#100dayshappy days 5 – 8

I realise that I have missed posting for the last few days, but the MIL was visiting and I didn’t get a chance to get online and do my posts. So here is a wee round up. Day 5 The MIL arrived tonight, and we had kept it a surprise from the kids, so seeing […]

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#100dayshappy day 3

Today was one of those days where it is sometimes hard to see the happy things through the other shot going on. On one hand I have had tantrums galore for Max (my 2 year old) and then attitude from Jack when he got home from school. What could I possibly find that is happy […]

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#100dayshappy day 2

Day 2 Nothing beats homemade food and this a new one to my repertoire. Steak Pie! It is so blooming easy to make I can’t believe it took me so long to try make it. Granted I didn’t make my own puff pastry, let’s not get too ahead ourselves! The kids loved it and it […]

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#100happydays day 1

I am trying the 100 days happy challenge to make me see the good and happy things in my life through the greyness. I admit I find it hard to be happy all the time, and my kids though they drive me insane they make me happy as well, I am also going to be […]

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Social Media Use Amongst Kids – is it healthy?

Over the past few years, the world has been swept away with social media. As we become knowledge rich but time poor I think it’s evident that the vast majority of us are guilty of allowing it to play a key part in our day-to-day lives. This story is also becoming true for our children […]

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Easy Potato Wedges

[Recipe] Home-made Easy Potato Wedges

Home-Made Easy Potato Wedges    I had some left over potatoes and rather than let them go to waste I decided to try my hand at making home-made potato wedges in the oven. I am no great cook in the kitchen, turns out even I can make them! We decided to us paprika after a […]

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Declutter Update

Opps I realise that I haven’t posted an update yet on how I am getting one. Last week was dedicted to the Kitchen area, and I am still working my way through it! It seems that no matter how clean I get it, it is messed up again for dinner etc. The main thing that […]

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How to Support your Child’s Language Development

How to Support your Child’s Language Development Parents – and nannies – play a huge role in language development. Simply talking to your child every day will improve their vocabulary and help nurture their development. Toddlers usually have a good understanding of words and sentences even if they can’t repeat them themselves – so narrating […]

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