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A Bank Holiday at Trentham Gardens

Having my family live 100 miles away is always difficult, I miss seeing them often, I miss being able to just “call round” when I feel like it. When we see each other its pre arranged, usually a couple of weeks in advance. Majority of the time my parents travel to my house of which  ...

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Our Half Term Week – June 2016

The kids are now back at school and nursery, for 3 hours a day I have peace and quite… I miss them both, we had a fantastic half term break. We got up to lots, and also enjoyed some quiet times. Heres a round up of what we got up to; Saturday 28th May (Day 1) We met up with friends at  ...

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Looking Forward To 2016

Happy New Year to you all!! I hope you all safe and fun celebrations to welcome in the New Year, for myself I had an early night and was tucked up in bed at 10.30pm. I’m not a party person really, it was a quite night in for me, hubby had gone to visit his Dad for the night and came back  ...

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Looking Back at 2015

I think its safe to say 2015 certainly wasn’t the finest of years for us, its been pretty much been filled with ill health, tears, grief and turmoil. On the outside we have kept ourselves together, ClearlyDaddy and I have focused on the kids and the family business even though we have  ...

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We Wish You A Merry Christmas…

I know I know, Bex is ending 2015 on a bad note with her blog. I haven’t wrapped up properly at all, nothing feels Christmassy over at ClearlyBex. There haven’t been any giveaways, not festive cheer blog posts, not even a picture of a Christmas Tree to be found on my social media!  ...

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Christmas Traditions

With our family being so young I have a slightly confession to make, we have never made any “Christmas Traditions” as such. We always do the usual Letters to Santa, advent calendars leading up to Christmas, plate of nibbles for Santa and his reindeers on Christmas Eve, open gifts  ...

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Enjoying The Big Hoot Trail

Towards the end of July Birmingham became awash with owls, big and small, all hand decorated by very talented individuals. There are over 200 owls in total to see, 89 large owls and 120 “Owlets” of which you can view throughout the city, from City Centre to Sutton Coldfield, Winson  ...

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