When it comes to our little ones, we want to ensure they feel comfortable at all times, whether that’s while in the home, in the car or out and about. We can do this in a number of ways, such as the way we dress them. But the most important is making sure their bedroom is a fun and wonderful place for them to be. While there’s always a lot of talk in the media about kids getting too much… View Post

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“You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth”-Kahlil Gibran This weeks photos that I am sharing are of Arthur he is 14 months old now and I cant believe all that time since he was born has passed already. It feels like yesterday I was writing his labour story and introducing him here on my blog. Where does the time go? It seems to have slipped through my fingers this time. He is still… View Post

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CI’ve written before about how much I love Marie Kondo’s approach to tidying and if you haven’t heard of her, her Netflix series has single-handedly made tidying cool!  With many people taking inspiration from the organising consultant and posting on social media about ‘Marie Kondo-ing’ their homes, I thought I’d share some of the decluttering tips that I’ve picked up along the years, particularly for kids’ bedrooms… Pick Your Furniture Wisely When furnishing our rooms, we were looking for stylish… View Post

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I really want to join in with the Me and Mine posts this year as it one of my favourite kind of blog posts to write and a wonderful way to remember our month as a family.  It’s been a lovely month for a January. The beginning was a little bit tough getting back into work mode and leaving the holidays behind and also the after math of Christmas and having to rein in spending. At the beginning of the… View Post

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When it comes to interior design, people have been led to believe that light colours are the best choice for decorating a home; we’re told they’re brighter, airier and therefore makes a room look bigger. However, we want to rewrite the rules and plead the case for embracing a darker palette in your home. Here are the some of the reasons why darker colours can really work in a family home: It Opens Up a Room People generally think that… View Post

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