Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Other Bloggers Family Lives Featuring Unconventional Kira

Welcome to another week of Other Bloggers Family Lives, this week I am featuring mum of three Kira who blogs at Unconventional Kira. Kira blogs and vlogs about family life with a teen, a primary school aged child and a baby. So let's find out more about the family behind Unconventional Kira. 




1.) Tell me a bit about yourself and your family?


I am a mother of three girls aged 14,8 and 3 months. No more babies, although my partner Scott would love a boy. I am currently on maternity leave as a community carer. Our eldest girls are avid dancers and take part in dance shows in and outside of school. We are also a vlogging family and vlog our lives on youtube.


2.) Where do you live?

We live in Staffordshire in a little village called Biddulph. 

3.) What is your favourite thing to do as a family where you live?

We love going on the local national trust walks and absolutely love going to the cinema, we are very big fans! Although we haven't braved taking the latest addition along with us yet!

4.) If you could live anywhere where would you?

Anywhere hot! Even though I love autumn and Christmas, I think summer puts a smile on everyone's face and England has rubbish summers so anywhere hot!

5.) Did you grow up close to where you live now and what are your favourite childhood memories of where you grew up?

No, I am originally from North London. Tottenham and Wood Green, we moved up to Staffordshire when I was 15. I missed my childhood friends from school, with not living in the area, I miss playing knock down ginger if you're not familiar with that - you knock on people's doors and then run away - I know a devil child right? 

6.) Have you got any exciting family plans for the year ahead?

We have just added to our family with little Nila, who is now 3 months old. We are saving to go abroad next year and have a two week family holiday. 

7.) What is your favourite thing about family life?

The fun, there is honestly never a dull moment, and with a house full of girls, I have plenty of best friends. 

Thank you for taking the time to answer these questions Kira and congratulations on your new arrival. I hope you enjoy your holiday abroad in the sun next year, we are going away next year too and I can not wait either. 

To find out more about Kira and her family visit her blog www.unconventionalkira.co.uk or follow her on social media

Twitter huttkira
Instagram  kira_hutt

Don't forget to check out last week's post featuring  Wanderlust and Wetwipes if you missed it. If you would like to take part in Other Bloggers Family Lives then please just send me an email at newcastlefamilylife@gmail.com












32 comments:

  1. Thanks lovely :) loved linking up with you :) x

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  2. Lovely to find out a bit more about Kira - we are also big fans of national trust walks and I gave birth to our second daughter 4 months ago, so our girls are very close in age :)

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    1. It is always lovely when you find bloggers with the same age children as your own x

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  3. We love going to National Trust properties too. There are always interesting NT properties around :)

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    1. I think I need to visit more NT properties x

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  4. aww so lovely to find a little more about Kira - agree with everyone else we also love walking in national trust :)

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    1. I never visit National Trust properties, I really should x

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  5. Awww what a great interview! Sounds like her life is crazy busy with 3 girls :)

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    1. Thank you, glad you enjoyed reading it Amie x

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  6. Lovely to find out about Kira. The age gaps between her girls are similar to my sisters and me. When the last girl was born we were 13, 12, 6 and 0!

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  7. I'm a big fan of the National Trust properties too, there is so much to do.

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    1. I need to visit more NT properties as I keep hearing how great they are x

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  8. The National Trust is great - especially for kids. We love exploring with our little toddler.A lovely read

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    1. I think my children would enjoy exploring the grounds too x

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  9. I'm really nosey so I love posts like these! Lovely to find out a little bit more about Kira :)

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  10. We love exploring NT properties too :) Sophie's 2 & I still haven't braved the cinema yet lol x

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    1. I only took my little boy to the cinema just before his 3rd birthday, my daughter has been going since she was about 2 though x

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  11. I hope that my girl will be my best friend too! Also, Biddulph makes me think of Rudolph!

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  12. Interesting questions and answers. Good to know more about Kira.

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  13. I'm a big NT fan too and love going to the houses with wild wood playgrounds - my kids love them!

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    1. I really need to take my own children, I keep hearing how great they are x

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  14. I love interviews like this and learning more about other bloggers. We also love exploring NT properties and going anywhere hot :)

    Laura x

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  15. We love National Trust walks too, the kids always sleep better after too

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    1. I so need my son to sleep better so I think I need to join the NT! lol x

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  16. Lovely to find out about other bloggers loved this post.

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