I am always on the lookout for affordable children’s clothing for the girls so when I heard about Esprit I thought it would be fun to do a wish list of some items for Bee. I have only recently been introduced to Esprit and some of their clothes for girls are so adorable, and the
2 years ago I was getting ready to go to Dubai with the family during October half term week, and have been wistfully day dreaming about going again! So what better time to reflect on the holiday and remember the things that stood out for us. Plan for queues at the airport This may seem
Can you remember the last time you got your feet measured? I couldn’t! Even though I am so careful with the girls shoes, making sure they are measured every time we get a new pair and taking the time to make sure the shoes fit them comfortably, when it comes to myself I pretty much
Have a Hello Kitty fan in your house? Then Hello Kitty have got you covered when it is time for back to school! And if you don’t know about Hello Kitty then Hello Kitty is a fictional character produced by the Japanese company Sanrio and is pretty popular. Both my girls have started new journeys
As a homeschool mum, my lifestyle is probably quite different to most people’s. I spend all my time with my children, I do not have to do the school run and I have a house full of educational books and resources. You may be wondering how I do it. What is it like to have
Some 8 years ago, soon after getting married, my husband and I decided to leave England and head for places unknown, seeking to experience different approaches to life. Our first destination was Damascus, Syria. We adjusted to new ways of living, tasted unfamiliar foods, and embraced Syrian culture, all while still learning about each other.
Last month we were invited to attend the London Halal Food Festival which is held annually at Tobacco Dock in London. The word food meant we just couldn’t not go! I wrote about the festival before we attended, and once there, it did not disappoint. Once we parked the car we just had a short
It can be a daunting task eating out with younger children, but its also an amazing opportunity for the kids to get out and experience new foods and practice those table manners. Mine are 5,3 and two months old and I have had my fair share of restaurant disasters. Here are some of my tips on surviving, no scrap that; ENJOYING your family