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The Reality Of Camping In The Garden With Kids

Camping in the garden sounded cute. We could make s’mores out of marshmallows and digestive biscuits. Watch movies on the iPad. Have toilets and lighting not too far away. We’d get cosy and laugh. Wake up in the early hours a bit sweaty but feeling cold all at the same time. Camping in the garden wasn’t what it cracked up …

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Siblings 2020 – February

Firstly, it’s the 29th of February!! It’s a leap year woohoo. Anyway… I have felt like February has been a long month. The weather has been pretty rubbish and there’s been a half-term in the middle too. I mean, who’s idea was it to have a school holiday when the weather is yuck and nobody wants to spend any length …

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Siblings 2020 – January

Welcome back to another year of the Siblings post. This project originated from Lucy at Dear Beautiful many years ago when blog linkys were a thing and I’m so grateful she started it. It’s a wonderful way to look back on each month. January is a long month. There’s lots of talk about it feeling a bit heavy on the …

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Glamping At Longberry Farm

I have this real passion for travelling at the moment. There’s something so exciting about packing the car up and finding new places to adventure as a family. Our latest exploration of the UK saw us searching for glamping options on the Campsites website. We’ve only been glamping once before and the girls have wanted to do it again ever …

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Our First Festival – Monstrous Family Festival!

I have never ever been to a festival. There I said it. But I am super excited that we are booked to attend a brand new family festival called Monstrous this summer. The event, which will take place at the award-winning Printworks venue in London. It will host over seven fantasy worlds full of fun for all the family. Zones …

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10 Reasons Why You Should Go Camping with Children

Camping is hugely popular in the UK. It’s an idyllic idea – setting off to a woodland or beach, pitching the tent, then immersing yourself in nature, free from the interruptions of everyday life. However, there’s an alternative image of camping, which usually involves lots of rain, frustrated children, and soggy sausages on the barbeque. Sadly, it’s this latter notion …

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