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Five of the Best Days Out in Derbyshire with Kids

Five of the Best Days Out in Derbyshire with Kids

As a Derbyshire girl, I love nothing more than heading out into the countryside. I’m so lucky to live in such a beautiful place and over the years I’ve come across some amazing places to visit. I know that life with children can be a little hectic and that getting out into the fresh air can often be a massive help, to blow the cobwebs away. So I’ve put together some of the best days out in Derbyshire with kids. Where possible I’ve added the best eateries too, a day out isn’t made without a good bit of grub to go with it!

Eyam –

The Plague Village and one of my favourite days out! Eyam is packed with history, education, fun and food. There’s a museum and visitor centre, as well as plaques dotted throughout the village to give you a good insight into Eyam’s colourful history. Some of the stories will stick with you for a long time after you’ve read them. There’s a great park for the kids, a football pitch and miles of walks to tire everyone out.

Our go to eaterie is Eyam Tea Rooms. It’s a lovely little tea room offering hot and cold food, accompanied by a warm welcome and excellent customer service. There are other places to grab a bite too, this is just our personal favourite!

Must see:

  • St. Lawrence Church, Eyam.
  • Eyam Hall – unfortunately no longer a National Trust property, but still worth a look nonetheless.
  • Mompesson’s Well – a short drive out of Eyam, but has history that is sure to pull at your heartstrings!

 

Hardwick Estate –

National Trust Hardwick Estate has something for everyone, especially the kids. It’s stable yard is always full of outdoors toys and activities and the gardens offer hours of exploration for the littles. There’s often a trail for them to complete, I can recommend the Easter trail with chocolate reward! There’s a trail inside the Hall too, giving the kids an insight into the history of the estate and Bess of Hardwick, as well as the Hall’s final occupant Duchess Evelyn.

Also on site is Hardwick Old Hall, which is an English Heritage property but is also free for National Trust members. This offers miles of views over the estate and its well worth climbing the seemingly endless steps to get to the top! Hardwick is also the home of Stainsby Mill, a working Victorian flour mill. This property has kids trails, flour grinding and also sells freshly ground flour.

Hardwick has a gift shop, second-hand bookshop and restaurant which serves a scrummy beetroot and chocolate cake. It serves breakfast and lunches too, I can vouch for both options, as well as the coffee!

Must see:

  • Lady Spencers Walk – tree swings, den making, tree climbing and so much more.
  • Fairy doors – can your littles find them?
  • The ponds and ice house – perfect for a walk and a picnic.

 

Carsington Water –

With a restaurant on site, as well numerous indoor and outdoor activities, once you get to Carsington you won’t have to leave for hours. Carsington has an interactive visitor centre, which the kids will love. It has a bird hide, huge playground, bike hire and water sports. It has its own ‘beach’ perfect for the kids to explore and a monument at the top of a spiral incline, when you get to the top the view is fabulous. Carsington is all about outdoor fun and it takes some beating!

Must see:

  • Playground – with a suitable area for every age group.
  • Visitor centre – packed with interactive activities, making your trip fun and educational.

 

Bakewell –

Bakewell is, in my opinion, one of the most picturesque towns in Derbyshire. With the River Wye running through it, it has walks to suit all abilities. Gift shops are around every corner and for those who love a sweet treat, you can even get your hands on a tradition bakewell tart! There’s a huge playing field with football ground, play area and tennis tables. You won’t go hungry in Bakewell either, there are fish and chip shops, oriental and Indian takeaways and pub lunches galore.

Must see:

  • Bakewell cattle market – every other Monday and a real treat to see.
  • Market day – every Monday morning.
  • Fish – look into the water as you walk down the river, you’ll see huge fish making their way along the bottom.

 

Chatsworth House –

Arguably the grandest house in Derbyshire, Chatsworth House is packed with history, food and activities for all. Not the cheapest day out, but if you make a full day of it you’re bound to get your moneys worth. The gardens are huge and during the summer months, the kids can paddle in the shallow falls. There’s also a farm shop, cafe and garden centre a short drive from the house, we are regular visitors to the farm shop cafe – they do a mean breakfast!

Must see:

  • Chatsworth Animal Farm – also has an adventure playground.
  • The maze – found in the gardens, this maze is a lot fun for everyone.
  • Chatsworth at Christmas – an amazing sight, these are the BEST decorations I have ever seen!

 

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Pre-School Parent’s Evening – What to Expect

Pre-School Parent’s Evening – What to Expect

Our eldest daughter is in a state pre-school and has been there for a couple of terms, so they know her well and have a good idea of where she is in terms of development. We like to keep track of where she is as parents, so that we know what we need to be working on at home, in order to help her progress. That’s why when it came around to our first pre-school parents evening, I was looking forward to finding out how she was doing and where we should be going from here.

What to expect at your first pre-school parent’s evening –

I don’t believe that these kinds of parent’s evenings are serious business, in fact I know a few mums and dads who didn’t feel the need to attend at this stage. I do think it’s good to show willing though and even if you are pushed for time, it will only take around ten minutes out of your day. Even if pre-school doesn’t seem that crucial to you, it’s massive in your child’s world and that’s always worth remembering.

Children at this age have early years targets to meet and your child’s teacher should give you a good idea of where your child is at with respect to reaching them. It’s good to discuss this with their teacher as you may be aware of a milestone that has been reached at home, that their teacher hasn’t witnessed. So you can put your thoughts together to get a very clear picture of where your child is at developmentally.

Your child’s teacher will also discuss the social aspects of school life. How well they are settling in. If they’re making friends and if they’re having positive conversations with their peers. All of this information gives you a good idea of how your child is behaving when you aren’t around. Again, this is a good way to gauge what your child is doing well and what you may need to be working on at home. My favourite part of parent’s evening was a look at our daughters file and reading through her learning journey so far. It’s amazing to read and see what your child has been achieving at school.

It will make your heart melt and you’ll probably shed a tear, but pre-school parent’s evening is a must in terms of attendance!

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It’s My Birthday and I’ll Cry if I Want to…

It’s My Birthday and I’ll Cry if I Want to…

November is my birthday month and it’s coming up rather rapidly. I used to love birthdays, in fact I’d have a birthday week. Yep, I’d celebrate each and every night of the week surrounding my birthday. It was great fun! These days with family commitments, work and general knackeredness, I simply can’t think of anything worse than a birthday week. No only that, I’ll be 28 which is another step closer to 30 and 30 I do not want to be!

Life begins at 28 –

Actually when I look back over the past few years, 28 seems as though it’s set to be one of the best. Our work on the house is almost finished. Come April, both girls will be settled in at school and both Hubs and my work situations have never been better. As a family we are working quite nicely, I really don’t have a great deal to complain about.

What is it about age that frightens some of us so much? Why do we let age define us, when actually it’s about where we are in life, not how long we’ve been here. It’s about what our experiences have moulded us into and about the plans we have for the future. It’s inevitable that we’re all going to age, maybe it’s about time that I accepted my age and stopped focusing so much on turning the big 3-0.

Celebrating who I’ve become –

In the latter part of my twenties I’ve had two children, I’ve created an online business and I’ve become the homemaker that I thought I could never be. I’ve helped provide my husband with the chance to further his education and career. I have successfully gotten our eldest daughter ready to start preschool and she’s settled in amazingly. I’ve also had a few rough times, including a post natal depression diagnosis. All of these things have been valuable experiences that I am and should be grateful for.

I wouldn’t be who I am today if wasn’t for the rough and the smooth of the last few years. I wouldn’t be the happiest I’ve ever been, literally, if I Hubs and I hadn’t pulled together as a team and worked things out. When I started writing this post, I wasn’t exactly sure where it would take me, but it seems I have a lot more to be grateful for than I had initially realised.

Happy Birthday to me –

It might feel like time is leaving me behind sometimes and it might feel like I’m ageing a too quickly. What it also means though is that I’m still here and I’m living my best life. So I’m going to take the bull by the horns and say ‘Happy Birthday to me’. 28, I’m coming at you!

 

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Kids VS. Parents Games Night Challenge with Little Tikes

Kids VS. Parents Games Night Challenge with Little Tikes

*This post was written in collaboration with Little Tikes. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

 

Now that our girls are well and truly growing up, we have a lot of family fun with board games. Hubs and I love to play all of the traditional board games with the girls, so when we were asked by Little Tikes  if we wanted to take part in a games night challenge, we couldn’t wait!

Little Tikes have a new range of super fun games out, ideal for kids aged 5 plus. They’re the kind of games that are that so much fun to play, the girls have no idea how much they’re learning whilst playing. So to kick of our Kids VS. Parents Games Night Challenge, Little Tikes sent us their Crazy Toaster and Hot Hoops games. As well, a music voucher and a Just Eat voucher to keep up the energy of the competitors!

Crazy Toaster – This is a pop up toaster game that will have you and your littles giggling all night! Slices of toast pop high out the toaster and you have to try to catch the flying pieces in your pans. If you catch them and they match the toast on your plate, they’re yours to keep. This game is fun, energetic and can be played for hours, but be warned – it’s not as easy as it looks!

Hot Hoops – This is a head to head challenge game and it’s perfect if you needs deciding points on your games nights! It’s fast paced and is bound to bring out the competitive streak in the whole family. The best thing about this games is that it’s compact and east to take on your travels.

 

Our family games night –

 

We had so much fun on our family games night, but unfortunately the parents did not come out on top! The kids of the house had scores well above ours and it was our eldest who was victorious and took the medal! We had such a great evening thanks to Little Tikes, their new games range is a lot of fun for both adults and children. Now all we need is a rematch to knock the kids off of their winning spot!

 

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Poopsie Surprise Unicorn Review

Poopsie Surprise Unicorn Review

*We were gifted the Poopsie Surprise Unicorn for the purpose of this review. As always, all thoughts and opinions are our own. 

A sure-fire way to make my kids happy is to make slime with them, they absolutely love the stuff. Throw in a unicorn and they just wouldn’t be able to contain their excitement. I know this because recently we reviewed the Poopsie Surprise Unicorn and I’m sure they thought all of their Christmases had come at once. It would seem that slime and unicorns are the perfect combination!

The Poopsie Surprise Unicorn is available at Smyths, The Entertainer and Argos, it’s RRP is £49.99.

 

The Review –

Now as a parent, you can imagine that slime isn’t one of my favourite things! My kids however love it and the Poopsie Surprise Unicorn was no exception. You have to feed the unicorn all of the slime ingredients, using the tools provided. Once the unicorn is full of ‘food’, you put it on the toilet to poop out the slime. Now you understand why my kids love it so much, hey?!

The slime instructions are really easy to follow, and the girls thought feeding the unicorn was great fun. The littlest loved the brightly coloured mane of the unicorn and uses it as a toy, even when it’s not making slime! This set comes with glitter that you can add to the slime, making the ‘poop’ fit for the most glamorous of unicorns! You don’t just get one set of ingredients either, so the kids can make slime until their little hearts are content.

Overall, my girls just loved their Poopsie Surprise Unicorn. They laughed and giggled all the way through making their slime and I’m pretty sure it’s their new favourite toy. If you’re in need of some Christmas inspiration this year then I couldn’t recommend this product enough, it’ll get you some serious brownie points with the littles!

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Autumn Family & Blogging Bucket List 2018

Autumn Family & Blogging Bucket List 2018

I’ve been blogging for a few years now and I’ve noticed that bucket lists are a bit of a thing. I’ve gotten so many brilliant ideas from those I’ve read, but they’re something I’ve never gotten around to writing myself. Over the past few months though the reality of life hit me like a tonne of bricks. Our girls are growing up rapidly before my eyes and so I want to make as many family memories as I possibly can.

That’s why I’ve decided to jump on the bucket list bandwagon. I intend to create a list of must do experiences for every season, that way I won’t forget any ideas and I’ll have a tick list to work my way down as the months go on. I’m also going to keep a blogging bucket list. Over the summer I noticed myself losing sight a little bit, as I was so focused on giving our girls a season to remember. By creating a blogging list too, I hope it will keep my passions alive and ensure that I’m still achieving in my work life as well as in my personal life.

 

Our Autumn family bucket list –

  • Take a trip to the Wensleydale Creamery, Hawes.
  • Take our girls pumpkin picking and create some spectacular pumpkin designs!
  • Book a 5th wedding anniversary spa day for myself and Hubs.
  • Head out for some yummy food as a family for my birthday in November.
  • Take the girls on a half term holiday!

I know there’ll be days out and other fun things that I haven’t planned. Even if we only manage to achieve what’s on this list, I know it’ll make for another great season for our girls to remember.

My Autumn blogging bucket list –

Blogging has evolved so much over the last few years, things have changed immeasurably in the relatively short time I’ve been part of the community. For that reason I think it’s important to step back and take stock of where you are every once in a while. So after a serious blogging brainstorm, here’s what I’d love to achieve this season;

  • Spend time developing the quality of my video content and on developing my YouTube channel.
  • I’m a huge fan of Instagram, but I don’t feel like I use stories enough. So, I’m going to aim to share more of our daily life through Instagram Stories.
  • Spend more time thinking about content that I love. Use my platforms to share this content, rather than worrying about and comparing myself and my work to other bloggers.

 

I’m feeling hugely positive about what life and work has to offer this season, let me at it!

 

 

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Learning to Drive – Why Getting Behind the Wheel Early is a Good Thing

Learning to Drive – Why Getting Behind the Wheel Early is a Good Thing

*This post was written in collaboration with TrackDays.

 

Ever since I was old enough to understand the concept of driving, I’ve couldn’t wait to get behind the wheel. With parents who have always been interested in cars and two brothers who could drive as soon as their feet could touch the pedals, it was inevitable that I would follow suit. The trouble when I was an early teen, was that there were very few places where I could gain driving experience. It just wasn’t a thing then, so I had to wait until I was old enough to get my provisional license, before I could really get to grips with a car.

As soon as my license came through, I stuck the ‘L’ plates on and was away! My parents sat by my side in the car for hours as I learnt the ropes. In the end I passed my test around three months after my 17th birthday, as I was so determined to get on the road. Even though I had a few hours of lessons from a professional driving instructor, I really believe that it was the hours I spent driving my own car that gave me such confidence on the road.

Getting behind the wheel early –

I know that I would have loved to have driven a car as a teenager, so when I found out about Junior Driving Experiences, I had to write about it. It would have been an absolute dream for me, so I know others would love to have the chance to begin driving sooner than their 17th birthday too. Whether driving is just a means to an end for a person or whether it’s a passion, there are so many benefits to learning to drive as soon as possible. Driving brings independence, freedom and prospects that every person needs in their life.

The benefits of learning to drive –

You’re ready – even if you don’t intend to take your test any time soon, learning to drive sooner rather than later will mean you are ready. You won’t have to worry about learning a new skill at an older age, because you’ll already know what to do. Forewarned is forearmed as they say and it’s always good to feel like you’re one step ahead.

It’s a lifelong skill and one that you will most likely cherish – now we all know people who don’t drive, who actually wish that they could. Don’t put yourself in this situation, you’ll only regret if you don’t do it!

Driving could widen your career prospects – even if you’re too young to have chosen a career at this time, having driving experience can only be a good thing. Imagine how much easier every work situation would be if you’re able to drive!

The longer you leave it, the less likely you are to learn how to drive. So start early and get comfortable with driving now, you won’t regret it and you’ll have heaps of fun along the way! 

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The CBBC Summer Social – Review

The CBBC Summer Social – Review

*We were provided with a family ticket for the purpose of this review, as always all thoughts and opinions are our own.

 

After being invited to the CBBC Summer Social this year, I was a little dubious as to whether it would suit our girls at their young ages. Festivals are something that we have wanted to try out since having children, but doing it at the right age so everyone enjoyed themselves was a must for us. After speaking with the CBBC Summer Social team though, I was assured that there would be plenty for our girls to enjoy. It was clear that they were going to have a blast and so we prepared ourselves for our first ever family festival!

This years Summer Social was held at Croxteth Hall, Liverpool. A beautiful old building with amazing grounds, ideal for this kind of event. As I’d never been to Liverpool before and because I’m a bit of a Beatles fan, we decided to book ourselves into a hotel and make a mini break out of it. The first day saw us visit Paul McCartney’s childhood home and we had a walk down Penny Lane, I was in my element!

 

The CBBC Summer Social –

When we arrived at the CBBC Summer Social, the gathering crowds were a clear indicator that we were in for a good day. Right from the word go, there was something for the girls to see and do. From fairground rides, to story time and street bands. Entertainment literally was all around us and the girls just didn’t know where to look first!

 

 

Attractions we loved;

The Clangers Garden – This was huge hit with both of our children. Inside the walled garden there were life-sized Clangers hiding around every corner. There were crafts for the girls to get involved in and there was also the chance for them to water some of the pretty flowers planted in the garden. This was great full for all!

 

 

The Main Stage – the highlight of our day was by far the chance the girls had to see Mr Tumble, on the main stage. They loved every second of his performance and I take my hat of to the guy because he never faltered, even though we were in the middle of the heat wave of 2018!

Hubs and I were very impressed with The Philharmonic Orchestra too, they were amazing to see live!

The CBeebies Village – this part of the festival was a great addition for the younger fans. Our girls loved seeing Mr Bloom in real life and his set was very entertaining for them. They also loved seeing the Go Jetters, which is a firm favourite in our house at breakfast time!

The Fairground – as this was the first time our girls had been to a fair, they were very excited! We took them on the ‘cranky horses’ and the smiles on their faces just said it all! The only downside to this was that there were extra charges for the rides, which for a family of four could make the day extra expensive considering the original ticket cost to attend the festival.

 

 

Mr Wilson’s Second Liners – these guys were an incredible marching and dancing band! They walked around the festival performing at regular intervals throughout the day and they attracted a huge crowd each time! Hubs, the kids and I were so impressed with their performances!

Overall, we had a great day out at the CBBC Summer Social. With the exception of the cost of the fairground rides, the day was perfect and we all left with huge smiles on our faces! Thankyou at CBBC for the best, first festival!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tips on How to Keep your Toddlers Hair Squeaky Clean with Johnson’s Baby

Tips on How to Keep your Toddlers Hair Squeaky Clean with Johnson’s Baby

*AD – This post was written in collaboration with Johnson’s Baby.

As a hairdresser, I thought I knew all there was to know about washing hair. I’ve shampooed more heads of hair than I care to remember, in fact until recently I’d considered myself a bit of a pro. The thing is that all of the hair I’ve washed in the past has been on the heads of adults, it turns out I had very little experience in washing the hair of toddlers. That was until I began working with Johnson’s Baby and I learnt just how important using the right products on their hair and scalp really is.

I know now that there are many ways to help keep your toddler’s hair squeaky clean and healthy. Whilst avoiding tantrums, dried out hair and tangles! So here are a few tips I’ve learnt along the way, to help make your bath times as easy and as fun as possible;

Cradle Cap –

When our two girls were little, we had our fair share of cradle cap. It often looks far worse than it actually is, but to the untrained eye it can seem pretty nasty. It doesn’t hurt, but it looks off putting which is why it’s important to use the right products to keep the scalp moisturised. This helps to prevent cradle cap as much as possible.

CRADLE CAP TOP TIP: Massage your favourite Johnson’s Baby oil  into your little one’s scalp. Once you’ve given it a little time to soften the skin, use a soft brush to gently brush out the loose flakes of skin. Then wash out using baby shampoo. This won’t hurt your baby at all and it will leave their hair feeling lovely and soft.

Tangles, tangle tangles –

If there’s one thing that upsets our girls when I’m washing and styling their hair, it’s getting through the tangles. I know from combing through my own hair that tangles can be painful, so it’s really important to wash the hair in quality shampoo and conditioner. This will cleanse and moisturise their hair before you begin to brush through it. Our favourite shampoo and conditioner is Shiny Drops from Johnson’s Baby. It makes the hair feel super clean and moisturised, as well as smelling amazing!

DETANGLING TOP TIP: Spray the hair with Johnson’s Baby Conditioning spray before combing the hair, this product is so good that I use it on my own hair! It’s important to begin brushing from the ends of the hair too, this will stop the hair getting more tangled as you drag the knots from the roots to the ends.

Washing their locks –

One of the biggest hurdles to overcome when washing a toddlers hair, is to avoid getting water in their eyes. My two can’t stand getting water over their faces, even if the Johnson’s shampoo we use is equipped with their No More Tears formula. There’s just something about water on the face that they don’t like!

HAIR WASHING TOP TIP: Use a jug with a soft rim, that will mould to their forehead. That way as they lean back, a barrier is created that stops the water running down their face. Washing our girls’ hair in this way has been a total saviour when it comes to preventing tantrums at bath time.

Bath time is such an important part of a child’s routine. It’s the ideal time for them to bond with their parents and create wonderful, long lasting memories. That’s why I believe it’s so important to get the hair washing routine just right. Following these tips will help you create the loveliest of bath times, as well as to help you keep your little’s hair in tip-top condition. There’s nothing better than post bath time cuddles in a fluffy towel too!

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A Day Out with Kiddylicious – LEGOLAND Windsor

A Day Out with Kiddylicious – LEGOLAND Windsor

*We were provided with two Kiddylicious snack boxes and entry to LEGOLAND Windsor Resort for the purpose of this post. As always, all thoughts and opinions are our own.

 

Ever since our girls were born, Kiddylicious meals and snacks have been a staple in our house. They make tasty, healthy and nutritious snacks that both of our kids still absolutely love. So when we were invited to LEGOLAND Windsor Resort for a day out with Kiddylicious, I knew they’d have an absolute blast with lots of yummy foods to keep fuelled up along the way!

 

 

I’ve heard such good reports about LEGOLAND, but until this trip we’d never had the chance to visit. Our girls have been into LEGO for some time now, so they knew straight away what the park is centred around. One of the attractions we were most looking forward to, was the digital LEGO Reef that’s been added new to the park for the 2018 season. It’s a floor to ceiling interactive reef, that allows the kids to create their own personalised virtual fish, which they can they see projected onto the big screen! Not only that, there are ‘feed me‘ buttons dotted around so they can feed their pet fish too! We were also looking forward to visiting Miniland, as there are new landmarks to see including; the USA, India, Russia, Australia and China.

 

 

Getting to LEGOLAND Windsor –

As we are Midlands based, LEGOLAND is a couple of hours drive away from us. Our girls usually travel quite well and thanks to Kiddylicious, they had a bowl of Little Bistro Oaty Porridge before we set of to keep them going on the journey. The porridge went down a storm! It’s full of flavour and really filling, as well as being suitable for children with or without a dairy allergy. Once they’d eaten up, they were mega excited to jump in the car and get going!

 

 

En route to LEGOLAND, I decided to download the official park app as I’d heard such great things about it. I like to plan our days out so that we can make the most of them and the LEGOLAND app is ideal to help you find your way around the park. It has a resort map as well as ride information and live queue times, so you know what rides are suitable for the kids to go on. The queue times were really accurate and super helpful when we planned where we were going next. We found it useful to join the longer lines when the kids were getting ready for a snack. That way they didn’t realise they were waiting, as they were so occupied with what Kiddylicious had sent them to munch on. Their favourite queue snacks were by far the Coconut Rolls, they’re dairy, gluten and nut free. They’re portion controlled and an easy ‘grab’ snack!

 

 

Picnic time –

LEGOLAND has many designated picnic areas where you can take time to rest and enjoy your lunch. As we went on one of the hottest days of the year, we found a nice shady spot and the girls delved into their Kiddylicious lunch boxes! They really enjoyed the Cheesy Stars and hubs and I were impressed when we read that 6 pence from every pack sold is donated to Make-A-Wish-UK. A charity that supports children and young people living with life threatening conditions. They were taken with the Biscotti too, in fact we’ve had to stock up on these since we arrived home!

 

 

After we’d enjoyed out picnic, the girls decided they wanted to go on the Fairy Tale Brook ride. They were completely in awe as the boats took us om a journey around all of their favourite fairy tale scenes. Fairy Tale Brook was a huge hit and I would highly recommend it if you have smaller children in tow!

 

 

Home time –

After a very tiring but very enjoyable day, it was time to head back to the car and drive home. As you can imagine, both girls were asleep withing 5 minutes of leaving the park, all of that fun had completed worn them out! Hubs and I were super tired too, so we were glad that Kiddylicious had sent some of their Little Bistro meals for the kids to have for their dinner. They really enjoyed them and it meant we didn’t have to start cooking when we got back. The Little Bistro meals are handy to have in the house for days like this. They’re microwave friendly, they have no added salt or sugar and they’re a great source of protein. They make super quick, guilt free meals!

 

 

We had such a great day out at LEGOLAND Windsor, thanks to Kiddylicous. There really is something for everyone to enjoy and it’s definitely somewhere we’ll be going back to in the future. We’ll remember to take out Kiddylicious snacks along too, they made the whole day so much easier with two toddlers in tow!

 

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