Review

Learning to read with The Lost Words {Book Review}

The Lost Words. A book about the words which are disappearing from a child’s language, very closely linked to nature and the world around us. A beautiful book with the perfect blend of words and pictures. Dandelion, Otter, Bramble and Acorn. As a family who love the great outdoors I thought it would be fitting to […] Read more…

Voltron: Legendary Defender {Review}

Voltron – The ’80s classic returns to defend the universe against evil with the help of five unlikely heroes and their flying robot lions who unite to form the megapowerful Voltron and defend the universe from evil. My 6 year old is hooked and has been glued to the series since it aired on POP a few […] Read more…

A family meal at Joe’s Kitchen {Review}

I’m so excited to tell you about our latest review. Eating out as a family has become a bit of a ritual lately – I really do love our little dinner dates. At least once a week we try to eat out as a family and last weekend we headed to Joe’s Kitchen at Trentham Gardens. Often […] Read more…

Decorating Lil G’s bedroom for Christmas

As its December I think it is only right to share a little festive decorations post with you. For the first time we have decorated Lil G’s bedroom, in actual fact we hadn’t planned to but on his request for a tree and colourful lights we may have got a little carried away. Can you ever […] Read more…

George’s Lunch – Petit Fernand Review

As we started to prepare for Lil G’s move into Year 1 things just seemed a little more relaxed this year. The pressure was off and it felt lovely, we all knew what was expected and other than new teachers and a new classroom we all seemed to be quite laid back about this next […] Read more…

Fathers Day Kisses with Braun

A picture of pure happiness. I took this photo on our recent trip to the seaside during half-term and I have to say I think it is one of my favourite captures of the boys together. I just love how happy they both are, the joy in their faces and cheeky personalities shining through. Whether they are […] Read more…

Pick a Pumpkin with the National Forest Adventure Farm

Another year, another spooktacular Halloween event at the National Forest Adventure Farm. Whether it’s pumpkin picking, mummy hunting, broomstick training or learning how to scare away all the spooky witches and ghosts at Scare School your little ones are in for a treat. Perfect for a little half-term Halloween fun. Read more…

To Infinity and Beyond with George Home

Here at life as our little family HQ we love wooden toys. Long before Lil G came into our world we have always favoured a wooden toy. An all-time favourite for us. Takes me back to my abacus and noahs ark days. Old school toys always were the best! I just think they stand the test […] Read more…

VAX Air Cordless Review

What with a dog that loses hair simply by breathing, a four-year old that leaves crumbs, food and dirt with each footstep and of course two adults in the house we often find ourselves hovering twice a day. I say we, what I actually meant to say is that Mr H hoovers twice a day! When I was […] Read more…

Bluestone Wales, National Park Resort : Review

Bluestone Wales. Let’s set the scene … stunning views, blue skies, the sound of birds tweeting and rabbits thumping, woods all around you, beautiful coloured houses. Idyllic. Do I need to say anymore? As with all good stories, let’s start at the beginning… Read more…

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