I love a good roundup of posts. There are so many blogs out there that it can be impossible to read them all, so I thought I’d plop them all in one place for you to enjoy with the leftover turkey and chocolates. You’re welcome!
All Touched Out by Harriet from Toby and Roo, is an ode to randy partners wanting to have a little grope but after an exhausting day parenting and especially with a breastfeeding toddler, it’s the last thing on our minds! So funny but so true – one to tag your partners in for a gentle reminder. View Post
The final guest post of the week comes from Nikki at Yorkshire Wonders. She is sharing her six tips for visiting Walt Disney World in Florida. Take it away Nikki:
If you are considering a trip to Walt Disney World in Florida (woohoo – go for it!), here are my tips for getting the most out of your time. The list is not comprehensive by any means, and I am assuming you are visiting the parks for the full two weeks.
The final instalment of my guest bloggers Disney mini series is courtesy of Nicola aka Mrs Lighty of baby blog All Things Spliced. If you are expecting, this is an absolute must read!
How to Survive Disneyland when Pregnant
Most sensible people, when trying for a baby, wouldn’t buy an annual pass to Disneyland Paris during this time. Mrs Lighty isn’t most sensible people. To be fair, Mr and Mrs Lighty waited a loooong time to hear the news that we would be expecting a little prince or princess of our own, and we’d got to the point where we couldn’t keep putting our lives on hold in the hope that I’d be pregnant by the time certain events rolled around. But buying an annual pass to Disneyland Paris? Probably not one of my most sensible ideas. View Post
Carrying on with all things Disney, today I’m excited to have the lovely Angela from The Life of Spicers blogging today with her five favourite moments from Walt Disney World in Florida. Take it away Angela
My 5 Favourite Moments At Walt Disney World
I’ve been lucky enough to visit Walt Disney World twice now, once in 2014, again in 2016 and there is a third trip planned for 2017. Walt Disney World holds a huge place in my heart after two visits, and whilst it will be difficult to choose my 5 favourite moments at Walt Disney World, I do have some memories that stand out more than others. View Post
The summer holidays are now underway… And you’ve probably heard “I’m bored” at least five dozen times so far – so I’m here to help!
If you’re travelling on holiday this summer, whether it be jetting off to sunnier climes, jumping in the car to get away to the coast or just staying put I’m giving away an awesome bundle of travel games that will keep you and the kids busy in the holidays.
The three games up for grabs are Smart Ass, Who What Where and 5 Second Rule.
Who’s the Smart Ass among your friends and family? You can find out with this outrageous, fast-paced party game. It’s all good fun with the fast – paced family board game.
5 Second rule makes you name 3 things…….as you race against the timer! Now in a mini version that you can play anywhere.
Sketch the funny scenes created by combining your Who, What, Where cards. You might get to draw ‘A Monkey Playing Soccer on a Boat’ or ‘A Cow Jumping Rope on a Train’… plus thousands of other fun-to-draw combinations. Great fun as others try to guess what you have drawn.
Fancy winning all three? Then all you need to do is complete the RaffleCopter below. Open to UK entrants aged 18+ Closes at midnight on 22/8/16. Good luck!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
I can’t quite believe I am getting to write this post. Ever since I was a little girl sobbing on the sofa at Dumbo, I have just loved all things Disney. My most prized possession was my Cinderella video and would beg my Mom to let me watch it at any given opportunity as I was besotted with the beauty of it all.
I remember when my friend went to Disney and I was so incredibly jealous. It sounded like the most magical place on earth.
I started looking at prices a few months back just out of curiosity. The girls having turned three have started to become “easier” if that makes sense? They’re more independent so the thought of travelling with them is less scary. Saying that I think they are still too young for Florida so that’s why we looked at DLP.
I thought I’d do a bit of a different post today as the lovely Steph at Mental Parentals tagged me, so here goes:
Are you a stay-at-home or a working Mum?
I was a working parent with Charlie but took voluntary redundancy when on maternity with the girls as travel and childcare was not viable.
Would you have it any other way?
There are days where I wish I had a job for myself but I love that my kids know it will always be me picking them up and dropping them off is nice. I also get to attend every school event and not had to miss anything which is very special. View Post