Slow days are good for the soul.
Things you wouldn't expect to find in Iceland!
I don't fall for the 'I don't like Valentine's Day because it's too commercialised' kind of statements-I fittingly love, LOVE, LOVE it! Why? Because it's a day to celebrate love whether that's romantic or otherwise and no one can have too much love (or red roses) can they?!
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It's that time again folks for #brilliantblogposts linky, and the post I'm linking up, is a SPECIAL one-I've joined forces with brilliant blogger Emily of A Mummy Too on a DREAM collab with Iceland on their #Poweroffrozen campaign over the next few months.
As I mentioned in December 2015 (that seems so long ago now)! 2016 is the year of the collaboration for me, and that it is!
We've all been there right folks- having to drag kids around the supermarket just before dinner because you suddenly realise the fridge is empty! Not fun usually, not fun at all!
Gone are the days where boys' clothes are anything less than stunning, be it designer, high street or supermarket, you can now find beautiful, chic, well made, comfortable and durable clothes for your sons everywhere!
I hope I'm not alone in admitting I can't stop buying my kids toys. I've become THAT parent. Before kids, I was all for, 'don't spoil the children yet to be born' but well, life is hard and when supermarket shopping needs to be done or peace restored from bat s**** crazy shouty kids, sometimes toys and yes manipulation, is the only answer.
Last week saw 'part' of this family spend 7 days in Marbella, staying at the palatial Casa Haniel, a James Villa Holidays' villa in San Pedro, above, for a fabulous, relaxing, fun and invigorating week away.
So after writing passionately about Bump Feelers and Baby Holders, I now bring you the Baby Shoe Chewers.
Life can become pretty stressful for parents so it's super important to try and carve out some 'you time' when you can (no, toilet time doesn't count). For me, even a few minutes a day solo, makes me a ...