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Enjoy More Water with Robinsons

I’ll admit that I’m not really a water drinker. In fact, I hate the taste of water. It’s been that way since I was a child, and I guess I wasn’t alone. A recent survey found that 42% of parents say their children find the taste of water boring. Despite not liking water myself, I understand the importance of staying hydrated, and I actively encourage my children to drink as much water as possible. Water is obviously a cheap and healthy way to quench your thirst, so it is important to make sure we’re drinking enough of it. Despite doing […]

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Snap It! Children’s Photography Linky #1

Welcome to my new photography linky, Snap It! The place where you can share all of the photos taken by your children. Most children love taking photos. Give a toddler a phone and I’m sure they’ll find the camera. Before you know it your photo stream will be filled with dodgy selfies and pictures of tiny feet. That’s usually how it starts, and if you encourage it, it can become so much more. My children both love taking photos. Their iPads are ready to burst with the amount of pictures they have saved. Looking through their gallery tells a real […]

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The Mummy Tag

I was tagged in The Mummy Tag by the lovely Beth from Twinderelmo¬†and thought I would give it a go! The mummy tag is a series of questions all about being a mummy, which I thought might be fun. Are you a stay-at-home or a working Mum? I work part time, and obviously do some blogging and writing part time too. Would you have it any other way? At the moment, no. It works for us. Because I’m only part time and do the rest of my work at home I still have plenty of time with the kids. Do […]

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Siblings June 2016

I started this blog as a way to document my children’s lives. To record memories from their childhood, so we could look back in many years and remember what life was like. Recently, I feel like my blog has lost a little bit of that, that I’ve forgotten my reasons for starting in the first place. Growing up as an only child, I have no experience of having siblings. Watching my two children grow up together is a joy. I love watching their relationship develop, watching the way they play together and listening in on their conversations. There is a […]

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