50 DVDs That You Must See Before You Grow Up!

We love watching DVDs and they are a lifesaver on long car journeys! Bob has a great collection, many of which were mine from before she was born. I am a big Disney fan! Now that Bob is older she loves it when we have a movie night! We buy popcorn and pick n mix and snuggle together to watch a film. Bob is still a bit young but I am looking forward to when we can all enjoy a [click here to read on]

 Posted by Charlotte on June 19, 2017 Uncategorized 16 Responses »
May 292017
 
Lost In Translation

I always worry about being able to speak the language when I visit places in other countries. I like to make an effort to learn some of the language as I feel rude expecting people to speak English in their own country. I studied French for 5 years at high school and although my French is quite rusty it comes back to me when I use it on a daily basis. By the time our holiday in Disneyland Paris came [click here to read on]

 Posted by Charlotte on May 29, 2017 Uncategorized No Responses »
 
What's In A Chef's Kitchen?

In some households, cooking is a difficult topic. It’s not uncommon to hear from young adults, or older ones too, that they can’t cook. There is no such thing as not being able to cook. It’s not a skill that people have from birth; it is something that you develop, just like chefs have. In short, don’t worry if your first recipes don’t taste or look like they are supposed to. With practice, you’ll get better. Additionally, the favourite excuse [click here to read on]

 Posted by Charlotte on May 2, 2017 Uncategorized 3 Responses »
 

Life as a busy mom can be rough. From the illusion of having it all, from career goals to the demands of motherhood, staying on top of everything is no small feat. We’ve compiled a list of apps, perfectly suited to the mom who does everything, keeping you focused on work, family and, of course, some much-needed “me time.” Mint This popular personal finance app is essential for helping you keep track of everything from your account balances, to setting [click here to read on]

 Posted by Charlotte on April 10, 2017 Uncategorized No Responses »
Mar 302017
 
Cultural Britain

I like to think that I am quite cultured. My acting background has meant that I seen, read and performed in many plays and I am a big fan of Shakespeare. I am also a big fan of music. I wish I could play lots of instruments! I can play the guitar and have had lessons. I also have a flute, a keyboard and a steal drum. I wish i could play these but in reality I am a ‘jack [click here to read on]

 Posted by Charlotte on March 30, 2017 Uncategorized 6 Responses »
 
Future-Proofing Your Young Family's "Forever Home"

Back in 2014, the then Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, decided to reduce stamp duty on new homes, slashing the cost of moving for more than 98 percent of the British public. But despite his attempts to get people buying again, the market for housing has remained pretty flat, especially in areas outside London and the major university towns. Young families, therefore, aren’t necessarily going to be able to ride a wave of house price increases up the property [click here to read on]

 Posted by Charlotte on March 29, 2017 Uncategorized 3 Responses »
 
Catching Up With Growing Kids

Parents always seem to exclaim about how much their kids grow! And it’s true; babies and toddlers seem to always be getting bigger before our very eyes. There’s just no time to feel all nostalgic about when they were babies as you will have to keep up with them and make sure they don’t outgrow you. To make sure your baby doesn’t turn into a toddler before you even realise, here are some things you will need to help you [click here to read on]

 Posted by Charlotte on March 27, 2017 Uncategorized 1 Response »
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