Dr Oetker Unicorn Pancakes


Seen as it was pancake day, Dr Oetker kindly sent us some ingredients to make there Unicorn pancakes. Emily was so excited to open up the package and see lots of multicoloured chocolate chips. Now I am going to be completely honest, Emily doesn't like pancakes, I have tried lots of different recipes with her, and I tried again this year, but she just doesn't seem to like the texture, and therefore she just doesn't end up eating them. She did try them though, and that is always a step in the right direction.

Planning A Trip To Disney


We have been saving up for an abroad holiday for quite some time with no idea where we would actually like to go - well that's not entirely true, there are plenty of places we would like to go, but not all of those are suitable for a family of four. I did originally want to wait until the girls were older before we booked a holiday for them, but recently I have started to think about booking a holiday before Emily starts school.

Little Mini Egg Cheesecakes


As I'm sure you all know by now, Emily and I love to get our bake on. She absolutely loves being in the kitchen and helping out as much as she can. It's something that the two of us can do together, and I really think that it has helped us keep our close relationship since Isabelle has been born. We decided since the shops are now full of mini eggs, we would create something 'Easterish'. Emily's favourite chocolate's at Easter time are Smartie Mini Eggs, so I knew that would be the one chocolate she wanted to include in our bake. In the end, we settled upon mini cheesecakes, and I'm so proud of how they turned out I thought I would share the recipe with you.

Rustlers Burger Hacking Challenge

Rustlers set us a really fun Burger Hacking challenge, and I was pretty happy to take part. Emily loves chicken burgers, and often we buy the double pack southern fried chicken burgers as part of our weekly shop, as Emily really enjoys them, and thinks they are the ultimate treat. They are also perfect for busy weekends, as we can pop one in the microwave and within no time she has eaten her lunch and we can head back out the door again. They are quick, convenient and really affordable.

Isabelle's 7 Month Update


How is my little bug 7 Months, honestly before I know it she will be one. I think as the months pass by I feel a little bit more emotional with Isabelle than I ever did with Emily, just because I know that she is my last. With Emily, there was always that chance that we might decide to have another, this time that's gone. She is definitely our last. Anyway, back to her actual update this month her personality has really blossomed, she is constantly chatting, and babbling to us.

Clingfilm Painting With Isabelle


Coming up with various different ways to craft with a baby can be tricky, We all know that babies love nothing more than sticking everything in their mouth and that is not always ideal - especially when your painting. When Emily was a baby, we did lots of clingfilm painting, and she loved it. It's such a simple activity, and even better its great for parents who don't really like a mess - because there isn't any mess, like at all. Brilliant right?
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