The holidays are fast approaching, and if you’ve been struggling to find that perfect gift for your travel companion, or looking to gift that families that can be seen to be here, there and everywhere.My son is now two years old and we fly at least two long hauls a year; so our packing list has evolved over the past few trips.I’ve created this list … Continue reading HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE FOR TRAVELING FAMILIES
I’ve been using planning tools such as Pinterest, which has a big supply of costume ideas along with helpful tips and tricks if you do make your family their costumes by hand. And if you have not before, you can most defiantly do so this year! I encourage everyone to recycle, shop at charity and second-hand shops for their fancy dress or Halloween costumes. Continue reading Best DIY Halloween Costume Ideas For The Family
Ever wonder what makes us Norfolk mama’s so unique? I talked to a few of my favourites to get a behind-the-scenes look at what they love sharing most to their IG platforms! Do you remember when you first joined Instagram? I joined just over two years ago after falling pregnant with my son, and I wanted to make connections with other local mamas. Instagram was … Continue reading Norfolk’s Most Inspirational IG Mamas To Follow Now!
Last week I hosted a beautiful baby shower and baby blessing for my friend Jos, who is expecting a baby girl this summer (Elowen). When planning this party I wanted to incorporate many elements that my friend Jos that I knew she would love. She’s a bit of a hippie gal and I knew how much the sentimental things meant to her. I wanted to … Continue reading A Beautiful Baby Shower and Blessing for Elowen
There is nothing like being able to live in the safety of your neighbourhood, running in between my friend’s houses in the neighbourhood. Jumping on trampolines, playing street games and of course making your own CD mixtape for any joyous moment in my life. You may be interested in what products, games, food and pop culture influenced my childhood growing up in a small town … Continue reading Growing up in America during the early 2000s
So, you like me and love a good bargain or generally drawn to items with a back story. Personally, I have always been drawn to mid-century mod and Scandinavian interiors, products, graphic design, architecture and of course always dreamt of owning a Frank Lloyd Wright home. While I don’t expect that to happen at any point soon, I’ve always enjoyed hunting for items for my … Continue reading Top 5 Antique/ Vintage Hunting Tips
The last time we travelled with our son was when he was about 8 months old. We normally travel about once a year and thought we were quite experienced at the point we brought our child with us. But, travelling with children is a whole different ballpark. Reality Check 1: You will not be able to enjoy a movie or your meal. Yes, don’t expect … Continue reading Reality Check- International Travel with a Two Year Old