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Our Secrets for Success in Making an Amazing Gingerbread House

We have over the years tried many different Gingerbread recipes for our Gingerbread house. However, this is the one we have ended up with. This recipe originally came from my mother in law’s Good housekeeping recipe book however we have… Continue Reading →

Beautifully Classic Papercraft Christmas Baubles

Classic Christmas Bauble This bauble is a classic Papercraft Christmas bauble is a more traditional paper bauble. This is a little more complex and can be a little fiddly. However, they make lovely gifts. If you decide to give this… Continue Reading →

Our Families Christmas countdown fun 2021!

I swear our Families Christmas countdown gets later each year as the children get older! Although, this year there is a very good reason for this! We are sharing this year’s Christmas antic’s with the Wiltshire Gift’s blog! Together have… Continue Reading →

The wonderous world of Greek Myth!

So our most recent topic is as you have probably already guessed the wonderous world of Greek Myths. I have always loved myths and legends. So you can imagine my delight when Emily started to show an interest in them…. Continue Reading →

Going it alone! Girls stitch up their own Halloween extravaganza!

Long gone are the days when the girls need me to help with their costume designs. This year my girls are going it alone! They have each designed, planned and made their own costumes and are planning their own Halloween… Continue Reading →

How To Live Successfully With Your Mental Health Problems

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My Top Tips On How to Live Successfully With Your Mental Health Problems To keep in with the theme of this year’s World Mental Health Day, set by the World Federation for Mental Health, is ‘Mental health in an unequal… Continue Reading →

Just another Manic Friday?

Today was just another manic Friday, We really were wishing it was Sunday 😂. Emily had Farm School, Jessica had Work and I had to sort all the camping stuff, catch up with washing and the normal “housework” all before… Continue Reading →

Girls trip to the coast 2021

What better way to start a trip than with a Girls trip to the coast for a couple of nights? Just the Girls, myself and our poppy in an impromptu trip to Lyme Regis for two nights. Jessica learned about… Continue Reading →

Emily’s adventures at Farm School

Emily’s 2nd day of Adventures at Farm School and she is absolutely loving it. She is very disappointed it stops over the summer. Yet again I arrived home from work to loads of stories of all the things she got… Continue Reading →

Birthday hike and wild camp in Dartmoor?

Finally time for Jessica’s Birthday hike and wild camp in Dartmoor. She did all the planning and it was finally time to get going. We set off early on Saturday morning and arrived mid-morning ready to set off. We made… Continue Reading →

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