• Super Mario Maker

    Super Mario Maker levels created by Dick and Dom

    I previously told you of the fun Curly has been having creating his own courses and playing them on Super Mario Maker. As well as playing his own games, the beauty of Super Mario Maker is that you can play other people’s creations too. Since it’s release, over 6 million courses have been created by […]

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  • Me&Mine

    Me & Mine – January 2016 (late)

    Huh? Where did January go? I swear it was there just a moment ago and now the calendar says February??? Last year I made a feeble attempt at joining in with the Me&Mine Photography project where you take a photograph or photographs of your family each other and give a little update on that month’s […]

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  • Star Wars

    Star Wars The Force Awakens 1000 Pc Puzzle No: 19 5541

    I think we are perhaps one of the only families NOT to have seen the new Star Wars film over the festive period and it’s not because we don’t want to. As usual it all comes down to lack of organisation on my part and yet another misplaced present!! I seriously need to find better […]

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  • #JustWrite

    Bring back a love of handwriting with Bic #JustWrite

    My Grandad always used to say that you would never see me without a pen or a pencil in my hand as a child and he was right. I have always loved writing; stories, letters, postcards, lists, crosswords and of course now blog posts! I think Little Bean may just follow in my footsteps as […]

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    Saturday Snippets (on a Sunday) – 02.01.16

    I can’t even remember the last time I published a Saturday Snippets post. As the end of 2015 drew nearer the months and days all seemed to blur into one. I am pleased to say that I have barely switched my computer on over the Christmas/New Year break, I have enjoyed spending time with the […]

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  • Port Isaac

    An afternoon stroll in Port Isaac, Cornwall (Doc Martin)

    The really lovely thing about taking so many photographs on your travels is the ability to look back at them weeks, months, even years later and re-live that holiday. Now that the Beans are getting older they are really starting to enjoy looking back through our photographs too and they instantly remember things which prompts […]

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  • Birds of Prey

    A family day at Cornish Birds of Prey Centre

    I’ve been so busy getting everything ready for Christmas (I’m determined to be done by 1st December this year) that I forgot to finish telling you all about our lovely family holiday to Cornwall. I was looking through our family photographs last night and it prompted me to tell you about our visit to the […]

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