Planning a trip this summer and want to keep the children occupied? Get them to document their adventures in this beautiful travel journal from Travelling with Kids. They will have long lasting memories of their summer holidays for years to come.Read More »
If you already follow this blog you will know that we are a family who loves to camp and go on adventures. One of the things I struggle with while camping is keeping the kids warm at bed time. JJ hates being in a sleeping bag and often complains that her back is cold while she is sleeping on her stretcher.Read More »
We are often travelling with our two small children and I am always looking for activities to keep them occupied while they are in the car or stuck inside the tent due to rainy days.Read More »
Have you ever had trouble trying to find a tourist attraction in a new city? Found yourself walking in circles? Strolling the streets aimlessly?
So many times I recall being in a new city following the tourist signs which lead to a major attraction, then the signs seem to stop. You know you must be close but you just can’t find your way. You ask a local and things seem to get lost in translation.Read More »
We are always heading off on little adventures with our two children and this means we are often not home at nap time. The children often slept in the sling or pram but now Master B is older and much more aware it makes it harder to get him to sleep while we are on the move.Read More »
Will my baby sleep? This is the main thing on my mind when we go on holidays or a for a sleep over. Over the years I have always used portacots and my children have not slept well, lets face it they are like sleeping on a blank of wood! That was until I discovered The Sleepovers padded fitted sheet which is one of my essential items I take when we go camping. Having the additional padding on the mattress means that my baby has a better nights sleep plus I can rest easy knowing that it is approved by the INPAA (Infant Nursery Products Accreditation and Approval).
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