• The Disappearing Dining Club

    February 21, 2014

    The Disappearing Dining Club Have you heard of the Disappearing Dining Club? It’s Friday – woo! Not that it makes a huge amount of difference when you work from home and have children (no late-night after-work drinking sessions or long lie-ins, sadly). But this weekend we’re off to the wedding of one of my closest…

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  • New Silver Cross Reflex pram launch, at St Martins Lane Hotel

    January 29, 2014

    Eliza and I headed over to Covent Garden yesterday to the launch event for the brand new Silver Cross Reflex buggy, braving the rush hour commute. Here’s an initial review of the new pram, and first thoughts (you can also read my review of the iCandy Raspberry buggy). You can read all about it over…

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  • Things To Do In London With Toddlers

    January 6, 2014

    If You’re Looking For The Best Things To Do In London With Toddler, Read This Post! If you live in London with a toddler, or are visiting, you might be wondering about the best things to do in London with toddlers. Here are our favourite things to do in London with a toddler. London, With…

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  • Flat out

    December 12, 2013

    We’ve been so caught up in the rollercoaster of the will it work out…will it fall through of our house move that we only dared to think about actually moving when we finally exchanged last week. Which means the last few days have been pretty hectic. We have a big moving ‘to do’ list, and a…

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  • A moving story

    December 4, 2013

    So the really big news that I can actually now talk about is that today we have finally, finally, finally exchanged on our flat. In just under two weeks time – on my birthday, no less  – we’ll be moving down the hill and up the road to an actual house. Still in London, but…

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  • Christmas for children at Kensington Palace

    December 1, 2013

    From one palace to another; on Saturday we headed to the children’s Christmas festivities at the west London royal residence (home of William, Kate, Harry and now baby George). Christmas at Kensington Palace has a ‘Game of Crowns’ theme, inspired by King William III’s winter palace of 1699. Throughout the palace there’s a series of games…

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  • London in autumn for children

    November 3, 2013

    I have a love / hate relationship with autumn. One one hand it’s nearly Christmas, and it’s the season for Uggs and red wine. On the other hand, it’s cold and there are far too many opportunities for getting my hair wet. This year though, I’m actually quite happy about it. Although it’s Eliza’s second autumn, as…

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