I wanted to write a quick post on some pitfalls to avoid on your trip to Legoland and some good ideas for the day too.
I am not even sure how it happens, but some days do you ever find yourself looking for one thing on pinterest and six hours later found yourself, somewhere completely different and maybe discovering something new to get into. You know, like your looking for ideas for a birthday party and before you know it, your looking at crazy cat videos or like me, you’re watching interviews with boys with names like Rap Monster and Jimin and discovering J-Hope might be the most wonderfully happy person you’ve ever seen.
I love and hate those times in equal measures. I love finding new things, I hate when you realise you have to be up in about 3 hours and you haven’t slept yet.
I am a massive, massive fan of Harry Potter, books, films, merchandise, clothes… the list goes on and on, I love it all. Strangely enough, until recently I had never visited the Warner Bros Studio Tour. I have three best friends Annie, Charlotte and Becky, we’ve been friends for a long time, and even though we live quite far apart now, I don’t think I will ever be as close to any one or love anyone quite like I do those girls. We have visited Oxford and we plan on visiting York, but as a special treat two of my best friends treated us all to Harry Potter studio tour tickets for our Christmas presents.
Firstly, an apology. I haven’t written as many blog posts as I had wanted to this last month, but I am hoping you will accept
Slight delay on this post – completely my fault I forgot to post it. 😂😀 Continuing from my previous countdown, here are my final and
As National Story Telling week draws to a close, I wanted to share with you my children telling me their very one made up stories.