Monthly Archives: November 2020

Putting Our Memories Into A Photo book

Christmas is most certainly on its way. There’s definitely a different feel surrounding this year’s festivities. I think the uncertainty of whether we’ll be able to spend time with our families weighs heavy but also the magic of it is quite tempting too. In previous years, I have been quite organised with presents but the people I always find hardest …

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Autism, First Period & The Modibodi RED Period Pants

Clearly from the title, this is a blog post all about menstrual cycles. If you are a lady or have a daughter then this is certainly a blog post you’ll want to read. However, if this isn’t your thing (which to be honest why isn’t it, we’re in 2020 for goodness sake?) then there are lots of other blog posts …

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Our COVID Test Experience

As I start this post I wanted to say that we are all absolutely okay. Well, as far as being in a second lockdown with a killer invisible enemy lurking around any corner can make you okay of course. This is a long post though so get comfy! This journey for us started unexpectedly on Monday. We woke up in …

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Books To Empower Children

We are a week into the second lockdown in the UK, lockdown 2.0, and this lockdown does feel extremely different from the first one. I am extremely invested in making sure my girls are happy and thriving through this second lockdown and of course beyond that too. A great way to help children with their learning is to read books. We …

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Improve Your Marriage With These 5 Simple Hacks

Every year, millions of Americans get married and pledge to spend the rest of their lives together, through thick and thin. Unfortunately, marriages often go through some rough patches from time to time. This can be due to arguments, the loss of that “spark” or any number of other potential issues. Thankfully, a marriage that is in a bit of …

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St Helen’s Duver – Isle of Wight 2020 – day 2

I woke up really early on the first morning on the Isle Of Wight. There’s something about holidays that get me motivated for adventures and a new routine. I think I was the only grown-up awake. Our plans for our entire holiday was to take each day as it came. Make sure we did lots of outside adventures and kept …

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Godstone Farm At Halloween

It feels a bit bittersweet to be writing about our day out that happened just last week when we have a bit of uncertainty ahead of us. One of the first places we visited after the first lockdown was Godstone Farm and we excitedly got to head back to enjoy their Halloween fun this half term. It was a wet …

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