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in Italy, Lifestyle

Mum and Daughter matching dresses in Tuscany

If anyone knows me, you’ll know I’m not adverse to a bit of “twinning-is-winning” when it comes to dressing myself and my kids. (Much to the horror of my hubby and eye-rolling of my childfree friends). But I have to say, I’m not always as obvious as you might think, meaning my hubby cringes less and our twinning is more on a subtle level. Take our mum and daughter matching dresses in Tuscany this last trip, for example. Rather than wear the exact thing, we opted to twin with colour instead…Continue reading

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UK Family Glamping – Peak District

[gifted-ad This glamping weekend was gifted, however all views are my own. All activities, food etc was paid for and organised by me.]

That’s right, you read correctly…UK Family Glamping! That’s glamping right here in the UK, with the great British weather, under the elements…well sort of! After a recent camping disaster (being that we were wholly unprepared for the freezing cold and lack of luxuries with 2 kids!), it made us yearn after a more “civilised” affair and we weren’t convinced that camping was for us. Then stepped in the lovely team at Ashbourne Heights who told us about their Glamping Safari LodgesContinue reading

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in Italy, Travel

Family Holidays in Tuscany – Part 2 – San Gimignano & Pisa

In this less than summery weather that we’re having in the UK, I can’t help but reminisce back to our sunny Easter family holiday in Tuscany where we visited San Gimignano and Pisa amongst other amazing places. We took our 3.5 year old and 10 month old to Tuscany and enjoyed lots of exploring, eating and drinking (the latter was just us adults though!).

Part 1 included how we got to Tuscany and the local villages of Lari, Palaia and Volterra. In this part, we take you to the city of Pisa (which many write-off as they think it’s only about the tourist trap of the leaning tower) and Volterra’s hilltop enemy of San Gimignano…

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