#MummyMattersSummer2015 – Camping Holiday #1
After introducing the Beans to camping last year and them loving it, we booked to return to Kings Lynn Caravan and Campsite again this Summer with my Mum for a week. On the Sunday morning as we packed the cars up with our camping gear the sun was shining brightly and the temperature was rising. […]
#MummyMattersSummer2015 – Ayscoughee Hall and Springfields
We had hoped that we would be able to spend a lot more time with our Skegness contingent of Besties but our diaries just haven’t worked in coordination this Summer and as a result this was our only day out. During the first week of #MummyMattersSummer2015 we met up with MumtoC and the two C’s […]
Our #MummyMattersSummer2015 – Ferry Meadows with our besties
As our Summer Holidays are very quickly drawing to a close, I’m looking through the hundreds upon hundreds of photographs that I have taken this Summer (and yes I have a big cheesy grin on my face). In previous years I have tried (and failed) to keep on top of my blog and entertain the […]
Jeff Brazier’s Top Tips for Surviving the Summer holidays with kids
“Summer is finally here – for me it’s the best time of the year and a chance to spend some quality time with the kids. When the weather is good in the UK there’s nothing better than lazy picnics in the park, beach BBQs and fun days out. But as schools up and down the […]
Keeping kids safe online this summer!
With the Summer holidays in full swing there are bound to be times that your children will be online chatting with friends, playing games against strangers and hanging out in chat rooms but how do you know that they are safe? Sadly, for all those who go online with the genuine plan of making friends […]
Ferry Meadows with Friends . . .
Monday was a day of outdoor fun again with our besties. This time we hit Ferry Meadows in Peterborough equipped with our scooters and a sense of adventure. The visitor centre at Ferry Meadows gives out free bags of bird food so that the children can feed the ducks, swans and geese. The older children […]