Introducing MX Trixx {the best trick scooter for a 6 year old} AD

‘This post contains gifted items’ Four years ago I wrote about the boys and their new Mini Micro Scooters. They were just two at the time and scooting seemed like such a grown up thing for them to be doing.  Roll on to the present day and my (not so) tiny boys have just upgraded …

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Getting Ready for School {Featuring Start-Rite}

‘This post contains gifted items’ Unbelievable to think that the boys will be starting school again next week. Our hotly anticipated lazy, six week holiday has been gobbled up in a merry-go-round of festivals, camping trips, days out and sports camp. It feels as though it’s ending just as soon as it begun. I don’t …

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207 weeks | Living with superheroes

Boys. Who would ever have predicted that I’d be totally outnumbered by them? I grew up in a family of girls. There haven’t been boys on my mum or dad’s side of the family in years. Until my cousin — who is three years younger than me — had her first child. And now, spanning four female cousins — …

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Rise of the Threenagers | {Siblings October}

Since the boys were born, I’ve been fully aware that my monthly updates are a little bit schmaltzy. Full of sentiment, more often than not, and singing the praises of my two little charges. And whilst I can’t help myself on this front — they’re my children after all; humans that I yearned for and dreamt of for years …

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Bobux Shoes Review {Siblings August}

Disclosure: The twins were given two pairs of shoes each so that we could create our Bobux shoes review. This is an unpaid post. but all thoughts, words and images — as ever — are entirely my own. Siblings August? But it’s September, I hear you cry. Yep. Late again. There’s a pattern emerging here. …

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Me And Mine May 2016

Well, we’ve just entered the second week of June and I am only just getting round to posting Me And Mine May 2016. This is getting to be a habit. Busy Busy Busy To say life is ‘busy‘ at the moment would be a huge understatement. Literally every waking minute — if we’re not working our day jobs — we’re working …

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