Halloween Baking, Jelly & Messy play with a …

I have actually really enjoyed Halloween this year, we woke up. did our usual morning chores, got dressed & had breakfast. I gave Alyssia her Halloween Basket and she was so excited looking at all her little treats especially her Peppa pig pumpkin carriage. We had a good play with the pumpkins & Alyssia kept trying to lift them up which was quite funny. After all the excitement and running around Alyssia went for a nap (yay). She gets pretty…

Halloween Photoshoot 2016 VS 2017

So for 2 years now we have taken part in a Halloween Photoshoot run by a lovely lady called Heidi over at Studio 27. It is £15 a session and all money raised goes to the local baby unit. I plan on taking part in this for as long as Heidi carries on doing it. Last year I had not long passed my driving test & decided to take my friend and her daughter along with me, I was so…

20 Months of CMPA

If you’ve read my blog for a long time you will know that Alyssia has suffered with CMPA since she was 3 months old. For those of you that don’t know, CMPA is a Cows Milk Protein Allergy where quite frankly you are allergic to the proteins in the milk. I wrote a post about our experience with CMPA back in March and I felt like I was at a little bit of a loose end, I didn’t know if…

Monster Marshmallow Rice Krispies with Sainsburys

Its the weekend before Halloween & we have been baking! I came across this recipe when I went on the Sainsburys website to do an online shop and I wanted to try it out for myself. For the bars, you will need: 150g rice pops 100g unsalted butter 180g white marshmallows For the decoration, you will need: 300g white chocolate chips 15g green food colouring gel 50g icing sugar 19g black writing icing 1 strawberry lace 15g yellow food colouring…

Spending the Autumn Outdoors with the Family. 

It’s getting chillier outside, which means it’s time to put on your jumpers in the morning, take them off by midday, and put them back on in the evening. Autumn has a confusing weather spectrum about it, and therefore we’re constantly checking weather forecasts and keeping ourselves cooped up at home. Yet, we should be trying to get out and about, right? especially as a family. But what can we do that’s specifically good for this time of year? Here’s…