Month: September 2017

Review

The Supermum Myth – Book Review

The Supermum Myth is a book that every mother should read whether you suffer from anxiety, guilt, feelings of comparison or negative thoughts. It is written by Anya Hayes and Dr Rachel Andrew and published by Crimson Publishing – an independent publisher based in Bath. The book is available from Amazon, Kindle and there is also …

Monthly Favourites

September Favourites

We are nearing the end of September, I thought it was going to be a sunny and warm month but no, it has been rainy and grim. We have had a few weekends indoors due to the weather and these are the children’s September favourites. BOOKS As we are back into school routine we are …

Days Out

Bike Rides In Dawlish Warren

The weekend has whizzed by – again! We had a lovely time of pottering around and not really doing a great deal, I love weekends like that. The children have been really into riding their bikes so we headed over to Dawlish Warren for a ride along the beach followed by face paints and a …

Children

What My 3 Year Old Eats

I’ve been having a real issue with Charlie’s eating habits for around a month or so, he has become really fussy. Something which I didn’t think would happen as he has always been a really good eater, I think that Amelie’s fussiness rubs off on him and if she doesn’t like something the whole world …

Days Out

Halloween Activities In Devon

I realise it is only September but I love Halloween, even more so now I have children. However I’m always stuck for ideas on places to visit and activities to do with the children. My ideal Halloween would be picking our own pumpkins at a cute farm, apple bobbing, decorating the whole house inside and …

Mummy Life

Mum’s Autumn Wishlist

There’s a crisp feel to the air, the nights are getting darker, the leaves are on the turn… Autumn is on the way. If you know me, you know that Autumn is my favourite time of year, I love getting cosy and layering up. There’s nothing I like better than going through my wardrobe pulling …

Cooking

Homemade Roasted Mediterranean Vegetables

I love cooking and making things from scratch, this week I thought I would give roasted Mediterranean vegetables a bash. I didn’t follow any recipe I just kind of winged it – after all how hard can it be to mess up a few bits of veg in a bag. We quite often buy the …

Days Out

Weekend Adventures – Exeter Museum & Exmouth

We survived the first week back to school, I had forgotten how tired the children would be after a long day at school. We didn’t have any specific plans for the weekend as the week had been so busy. SATURDAY We decided to take the children to Exeter for an explore around the Royal Albert …

Review

Back To School Evening Routine

Normality and routine has been restored and we are back to our evening routine (sort of). It does take a couple of weeks to settle back in properly but I’m so pleased we have structure again. 3.15pm – School pick up. 4.00pm – 4.30pm – Dinner time, this may seem early to most but my …