Travel & Days Out: Shakespeare’s Birthplace: A Tour. (Review) [AD – Press Trip]

Travel & Days Out: Shakespeare’s Birthplace: A Tour. (Review) [AD – Press Trip]

Last weekend, we were invited to Stratford-Upon-Avon to visit Shakespeare’s Birthplace as part of the Shakespeare’s Trust’s 170th year of caring for the properties that belong to the trust. The properties included are: Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Shakespeare’s New Place, Halls Croft, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, and Mary Arden’s Farm. I studied Shakespeare during my GCSE’s and again

Camp Bestival: Our First Time Camping with a Toddler

Almost two weeks ago, we ventured into the world of camping and decided to buy tickets to Camp Bestival – a family festival based in Dorset from Thursday 27th July to Monday 31st July. Sharon and I had been camping before, but not with a toddler in tow! We knew this was going to be

Our Holiday to The Lake District

Over the week of my 30th birthday, Sharon booked a week’s holiday to The Lake District in an attempt to see the last few days of my 20’s in relaxation mode! Starting off as a secret, Sharon simply put the postcode into the sat nav and off we went! Some 4 hours over the expected

Travelling with a Diono – Review

Over the Christmas and new year period, including a few days before and a several weeks after, we’ve spent a lot of time delivering presents, and seeing friends and family far and wide. A few months ago, we could usually guarantee T falling asleep in the car on every journey, even if he had just

The Pod, by Mountain Buggy (Review) [AD]

When T was a newborn, going out for an early dinner or meeting S for lunch was relatively easy (once I got over feeding in public). Most of the time I was able to feed T before I went out (or give him a top up / one for the road) and once we’d got to

Travelling with Gro – The Gro Travel Sleeping Bag (Review)

We knew having a baby would limit the amount of time we’d spend outside visiting places thanks to bedtime, however we weren’t necessarily prepared to never visit friends for dinner. So when T dropped his bedtime forward by an hour from 8pm to 7pm we initially thought we’d be forever having friends round ours and