A blissful stay at Bruern Cottages.
Making brushing fun.
How tech is keeping us fit and connected.
A wonderful Christmas Eve lunch.
One of our most favourite places in the world in the Rainbow Factory in Leeds, a haven for kids (and parents), it seamlessly merges EPIC fun with education, opening up new and well-loved literary worlds (and more) to kids aged 2-8.
So this week is an important one as I'm linking up two posts which mean a lot to me. First up I am touched that Emily Beckoff of International Elf Service asked me if she could share a post on her brush with breast cancer to help encourage others to check their breasts. Please don't miss her piece HERE. The other post is an exciting announcement that I am a Sport Relief ambassador. I was truly honoured when they asked me and together with my family, we will be walking for 3 miles at the Sheffield Games.
This summer has been glorious- a slower way of life for us all, al fresco dining when the weather allowed, a week in Spain, good times in the garden growing our own produce (hello runner beans and strawberries galore), inventing games, painting (in the garage with newspaper on the floor of course-I've not gone totally insane)...just being happy, b
One of the more unexpected elements of my blogging career has been the modelling opportunities that have come along with it.
It's nearly Christmas so I wanted to share a fab competition where you can win £30 Voucher to spend on The Little Toy Boutique.
The National Media Museum, situated in the heart of Bradford, UNESCO City of Film, frequented often as child, truly contributed to me becoming a filmmaker.