Nana’s Manners: cutlery for stubborn little people.

Nana’s Manners: cutlery for stubborn little people.

Stab, shovel, chew. Stab, shovel, chew. Cheeky grab with a finger and munch. Wipe (on jeans probably). Repeat. That was mealtime with my four year old pre Nana’s Manners cutlery. I’m sure it’s the same for most of the mini teatime brigade across the...
Old Stocks Inn: Tweetingly scrumptious

Old Stocks Inn: Tweetingly scrumptious

I am not a restaurant reviewer. But given the chance to be fed and watered by Old Stocks Inn – a boutique hotel and restaurant I’d been drooling at on Twitter – I couldn’t really say no, could I? The Old Stocks Inn is in the beautiful market...
The Lakes with kids – our break at Bank Ground Farm

The Lakes with kids – our break at Bank Ground Farm

The Lake District has huge nostalgia value for my husband and I. Well, Coniston, more specifically. Just this week awarded World Heritage status, the Lakes were the very first place we went on a long weekend away. I still remember the excitement of booking that...
A technophobe’s saviour: have you met The Mighty Fox?

A technophobe’s saviour: have you met The Mighty Fox?

Those of you new to my blog will be blissfully ignorant about how pants it used to look. I was proud of it – the fact I’d even managed to put some words into sentences on a page thingy on tinterweb was quite something to me. But it did look crap. Enter The...
Baby Gospel: The coolest music class in town?

Baby Gospel: The coolest music class in town?

I’m at that lovely and tricky stage with Little P at nearly 11 months old where she seems to need entertainment, rather than it being an optional extra in our day. Not that she’s requesting trips to the Science Museum or anything, but if we stay at home...

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