This past weekend we travelled down about three hours to London to explore some places inspired by Instagram as well as rated attractions in central London for children. We had about 24 hours in London to explore and get the most out of our trip. To make sure we had a stress free start we decided to travel via National Express on a coach, which … Continue reading Top Tot To Do in London
I am absolutely still buzzing from all the #GirlPower that happened this weekend. A childhood dream that was more than just realised, but overachieved. Never in a million years did I think I would be able to see the iconic Spice Girls in concert. The thought never even crossed my mind, but thanks to my partners National Express (The Official Transport of Wembley Stadium) my … Continue reading G.N.O Spice Girls Reunion Tour 2019 Wembley Stadium- London, UK- Ft. National Express
We try as parents to always encourage our children to be adventurous, independent and imaginative while offering the safety of our presence and playfulness to help build their confidence. So when we found out that we have been invited to come to spend the day exploring at BeWILDerwood, Norfolk we couldn’t wait to play in the sunshine and the treetops in a safe environment for … Continue reading The Best of BeWILDerwood, Norfolk
As an American expat who has been living in the UK for about five years now, I have found myself struggling with culture shock, trying to make friends and motherhood. This is the reality of uprooting your life and moving abroad. If you move abroad it is a HUGE undertaking. It can be stressful and expensive but I found it was one of the most … Continue reading How to Up-Root Your Whole Life And Move To A Different Country…Without Going Crazy.
While East Anglia has plenty of attractions to visit, those looking to get out of the city for the day will not be disappointed by the fun and educational options for things to do in the with your family. As the summer is fast approaching and the warm weather is to follow, I decided to I wanted to share with you our favourite days out … Continue reading Our Favourite East Anglia Days Out
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
This year we thought we had to skip out on the romance to celebrate our Wedding Anniversary as my sons birthday falls nearby in the same week. We haven’t had much ‘romantic’ time in the past year..or ever had a date since the birth of my son. As the flame burns quietly in the background of our busy lives as parents we were desperate for … Continue reading Our Time At Happy Valley
Is it true what they say? Does it really take a village to raise a child? I am nearly 12 months into taking motherhood by the basketballs and just trying to do my best at raising our son. Today was one of those days where I just felt so alone in this. Blogging/Instagram has been my sanity to keeping an identity for myself since moving … Continue reading Expat Seclusion, Motherhood and The Real Nitty Gritty of Raising A Child Without a Village.
This was going to be our first official weekend break to Birmingham to attend my husband’s co-workers wedding. This was the first official ‘test’ run for the big travel event that would be eventually travelling on a plane for 8 hours to America, we tested it with a four-hour train journey with two transfers. Learning from the past weekend adventures we now feel confident about … Continue reading Traveling with a Baby- And How We Made It Easy