We're parents to two amazing boys, Charlie who is 13 and Louie who is 4, they're both such characters, make us laugh daily, and love sports.  We always hoped that we would have children closer in age but it wasn't to be, despite the 9 year age gap they are so close and each others best mates (most of the time.)  Don't get me wrong, it's also very challenging, as parenting often is.  In our blog we'll share the highs, the lows and the funny times we have.

10 tips to save money on days out this summer

Making memories doesn't have to cost the earth.  If you plan your days out in advance you can save a small fortune,  We have put together some tips for you to save time and use when planning family days out especially during the summer holidays.  

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Kids eat free or for £1 offers during the summer holidays 2023

Summer holidays are here which for most of us means finding plenty to do to keep the kids entertained.  Eating out is a great way to spend time as a family but with rising costs this can sometimes be challenge.  We've tried to make it easier by putting together this guide with the best kids eat free or discounted meals to help give you some inspiration this summer. Make sure that you check T's & C's before your visit.

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Juggling Working From Home With a baby/toddler

I'm often asked about working from home with a toddler and the truth is it is bloody hard work.  I sit and think about it every time someone asks me about juggling both, whether it's just for an insight or looking for tips themselves.  Yes its hard and there are some downsides but there's also a lot of positives.

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Ditching the dummy

Dummies are always a topic of conversation among parents and healthcare providers, some prefer to use them and others are completely against them (often telling you straight).  Louie has had a dummy since birth, as if I'm honest, I'm all for a couple of extra minutes of calm if the dummy helps to them to settle. 

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