Weaning the second time around | getting mucky with homemade purees and finger food

Weaning the second time around | getting mucky with homemade purees and finger food

AD – gifted products included* We’ve now been weaning with Dexter for nearly two months so I thought I’d share our journey so far, and what I’ve learnt this time around because frankly it’s been another learning curve and quite different to weaning Henry two years ago – OMGOSH how…

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Testing out the £1 meals cookbook

Testing out the £1 meals cookbook

One of the things I love the most is collecting cookbooks and making dishes from them. I love to cook and I really love to eat. But I’m also about simple dishes that are relatively quick to put together – I mean dinner time is a pretty hectic place in…

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Japanese BBQing – Yutaka BBQ Miso Chicken

Japanese BBQing – Yutaka BBQ Miso Chicken

The British summer is all about BBQs isn’t it? It’s one of our favourite things about the summer, getting outside and cooking. But about 50% of the time it’s rained off and means looking in the kitchen. And that’s totally fine. We’re just used to it now. So sometimes it’s…

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How we tackled our fussy eater toddler

How we tackled our fussy eater toddler

Being the owner of a fussy eater can be pretty stressful Henry isn’t the worst eater, I know he eats EVERYTHING at nursery, and is pretty good for Breakfast and Dinner, but all things in between can be really hit and miss, and that does include dinner times too. We…

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Our favourite ice lolly smoothie recipes

Our favourite ice lolly smoothie recipes

Review post* Being the parent of a fussy eater can be a pretty stressful experience. Luckily though, smoothies are one thing that Henry will drink and eat (in the form of ice lollies) and it’s a real saviour for the mum guilt! With us hitting peak summer, and needing all…

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Using up PYO fruit – rhubarb and strawberry crumble

Using up PYO fruit – rhubarb and strawberry crumble

We’re big fans of pick your own fruit and veg farms. They make for a great family trip out, everyone can get involved, and you can stock the fridge up with lots of healthy food. You can see the blog post and video we made last year from our first…

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Pick Your Own Fruit Farm – and how to survive it with a toddler – The Ordinary Moments

Pick Your Own Fruit Farm – and how to survive it with a toddler – The Ordinary Moments

I always thought Autumn was my favourite season, but since having a kid/s I think I’m a summer convert. I do have two summer babies after all. But oh man, the adventures are what makes the season so damn great.  I absolutely love spending our weekends as a family exploring…

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