• Dining with dinosaurs at The Natural History Museum

    March 28, 2017

    You can’t really argue that the Natural History Museum is one of the best London museums for children and adults (although it’s on a long list with our other favourites including¬†The Science Museum, The Horniman Museum…oh and *way* too many to list). I loved the Natural History¬†Museum when I was younger and my children love…

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  • Five things from the weekend

    February 27, 2017

    Things have been mildly quiet around here lately (no real reason why, just mainly the post-half-term-catch-up and general life-stuff-stuff). So here’s a mini update of five things we’ve been getting up to lately: One: Mainly wearing hats it seems (F’s is way better!) and laughing into the middle distance, I can’t remember why. We had…

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  • Festival of Love, The Southbank

    July 20, 2016

    This weekend had a bit of a heart-shaped-theme – we went to a wedding party, but met up beforehand with friends on The Southbank where the Festival of Love is taking place (very apt!). If you’re looking for some summer holiday activities for children in London then you should head down…

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  • An afternoon at The Dorchester Spa

    June 2, 2016

    How much time do you genuinely get to yourself when you have small children? It’s probably not very much, is it? This week I spent an afternoon at The Dorchester Spa thanks to Asda Little Angels and it was one of the most relaxing things to have happened to me in a really long time,…

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  • 12 ways London changes when you’re a parent

    February 16, 2016

    How does London change when you’re a parent…? ‘Great news!’ I thought this week when I read that the Night Tube might actually be happening soon. And then I realised, it’s been years pre-children since we’ve lived on a tube line and the rare times I venture out in the evening it’s on the bus,…

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  • Trinity’s Big SleepOut – helping to beat homelessness

    December 4, 2015

    I was accidentally locked out of the house today, while one child was still inside it. Another story for another time, but it was a horrible feeling, being displaced even temporarily, and along with the helpless ‘help, that’s my baby!’ panic and worst-case-scenario scenario, it was really, really cold. But did you know around 3,000…

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  • London Zoo, for two

    October 12, 2015

    One of the great things about living in London with children is all the amazing things for them to do. And in typical living-in-London style, if they’re slightly far away we don’t often venture to actually do them. This is why it took a Christmas present from my parents to get us to visit London…

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