Just a quick blog post but worth shouting about to hopefully advise other parents out there of our recent revelation in Baby formula.
Easter Sunday is an odd one. A lot of places are closed and with the kids off school everywhere that is open is heaving. The weather had been pretty unpredictable over Easter bank holiday this year however we thought we’d try our luck and venture out to Bucklebury anyway.
If you’ve shopped in the Oracle in Reading before you’ve probably experienced a Lush attack. Maybe you were overwhelmed or maybe you completely ignored the symptoms. It will either have occurred on entry or exit of the shopping centre near the escalator. An over-powering aroma of sweet, fruity and deliciousness. A smell that awakens your senses and an unstoppable urge to bathe or shower yourself like you never have before.
It was a sunny Saturday and we were feeling spontaneous and outdoorsy (if that’s even a word…). There’s a few parks and farms local to the Berkshire area and most were still offering reduced off-peak entry so we thought we’d try out Wellington country park.
Easter is a festival and holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. Believed to be a religious and important time of the year that it warrants not one bank holidays but two! Yes every year the UK as well as many other countries gives workers two days off ‘Good Friday’ and ‘Easter Monday’.
Last weekend we were baby-free! This little adventure had been in the diary for a while. Myself and hubby love spending time together and enjoying a day and/or night away from our home town. There’s nothing better than travelling somewhere and broadening the mind. We’d visited Brighton once before on a scorching hot summers day years ago so we were keen to see what else this city has to offer.
When we bought our house back in 2011 the garden was always the last thing on our mind. At the time almost all the rooms needed a complete refurb so the garden was last on the to-do list.