May! What a month! After my Mum's wedding in April we planned a quiet month leading up to our holiday in June but it was not to be! With double bank holiday fun we were busy every weekend! Highlights on my phone include our fab day at Drusillas Zoo Park, catching up with my old work collagues and their delicious kids, enjoying the garden, the Royal Wedding, discovering Dark KitKats and a weekend without the kids which allowed Husband and I to live at the cinema for 48hrs - yes, we saw 4 movies and it was epic! Off on out hollibobs in June - Hurrah!
There is nothing more special than a newborn baby. What better way to preserve the memory of their tiny hands and feet than with a precious souvenir. I am giving away a Baby Art Magic box so you can create just that and cherish it forever.
Last week I was challenged to feed my family of 4 for £50 for the week. I accepted the challenge but instead of going to a low cost supermarket like Lidl or Aldi I attempted to try the challenge using my usual Tesco home delivery service. For me food shopping is a chore I hate so having it delivered to my door (in fact right into my kitchen) is brilliant, plus i am able to keep track of how much I am spending rather than chucking it all in the basket and hoping for the best at the till.
So how did I do...
The kids are away over the Bank Holiday so Husband and I are making the most of it with multiple trips to the cinema and a cheeky cocktail!
Drusillas Park is one of the South East's best family attractions. It is more than just a zoo with rides, playgrounds, water fun and mazes. We took the kids along on May Bank Holiday using our Tesco Clubcard vouchers and were intrigued to see how Drusillas would fare on a super hot Bank Holiday Monday.
This week’s meal plan is a little different because I’ve been challenged to try and feed my family for 4 for a week for £50. Sound impossible? Well it certain is a challenge for me but I'm going to give it a go this week and here's a run down of how I plan to do it...
Twelve years ago Finn’s girlfriend disappeared.
He told the police the truth about that night. Well, most of the truth.
Finn has moved on and is about to marry but when an eerie reminders of his past start to appear he realises his secrets aren't buried as deep as he thought.
We all know an elephant never forgets, so what could be more perfect than the symbol of the elephant to represent how we will always remember the love we feel for our family the special people in our lives. To celebrate the birth of the Royal Baby, Prince Louis, I have teamed up with Kestia to giveaway one of their adorable 'My Baby' Elephant charms to one lucky winner!
Artist, Baker and Blogger. Mum to my two beautiful, cheeky girls. Muddling my way through parenthood with equally cheeky Husband.