Collaborative post Let’s set the scene. You recently bought a summerhouse from your local garden centre and have had it installed (or you were feeling brave and built it yourself from a flat-pack kit). Your summerhouse looks excellent and is ready for you and your family and friends to use. However, you can’t help but think that your new summerhouse is missing some styling to make it more unique and to your taste. So how can you customise it and the surrounding area without breaking the bank? Take a look at these affordable ideas for
AD | Collaborative post The age of four to seven is the best time to introduce Legos to your kids. While Lego sets can be very overwhelming at first, especially for the younger ones, the kids can eventually get the hang of building Lego bricks. Lego sets are not just toys for your kids to pass the time with. The best thing about allowing your kids to play and build with Legos is that they also help refine your kid’s motor skills and enhance their creativity. Most Lego sets are themed around a particular story
On of my absolutely favourite places to go in Norwich is The Assembly House. I fell in love from my very first afternoon tea there and have been back so many times since then and even had an overnight stay last year. The great thing about The Assembly House is that they change the afternoon tea fairly often and they’re usually themed as well. During May half term we took Erin as a treat to enjoy a seaside themed afternoon tea.
AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) This week’s children’s book review is all about How To Be a Footballer and Other Sports Jobs by Rachel Yankey and Sol Linero. It was published by Nosy Crow and can br purchased on Amazon*.
AD | Collaborative post In April 2014 John and I were able to buy our first house together. In fact, we’re still in that house now 7 years later and don’t plan on moving again for the next few years at least. When I look back to when we were planning on going from being in a small rented flat to dreaming of owning our own home it all seemed a bit impossible. We had no idea what we were doing and could have really done with someone explaining a few things to us. I
At the beginning of half term John and I got to go for a very rare day out on our own. Mum had agreed to have Erin all day and take her out for lunch while we went into Norwich late in the morning. Our day out wasn’t just for no reason though; John had his driving theory test booked for the afternoon.
When it comes to half terms and school holidays if we ask Erin where she wants to go the most her answer is almost always Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure. It’s been a firm favourite since the first time we visited back when Erin had just turned 3 and I don’t think that’s going to change any time soon. We visited again during May half term (2020) to see what some of thew newer attractions were like!
AD | Post contains gifted items Father’s Day is just around the corner and that means we’re nearly half way through the year. Hasn’t that gone fast!? I wanted to share a selection of lovely gift ideas for this Father’s Day in a range of budgets so there is something for everyone to consider.