Following on from parts one and two: A couple of weeks ago we were invited to stay in Hampshire by the lovely folk at Hampshire’s Top Attractions. Our last day in Hampshire was HOT! We were all quite tired by this point, after a few late nights and long, exciting days full of adventures.
Following on from yesterday’s post… A couple of weeks ago we were invited to stay in Hampshire by the lovely folk at Hampshire’s Top Attractions. Our second full day in Hampshire was truly beautiful. We had a better sleep the second night, and breakfast the next morning was just as delicious!
After visiting Waitrose to pick up picnic goodies, we headed to our destination – Exbury Gardens. I had been looking forward to this adventure ever since the ticket arrived in the post as the photos in the booklet were stunning. We were not disappointed. [Read more…]
A couple of weeks ago we were invited to stay in Hampshire by the lovely folk at Hampshire’s Top Attractions. I’ve visited Hampshire quite a few times, but it was a first for Nick and the kids, and I couldn’t wait to show them the New Forest and everything this beautiful county has to offer!
Our journey from Yorkshire didn’t actually take as long as I thought it might – and we stopped off at National Trust Charlecote Park (Warwickshire) en route for a sandwich, an ice cream and a run around before getting back in the car to our final destination.
Hampshire’s Top Attractions had put us up in the Hilton Ageas Bowl for three nights and it was GORGEOUS! We were in a Queen Deluxe Room, which had it’s own balcony over the cricket pitch. [Read more…]
We had such a fab half term – and something I really appreciated was spending time with Busby whilst H-Bear had his afternoon naps. I don’t get much one-on-one time with her these days.
The lovely folk at Trunkaroo sent Busby one of their fantastic activity boxes to try, and we had such a great time crafting and planting together that I’ve decided to share it with you all on the blog today.
Trunkaroo was started by Sahar Meghani who wanted to create something a little bit different to help children learn. The boxes are aimed at ages 3-8 and are themed. They are full of hands-on projects to help children create, discover, imagine and experiment. [Read more…]
“Logic will get you from A to Z; imagination will get you everywhere.” ― Albert Einstein.
At four, Busby is the perfect age for imagination play – and what an imagination she has! From sailing the seven seas in search of treasure, to blasting into space with Flopsy bunny, this girl can (and will be) anything!
The lovely folk at Barbie sent her a box full of dolls and accessories to help some of her stories along and, as part of their #DadsWhoPlayBarbie campaign, they wanted Nick to join her on an adventure or three! [Read more…]