnieToys
My two and four-year-olds are huge Disney Junior fans, it is their go to TV channel and they have long been fans of Mickey and Minnie Mouse. When Mickey and the Roadster Racers show came out earlier this year they were instantly hooked and became big fans of the show, watching it regularly. So when we were recently sent a huge bundle of Mickey and the Roadster Racers and Minnie's Happy Helpers toys from Flair they were overjoyed and could not believe their luck!
Sunday, 6 August 2017
My four-year-old daughter Sophia is such a girly girl who adores playing with dolls, so when we were asked if we would like to review Lottie dolls I knew they would be perfect for her. Lottie dolls are different to other dolls in that they are designed to look like children and not adults, they have the body shape of a regular 9-year-old, they wear no makeup, jewellery or heels and look like normal children who stand on their own two feet. I love this as I am all for keeping my children innocent for as long as possible and I am not a fan of unrealistic tiny waisted, big boobed play dolls.