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Erin has been going to nursery for nearly a month now so it’s given me a few weeks to get used to her not being around for a couple of days a week. From February, she will be going Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:45 to 3:30. While I do still feel a bit lost without her, having spent near enough every single day of the past two years with her, it’s amazing how quickly you get used to it and get into a new routine. This year I joined the gym so on a Wednesday
If you’re anything like me, you’ll be the kind of person who really gets sucks into adverts on television, especially for things like vacuum cleaners. The adverts that always stand out for me the most are those for the Shark vacuum cleaners. I was so happy when we were offered the brand new Shark Upright Vacuum Cleaner (NV801UK) for review. Of course, I jumped at the chance. On the day the Shark upright vacuum cleaner arrived I was literally bouncing with excitement. I know that sounds quite silly but I had heard such good things about
What We’ve Been Watching is a monthly feature where we talk about everything we’ve been watching over the past month. It might be something on Netflix, Sky or even just a DVD we’ve had for years but wanted to watch again. If we’ve been watching something new we’ll talk about that too! Nashville I don’t know why but we had recorded the series on Sky+ and for some reason, we’d stopped watching it 5 episodes before the finale. If you’ve seen the most recent series than you will know what happened just before this and
New Year’s Eve 2015 was one I will never forget. Well, actually, I can’t quite remember all of it to be perfectly honest but it was the day before my beautiful little girl was born. From then, New Year’s Eve was never going to be the same again. Even before Erin was born, John and I never really did anything on New Year’s Eve. I spent more than enough years going out to a pub or club or a party somewhere and I don’t really drink alcohol any more. Going out and celebrating at a
Last year I made a list of blog goals which I am happy to say, I smashed. 2018 is a completely different year though and things have changed quite a lot since last year. In August I decided to take the leap and go self-employed. Hitting targets and reaching my goals means a lot more to me now and while there are not consequences as such, it does matter if I don’t put the time in to try to achieve new things. Erin is starting nursery next week and will be going 2 days each
My sister Natalie has spent the last few years living in London in pretty much one room and sharing a kitchen. Since she moved there she hasn’t really been able to bake too much and it’s something she really likes to do… and I like to reap the rewards from. So, when she came to stay at the beginning of December she broke out the cake tins and decided to bake! As Natalie will be living with us for a little while soon she already has a lot of her things here and that includes
One of Erin’s favourite foods when she was about 1 was parsnips. If we would go out for a carvery or a roast dinner these would be her food of choice. Sadly, she’s been going through a fussy stage lately and won’t each much at all so I thought cooking up some air fryer parsnips might do the trick. The great thing about air fryer parsnips is that you can do them a few different ways. If you follow the recipe below you can either serve them with a roast dinner or you can have