Hey, so it's been a while, sorry about that! Don't worry though I would never just leave you hanging like that, dying to know what books made it onto Part 2 of Books from my childhood (you weren't, I know!) You can read part 1 here if you haven't read it yet and if you … Continue reading Books From my Childhood Part 2!
Lately I have been really aware of how little time we actually spend together as a family and wondered if this is something you guys can relate to? Like a lot of families both Mike and I work full time. I work Monday to Friday whilst Mike works 4 week days and a Saturday. This … Continue reading Do We Get Enough Family Time?
I have been a huge bookworm and an avid reader ever since I can remember. I would read anything and everything. I would read my books then my sisters books, I would read the cereal box at breakfast, I would read the TV magazine from cover to cover and used to sneak the odd read … Continue reading My Childhood in Books Pt1
Goodreads Description: A socially challenged young woman is finally forced to find her place in the world in this breathtaking and moving debut Elvira Carr believes in crisp schedules, clear guidelines, and taking people at face value. She lives at home with her overbearing mother, who has deemed her unfit to interact with the rest … Continue reading Book Review – The Seven Imperfect Rules of Elvira Carr – Frances Maynard*
Fact: Not every activity you try to do with your kids will be enjoyable, for you or them. I've lost count of the number of times over the years I have tried to do something with Mollie and she is either too young to enjoy it or just not quite ready for it, like the … Continue reading 5 Tips to Make Cooking With Kids Enjoyable!
Goodreads description; THE THIRD TWIST-FILLED THRILLER FROM THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF MY HUSBAND'S WIFE AND BLOOD SISTERS 'I wish he'd just DIE.' Vicki's husband David once promised to love her in sickness and in health. But after a brutal attack left her suffering with epilepsy, he ran away with his mistress. So when … Continue reading Book Review – The Dead Ex – Jane Corry*
So here we are, the end of another month, this year is whizzing past us and to be honest I don't really feel like I made the most of it in June. I feel like we haven't been out anywhere in ages, I've hardly seen my friends, hardly been anywhere, just not really living my … Continue reading Blogging round up – June
Hi guys! So this month I have something a bit different for you. I was actually sent a family cookbook to test out so this review will feature some contributions from my 8-year-old daughter Mollie! We actually didn't receive the book until towards the end of the month but since I hadn't really gotten on … Continue reading Cookbook of the Month – June*