• GIFTS FOR CHILDREN TO HELP SAVE THE CHILDREN

    Christmas is a time of giving and next Friday (14th December) is Christmas Jumper Day with Save the Children. What better way to give than by purchasing a double whammy of a gift, not only does the person receiving it gets a gorgeous gift but each sale will donate money to Save the Children. This […]

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  • #ChristmasJumperDay

    Save the Children’s #ChristmasJumperDay is TOMORROW!!!

    There once was a time that you wouldn’t be seen in public wearing anything as atrocious as a Christmas Jumper but these days they are everywhere and people are always trying to out-do their friends, family and colleagues to find the wackiest festive woolly jumpers they can find. Tomorrow, Friday 16th December is the PERFECT […]

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  • Fussy Eater

    If only she knew . . . {Tales of a Fussy Eater}

    I’ve had a really nice day with Lillie and Ollie today. We haven’t done anything particularly outstanding or impressive, just hung out at home; played a little playdoh, built Liillie’s Wendy House for some role play fun and visited friends. Mealtime woes Lillie has been a really good girl, very sweet and loving but as […]

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  • Make a Difference Today!

    Did you see my post yesterday? I took a trip down to London to Save The Children HQ and spent the day with some wonderfully inspiring people and we all came away with the same thought. We NEED to do more, we WANT to do more and you know what, we CAN do more! Michelle […]

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  • A day of inspiration and emotion!

    Today I headed to down to London on my own, which is the first time ever! Aren’t I a big girl, it was quite a liberating feeling until I missed my train. I wasn’t even late, I was sat on the platform reading my book and missed the announcement that it had been moved to […]

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  • Save the Children – No Child Born to Die

    THIS IS NOT A SPONSORED POST – I HAVE NOT BEEN ASKED TO WRITE IT! Every year Save the Children do all they can to protect children in countries less fortunate than ours and they have come a long way but still the battle continues. There is a huge shortfall of health workers in some […]

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