Kids

He’s Behind you! Why my daughter loves the Panto

We love the panto. We actually went three times last year! Last year’s favourite was Jack and the Beanstalk in Hammersmith. This year we went to see Cinderella at the Churchill Theatre and Robin Hood in Stoke. I asked my daughter what she likes about the panto and here are her answers: 1) "The men

All’s Well that Ends Well. Our trip to Nusapenida, Bali.

Why offer to help if you don’t really want to? Now I have a daughter I like to have plans in place. I like to prepare her for what is coming next wherever possible; I no longer take the attitude: 'Oh well, if we miss the boat it's ok, let's just chill, something will come

Have kids? Do travel! Some of my Why’s and How’s

‌I have always loved holidays. As I got older I discovered the joys of traveling and exploring new places. I remember listening to an interview on radio 4 with a mum traveling round India with her young daughter. I thought to myself "I'd like to do that, travel with my child if I have one,

Taking my Daughter to the Ballet for the First Time

I recently took my 4-year-old to 'My First Ballet: Swan Lake' and she thoroughly enjoyed it. The theatre was packed with excited children, not least my daughter. "When are they starting?" asked Daisy, repeatedly. This was just the beginning of the barrage of questions to come. "Is she/he a goodie or a baddie?" "What's going to happen

Horniman Museum and Gardens- Worth Exploring

It's been ages since I visited the Horniman Museum and I didn't remember it having an aquarium. When I found it did, we had to visit! I went for an annual pass with guest (my 4-year-old) for £43 without truly knowing what to expect. This did give us access to the Butterfly House, Aquarium

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