We’ve not had the best start to the Easter Holiday’s, both kids have been sick, one with Scarlet Fever and the other with a viral infection and it’s been exhausting to say the least! They’ve been indoors a lot and it’s left Olivia (especially) with a bad dose of cabin fever and you can imagine […]Read More Easter Crafts for kids – Bunny Head
Between the torturous months with Oscar teething and the pure excitement when Olivia’s teeth began to fall out, it’s seems teeth have been very much the focal point in our lives lately. Now more than ever I’ve been reminded that there’s much more to teeth than just cleaning them. Speaking of cleaning, did you know that February is […]Read More February is Children’s Oral Health Month
Hello there, Happy New Year. Can you believe it’s 2019 already? 19 years since this millennium began. Crazy. Now I’m not trying to be a negative Nancy here but I can’t believe Christmas is actually over already. It seems the older I get, the quicker the Christmas season goes by. I often heard people saying that over the years and […]Read More Hello 2019.
Hello there, It’s been a while, I know. Life is very busy and I’m finding my hobbies are being put on the sideline and up until now I haven’t made my blogging a priority which I feel sad about, but I’m not giving up just yet, I still have things I want to share with you so I […]Read More Our Stay on Hushabye Farm.
When the team from My Book Heroes got in touch and asked us to review one of their personalized books I was very eager to look them up and see what they were all about as I had never heard of them before. But once I did, I jumped at the chance. Their mission statement is -“Empowering children […]Read More Discover The Courage In You – My Book Heroes Review
Gosh this is so much fun ticking off the list in our little passport to fun. Kilmokea Gardens (as it’s known around here) is only a fifteen minute drive from our house, yet I had no desire to go there as I had no idea they had so much for children to enjoy. Olivia admires flowers and butterflies but she would be bored […]Read More Wexford’s Passport to Fun – Kilmokea Manor House and Gardens
The second location we chose to visit thanks to the guidance of a certain book we have, was to Enniscorthy Castle. I would have frequented Enniscorthy town quite a bit when I was a young girl (my mam is from that neck of the woods) but I never really noticed the castle before even though it’s […]Read More Wexford’s Passport To Fun – Enniscorthy Castle
Hands up who has been racking their brain every week trying to think of things to do and places to see to keep the kids entertained? Yep, me too! My plan since the Summer holiday’s began was to do at least one fun and interesting trip with my two babes on my day off, especially for […]Read More Wexford’s Passport to Fun – First Stop – The Irish National Heritage Park
I reckon I’m like most people once they have kids. I take out the family photos and compare myself and my husband to our own babies, trying to find similarities in our looks, “ooh he definitely has my nose and she definitely has your eyes” I do it ALL THE TIME – I’ve never had our photo albums out as much […]Read More Bringing it back to the eighties…
Oh how times have changed. I swapped a night on the tiles, for a day on the saddle of a bike for my 35th birthday at the weekend. My one birthday wish was to cycle on the incredible Waterford Greenway and boy was it worth it. Luckily for us the Waterford Greenway is close to home and […]Read More Our bike ride on the Waterford Greenway.