A classic tan bag – The Pacapod Mirano Tote

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I’ve always known of Pacapod and heard great things about their bags, but until now I have never owned one myself. I’ve tried a few changing bags now with having three children and ironically I had more girly styled bags when I just had the boys. What I’ve never really had though, is a classic style. Give me a tan

Make your own wire memo board

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After I posted about my peg board the other day, I’ve been keen to get on with other projects and especially ones that are cost effective and quick to turnaround. How often do you see ideas that you like but they’re often more than you’re willing to shell out on? I’d been trying to organise an area in the kitchen

Support your new reader with Reading Eggs

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Before I had children, I somewhat naively assumed that teaching skills such as reading, wouldn’t be too much of a problem and in fact with my first child, it really wasn’t. It didn’t take him that long to grasp his alphabet and with a bit of determination to learn and concentrate, everything eventually clicked. Now at seven years old, he’s

Make shelving for your peg board

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I’d been lusting after a pegboard for quite a while but it was one of those things that I couldn’t quite justify buying for myself. There was always something that I needed more and I simply never got around to it getting one. It was one of those ‘I want rather than need’ items. I’m always saying there are things

Unicorn and rainbows for a girls room

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My blog has been rather quiet these past few weeks.  Christmas was a busy time and then we made it even busier by moving home in between Christmas and New Year! We still have a lot of settling in to do but one main priority was to get the children’s bedrooms set up for them straight away, so that they