Don’t look at me like that. This is an actual thing. And not only that but it is an actual thing that I made over the weekend. Partly because I was pulling the face that you probably are now when I heard about it and partly because today is the start of
I remember Furby the first time around. They were the MUST HAVE Christmas present one year when my three were small. It had to be a red one. The red ones were sold out. The only parenting issue worse than a sold out Christmas present on Christmas Eve is stepping on Lego at 3am.
Bit of a different one this week for Window Wednesday in that I am not featuring one place and their windows this week, but more of a whole town. It was only when I looked through all my photos from our weekend in White Cliffs Country that I realised just how many photos of buildings
Have you heard about Amazon Dash buttons? They started out as Amazon’s April Fool’s Joke but so many people said “That is genius, we want them” that Amazon put them into production. But what are they? Well they are small wi-fi enabled buttons that are branded and paired to a certain product. By pressing the button
When I was asked if I wanted to try out a Dominican sweet potato cake I thought “ooh yes please”. And then I saw it contained no butter and no flour and I thought “hmmmm how is that going to work?!”. Well quite well actually. Until I dropped it whilst taking it out
Before we go any further I have two things to say about this incredible pie. The first is that this was made back in March, as there hasn’t been a pie window of opportunity this week. So this exceptional pie made back in March is being blogged about this week as I haven’t blogged it
For the inaugral #MBGC (Mummy Barrow Gin Club) I am cho’sing a gin that brings back childhood memories. You see drinking for me isn’t about forgetting or getting hammered. I don’t like being drunk, mainly because I can’t spend the following day feeling ill since children don’t understand that mummy is ill. So drinking for
that is the question that my youngest is now asking herself. This is not a new question in our house though, my eldest two asked themselves the same question when they were deep into their A levels. Caity wanted to be a paramedic and Jonnie an accountant, both of which need degrees to enter