Half Term Picnic in the Park

I am a member of the #CollectiveBias Social Fabric Community. This #shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for #CollectiveBias. Half term. There are those parents that love it and there are those parents that hate it. Personally, I love half term. I love the slower pace in the mornings. I love spending more time with Cheeky Chap. We try to strike a balance between lazy days at home and fun days out. The trouble is,… Continue Reading “Half Term Picnic in the Park”

Park Life {The Ordinary Moments 17}

We are very lucky living in Bristol. We have a vibrant city with lots of green space and parks. In recent months we haven’t really been outside all that much. While I don’t think it’s actually been particularly wet so far this winter, it’s also not been particularly bright and it feels like there has always been the looming threat of rain. And I am naturally quite lazy. But Cheeky Chap really is the sort of child that needs to… Continue Reading “Park Life {The Ordinary Moments 17}”

Ordinary Moments – Park Fun

It has been three weeks since I have managed to get outside, to enjoy watching Cheeky Chap play in the park. Three weeks might not sound like a long time but it really has felt it.┬áThree weeks of not taking Cheeky Chap to the park. Three weeks of not seeing him in his element, climbing, daring, exploring, burning off energy. Three weeks of not seeing him truly enjoy himself. He has, of course, been to the park and had some… Continue Reading “Ordinary Moments – Park Fun”

The Ordinary Moments – Park fun

Much of the start of our Easter holidays has, so far, been spent stuck indoors. Between us, both myself and Cheeky Chap have had a tummy bug so the chance to relieve ourselves of cabin fever was more than welcome. Thankfully, we recovered in time to head to Portishead to catch up with some family. There is little that Cheeky Chap likes more than the chance to burn off some energy at the park, especially after being stuck indoors for… Continue Reading “The Ordinary Moments – Park fun”

My Sunday Photo – Web

Yesterday afternoon was a crisp, wintery afternoon. It wasn’t quite as cold as it has been and it wasn’t raining so we decided to make the most of it and took Cheeky Chap to Blaise Castle. With 650 acres to explore, plus a museum and a castle, there are lots of different walks you can take on the estate but of course, with a child in tow, we tend to stick to the two children’s playgrounds, which also happen to… Continue Reading “My Sunday Photo – Web”