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Looking After Your Children’s Teeth

Post in collaboration with The Centre for Advanced Dentistry Yorkshire Getting your kids to brush their teeth can be a real chore, but looking after your children’s teeth is very important. I remember as a child I hated brushing my teeth, and would skip it as often as I could get away with. Unfortunately, I’m paying for that now as an adult. In my teenage years I smoked, drank too much cola and didn’t brush my teeth enough. It’s only as I got older that I’ve realised the damage I’d been doing to my teeth by not having a good oral […]

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An Impromptu Break

It’s been two weeks since I last published a blog post. In fact, it’s been two weeks since I have even opened my lap top. I didn’t mean to take a break. I didn’t mean to allow two weeks to elapse, but that’s just the way it is. A lot of things have brought us to this point. The main reason for the impromptu break has been a lack of time and energy. The summer holidays are great but they do leave you with very little at the end of each day. Trying to fit blogging in around entertaining two […]

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Children’s bedroom Storage – Room to Grow

My children have too much stuff. There, I said it, it can’t be taken back. They have enough toys, enough clothes, enough books, yet I still continue to add to their collections. Adding to their collection of stuff is easy, the problem comes when you have a to find a home for it all. I think it’s a common thing with children. Too much stuff, not enough space. Hands up who has watched their child opening birthday presents secretly wondering ‘Where the hell is all of this going to go?’ When it comes to children’s bedrooms, the key is utilising […]

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My Sunday Photo 07/08/16 – Red Arrows

Today was the day of the Festival of Flight in Newcastle County Down, a town not too far from us. It’s a big airshow which takes place every year. For those travelling in to the town, there is all sorts going on. Activities, stalls, displays and general fun things. Unfortunately for us, things like that are way to busy. My husband and son who are both on the autism spectrum just couldn’t handle the crowds. So Instead of heading down to the festival, we decided to take a picnic to Dundrum Castle, which is about 5 miles away. Dundrum castle sits atop […]

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A Summer BBQ with Tesco Northern Ireland

You just can’t beat a BBQ in the summer time. You know when it’s a warm day and you step outside, and the smell of smoke hangs in the air? That is the smell of summer for me. You can’t help but crave a bbq when you smell that! I had one of those moment a couple of week ago, and I’ve been craving a bbq ever since. When Tesco Northern Ireland got in touch to see if we’d like to have our own family barbecue, we were delighted! Here is what Tesco NI had to say: Tesco Northern Ireland […]

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