Wednesday 28 June 2017

15 Moana quotes for Mindfulness

Recently i've had a few lapses with my postnatal depression and therefore I am trying my hardest to focus on some mindfulness techniques. As you know I love Disney. I like to read Disney quotes to help me reflect and put a smile on my face. 

Incase you missed them you can read my older posts in the series my clicking the following links, Winnie the Pooh and Beauty and the Beast.

Next up in my series is Moana. Moana has some truly inspiring quotes and lyrics which are great for reflection.

Image from Flickr via

1) Fear holds you back

2) Know your purpose

3) You will do great things, but first you must learn who you are meant to be 

4) Scars can heal and reveal just where you are 

5) The gods aren't the ones who make you Maui, you are 

6) They have stolen the heart from inside you. This is not who you are. You know who you are

7) There is nowhere you could go that I won't be with you 

8) Come what May, I know the Way 

Image from Melissa Hillier on

9) There comes a day, when you're gonna look around, and realise happiness is, where you are

10) But this does not define you

11) I can make us strong

12) And when we look to the future, there you are

13) What's beyond that line? Will I cross that line

14) You can be a hero

15) One day i'll know, How far i'll go


Tuesday 27 June 2017

New Chuggington Toy Range

Eva and Ophelia are both fans of the TV series Chuggington so they were delighted to be asked to review a brand new toy range which has recently launched. Unfortunately they arrived whilst we were on holiday so we had to eat a while to receive them and collect them.

The new collection features 24 little chuggers and ConnecTrax pack. They come in a sealable carry bag which is great for storing them in. They are suitable for ages 2 years and up but as you can imagine, Ophelia who is 19 months old, is also having fun with the set with her older sister.

What makes these toys extra special and unique is that they are actually compatible with most other pre-school systems which is perfect for us as we have many other tracks and trains. I think this is such a fab feature as we can connect them together for extended fun and games.

The trains themselves are made our of rubber, except the wheels which are plastic. This makes them feel nice and soft for small hands and means they are easy to grip unlike the other die cast ones we have at home. This also means they are lightweight which is ideal for taking out and about with us on adventures. They are great entertainment for if we are going out for a meal or away for the weekend.

Eva found the tracks easy to put together. They don't have a magnetic join, they simply slot together by links. Finally a track she can build by herself. 

Overall, we think they are a great set for preschoolers. I do think Eva will outgrow them quickly but Ophelia will be able to enjoy them for quite a few years to come. They look exactly like they do on the tv show which is great, they are easy to hold and the tracks are simple to put together. Even though they are soft to hold, they are very sturdy and they are surviving lots of bashing about.
We would have liked to have seen a few more pieces of track in the set but as we have other tracks at home that wasn't an issue for us.

You can keep up to date with the latest Chuggington toy news over on twitter at @Jazwares and @Chuggington.

*Thank you to Chuggington, Jazwares and Playtime PR for gifting us with these toys in exchange for our honest opinion*


Monday 26 June 2017

My favourite LBD by River Island

The 'Little Black Dress' or LBD as it's better known is something that every woman should own in her wardrobe. Some fashion rules are plain stupid, this one is gospel. Think of it like an oath. When you start becoming fashion conscious you should take this oath and swear that you will buy and own an LBD for the rest of your life. 

The LBD is simple yet effective. It's intended to be versatile, flattering, a head turner and something that will stand the test of time in your wardrobe. It's something that can be dressed up or down and will suit every occasion you have to attend. Think of it as an investment.

The LBD stems from the wonderful Coco Chanel in the 1920's. It was later when Vogue published a sketch of one of her designs that the concept was formed. It then become a staple piece for every fashion icon through time. When I think of fashion icons in an LBD, I think of Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Sophia Loren, Jackie Kennedy, Kate Moss, Victoria Beckham, Olivia Palermo and most recently HRH Kate Middleton.

When I was younger an LBD for me was a body con dress whether it be a maxi or midi. If you've read some of my previous fashion posts before, you will know that since having my girls, I am extremely body conscious and quite unconfident. This usually turns my much beloved shopping days into the stuff of nightmares.

However, as time goes on I am starting to get passion for fashion back along with some body confidence. I am beginning to embrace my post baby shape, after all, how can I not like something that produced 2 beautiful little girls? 

On a recent shopping trip in River Island, I came across a gorgeous black dress. At first I wasn't sure whether it was a playsuit or a dress. Its style was unusual and to be honest, I didn't think it would suit me but I knew if I didn't try it on I would regret it.

I took a size 12 and a 10 into the changing room with me. I tried the size 12 on first and I fell in love. It looked perfect. It was everything you needed in an LBD and more. It was quite loose so I decided to give the 10 a go. This is where I usually end up in a strop as I can't get clothes over my hips or chest. 

The 10 slipped on like a glove and hugged my body like a dream. I was ecstatic. It certainly gives me a fantastic shape and hides my mum tum which is always a bonus. I adore the tie neck neckline and the front split. It gives the dress the wow factor.

I don't get out much these days but on the 2 occasions I have done over the last couple of months I have worn this dress. I was hoping to capture some more fashionable shots rather than just being infront of my garden fence but with 2 young girls, I just haven't had the time or energy.

If you're looking for an LBD then I can't recommend this one enough. You can get it here, Black Dress for £45. Do you own any Little Black Dresses?


Wednesday 21 June 2017

This is PND for me

Every time I think of my Postnatal Depression (PND) journey, there is one thing that makes me very upset and that is how long I suffered before I was diagnosed. I don't blame this on anyone and I certainly don't blame my health visitor. In fact she was the one that picked up on my strange behaviour and finally got me to admit everything. I believe it was overlooked on my part due to my total lack of understanding of the mental illness. 

Before I had a better understanding of PND I thought that depression presented itself in one way only, which was all doom and gloom. I thought you had to be crying constantly and basically locking yourself away. Don't get me wrong I do have those emotions and actions but actually my PND presents itself in many different forms.

I think this is such an important thing to comprehend when you are dealing with PND yourself or trying to help someone who is a sufferer. I couldn't recognise my PND as I was dealing with many different symptoms, many of which you may not necessarily associate with a mental health problem.

This is how my PND presents itself, this is PND for me:
  • A low mood - This sometimes lasts an hour, sometimes a few hours, sometimes a day, sometimes a week and sometimes it's extremely prolonged and can last for weeks.
  • Irritable - Every little problem bothers me and I snap very quickly.
  • Feeling ill - When I am suffering I always have a headache or I feel sick.
  • Feeling overwhelmed - The usual day to day tasks that I normally do become too much for me to handle.
  • Lack of concentration - This is always a contradictory symptom as I usually go into overdrive when I have bad days and I create lists of tasks to myself of things I need to achieve which then leads me to have no concentration at all. I am quite zoned out when I am suffering. I am an aware of anything going on around me.
  • Rage - This is one of the surprising symptoms. I become so angry. Everything and anything gets me angry. I have no tolerance for anything. When I was very bad I actually used to smash things to let out my rage.
  • Scary thoughts - This one always frightens me. I constantly run through 'what if' scenarios and send myself into a bit of an emotional frenzy.
  • Insomnia - When I am suffering, I don't sleep. If i'm not crying then I am running through lists in my mind etc and I just can't shut it off.
  • Feeling Guilty - Mum guilt is everywhere in my life but when I am having a lapse with my PND, I feel guilty about everything. I always say I am a rubbish mum and I always feel like I've let my girls down.
  • Comfort eating - My goodness can I put on some weight when I am going through this. I literally eat anything and everything in site to attempt to make myself feel better.
  • Crying - Sometime I cry hysterically for hours on end. I lock myself away and scream.
  • Laughter - This is a symptom I never would have recognised. Sometimes I am unusually happy, I am overly smily and I am constantly laughing. This is a charade. This is to cover up how I am really feeling. I become very silly and very excitable. It's very up and down behaviour. 
  • Workaholic - I get the sense of urgency to please anyone and everyone. I don't like the idea of failure and I like to look busy. I will take on way too many tasks and immerse myself in work, not wanting to let anybody down and especially not myself. 
  • Having cabin fever - I refuse invitations from friends and family. I shut myself away and  make excuses not do to things.
  • Lack of confidence - When I am suffering I lack confidence in every part of my life. That being my body, my mind, my personality, my clothing, my ability to parent etc.
  • Exhaustion - I get so tired. My mind is heavy and my body is heavy.
  • Noise Sensitivity - Suddenly noises all become very loud. Everything hurts my ears and it's all too much.
I'm still yet to overcome my mental illness, maybe I never will but I am now able to recognise my behaviours and symptoms and so is my husband. It's very hard to understand the behaviours of someone with PND when they can present in so many different ways. I guess it's important to recognise erratic behaviour and over compensating when they experience different emotions. 

Some people will never understand how I can behave in these ways especially those that are closest to me and that is because they just aren't used to seeing me that way. Just know that if you have a friend or relative that suffers with PND that they are doing just that. They are suffering. This is not something they asked for. It may change them but if you look closely they are still there deep down. They just need that bit of extra support and patience. 


Travelling with the Omnio stroller

As a family we love to travel. We've never let having children stop us from enjoying travelling the world, we've just embraced it. I won't lie, sometimes family travel can be stressful but the majority of the time it's wonderful. Thankfully there are lots of great products being invented to help make travelling with children easier and stress free.

One of these wonderful inventions is the Omnio Stroller. The stroller was designed by two parents who were looking for something on the market that helped them with days out, travel and the day to day struggles with venturing anywhere with a pushchair. They are from Wales and are a British business which I love. I think it's always great to support anything made from home.

We were recently sent a stroller to review which arrived just in time to take with us on our family holiday to Florida last month. We knew this would be a great opportunity to road test its use when travelling as we would be using it an the airport, at the theme parks and in general day to day. This post will focus on using the Omnio at the airport. 

One of the things that impressed hubby and I was how compact it is when it is folded. We had to drive to the airport and as you can imagine there was hardly any space in the car. Between the 2 adults, 2 kids and car seats, 3 big suitcases and hand luggage, there was little space for a stroller but we obviously had to take one. Luckily, the Omnio folds into a perfect compact size which fits neatly into tight spaces. We actually had it on the floor behind the passenger seat.

Once we arrived at the airport I was able to wear the stroller on my back like a rucksack. This is one of its special, unique features. Both the girls were super excited to be at the airport so they wanted to walk around and explore. 
All of the airport staff were very curious and amazed at the stroller. They all wanted to have a good look at it and were asking lots of questions. 
When we got to security I was very grateful that I had the Omnio. I was able to simply take it off my back and pop it on the x-ray belt with ease. There was no faffing around and it all took literally seconds. Even if one of the girls had been in it at the time, it still would have been a quick and easy process. It folds down very quickly and as i've already mentioned it's compact so you're not worrying about bashing any other passengers with the end of your stroller (yes I have done that before). 

After running around the airport like a lunatic, Eva wanted to be chauffeur driven to the aeroplane. This is one of the great things about the Omnio, it can be used roughly up to the age of 5 unlike other strollers. 

As always we were running a bit late to get to the gate. You know what it's like when you have kids, you are always chasing your tail and then there's toilet breaks etc to contend with. We flew from Manchester airport which is a very big and very busy airport. There were hundreds of people everywhere and of course our gate was quite a walk away from us. This is where the strollers' awesome wheels kicked in to play. 

Daddy took control of the stroller like some kind of racing driver. Lewis Hamilton eat your heart out. The Omnio is very agile which is a result of its ultra responsive wheels. He was able to dodge, weave, pull some swanky backward driving manoeuvres and basically beat everyone to the finish like (aka the gate) in record speed. 
The wheels have a series of curved rollers which allow the stroller to be moved traditionally and also side to side. Daddy and Eva loved this feature. They regularly practised their 'drifts' as they called them, but that's another story. You'll be able to view that in an upcoming youtube video. 

We decided to leave the stroller at the gate. You can actually take it onto the cabin section of the aircraft but we had enough hold allowance for us to leave it underneath. The ability to be able to take it onto the cabin is a fab feature. If you're travelling short haul and are limited on your weight and baggage allowance etc then you can simply carry it onto the plane like a rucksack and leave it in the overhead compartment. This is also handy if you are taking car seats etc too. Most airlines allow limited baby items to be taken without having to pay extra.

Once we arrived in Florida we were able to pop Ophelia in the stroller whilst we were collecting our suitcases. We then made our way to exit the airport. This was like the Krypton factor itself (yes I remember that show). There were various obstacles in our way to get out of the airport but thankfully the stroller was one less thing to worry about. We had stairs, lifts, escalators, heavy suitcases and no help to contend with. The Omnio is very versatile for these such problems as it's light to carry (even when a child is in it), you can fold it up quickly, carry it on your back or simply push it. 

Overall, we found the Omnio stroller perfect for using around an airport. It certainly made our experience a lot easier. Both of the girls enjoyed being in it and both hubby and I found it light to carry and easy to manoeuvre. It's the ideal accompaniment for travel loving families.

Make sure you pop back to my blog soon so you can read about how we got on with it at the Disney theme parks and a review of the stroller overall. 

You can buy one in black, teal or red from various retailers, Stockists which also now includes Mothercare. 

*Thank you to Omnio for sending us a stroller in exchange for our honest opinions*


Sunday 11 June 2017

A Timeline of the Mum Hangover

You've got an invite out. Childcare is sorted. You've had the date arranged for months as let's face it, that's how long it takes you and your friends to sort out a date you can all make. The big night arrives. You've been ready since 6pm as you're excited to dress up for a change. You go out thinking you can still handle your drink. Through excitement you drink a bottle of wine in less than an hour. You do shots. You drink, you have fun. You make it through the night, still feeling epic and stumble into a taxi in the early hours of the morning thinking Mama's still got it. You get home, you start to feel a bit wobbly. You open the bedroom window. You jump into bed and bam, let the Mum hangover commence. 

3.00am - Your tummy starts hurting. You're tossing at turning. You feel like you've been asleep for hours but when you look at the clock it has only be 15 minutes.

3.20am - You can't shake that rumbling in your belly. Are you going to be sick? Yes you're going to be sick? No it's ok, you feel fine.

3.22am - Oh shit where's the toilet. Yep you've been sick. You hate yourself and you're never drinking again.

3.30am - You get back into bed. Back into that deep sleep.

3.50am - You're gonna be sick again. This time you take a pillow with you to the toilet. Doesn't that bathroom look like the most comfiest bedroom in the world right now.

4.30am - The baby starts crying. Oh for FFS!!! You get up, you wobble your way to the nursery. Your head is pounding. You deal with the baby and stumble back to bed.

6am - Your child has come into the room. What's that bouncing on the bed. Your head is pounding. They are using your body as a trampoline. OH MY GOD. You look at the clock and realise you've had about an hours sleep. You reluctantly get up. You feel better than you thought. Uh oh is Mama still pissed?

6.10am - You lie on the sofa, you're very tired. TV is the only way to occupy your child. Peppa Pig it is.

6.30am - You are cursing that damn Pig. Your ears are still ringing, your head is still pounding. That theme tune is going around and around in your head. You find some paracetamol.

7.30am - Breakfast time. You really want a greasy fry up. You make one. The kids want cereals. However, when they see your breakfast they want it. You pass it over cause that's what mums do and you eat the bowl of rice krispies. 

7.45am - Your tummy is turning over. You're not going to be sick again surely?

8.30am - You feel like you've been awake for a lifetime. Could this day get any longer. You decide to get dressed and attempt to do something. You jump in the shower and the scent of Tequila and Sambuca starts oozing from your skin. Where's the toilet??!!

9.00am - You try and help get the kids dressed. Yes child wear whatever you want. You attempt to change the baby but as you kneel down your whole body starts feeling heavy as if a rock has just landed on your back. Your head is thumping. You want to cry. You question your existence and your life.

11.00am - TV has become your best friend today. You've plonked the kids in-front of it and have found the reruns of Paw Patrol almost hypnotic. It's made you paralysed to the sofa. You just can't move.

12.00pm - Kids have raided the treat cupboard. Finally an epic idea you can jump on board with. Yes kids let's eat everything and that crisp sandwich sounds like an awesome idea for lunch.

13.00pm - Your eyes are heavy. Every inch of your body is aching. Maybe you're getting the flu? Why does your body hurt so much to move? It couldn't possibly be all the alcohol or the dancing you did. You proclaim your innocence to everybody. It wasn't the alcohol, you are a responsible person after all. You're definitely coming down with something.

15.00pm - You're head is still pounding but now it's also from the lego that's being bashed on your head constantly. Suddenly every noise becomes unbearable and loud. The jumperoo tune is going constantly, Nick Jr songs are on repeat. You question how loud your child is. Maybe they have a problem with their hearing? They can't be that loud surely?

16.00pm - You're counting the hours down until bedtime. You hate your life!

17.00pm - Dinner time! Whoooooop! You've been ravenous all day. You gulp it down in record time but that tummy cramp comes back.

18.00pm - You have a date with that beloved toilet again. Vom! You've also been at this toilet with your bad belly more times than you care for. You've pooped more times than your baby does in a day. You question what has happened to your body.

19.00pm - You've made it to bedtime. Routine goes out of the window, No bath this evening, no bedtime story, let's just all go to sleep. 

20.00pm - You're going to have an early night cause you're so tired. But wait, you've got so much to do. School uniforms to prepare, ironing, washing, cleaning. 

21.00pm - You are never, ever drinking again. You've told everyone, next time you will just have one drink and be sensible. This has been the longest day in the history of the world.

23.30pm - The baby is crying. Do I ever get any sleep? Ever!!?!!!! You and your partner have a barny. You get up and deal with the baby.

23.45pm - You reach for more paracetamols but you've popped so many that day you've ran out. You curse. You curse everything.

6.00am the following day - Boing, boing. Wakey, wakey. It's a new day but that body of yours still feels heavy and you're still tired.

16.00pm the following day - You're still tired, your body still aches all over. You declare you are never, ever going out again. You keep asking yourself why were you so stupid? Why was I so irresponsible?

13.00pm +2 days - Why are you still so tired? You still feel rough. You're too old for all this shit! Never again.

20.00pm + 3 days - You receive a message in your what's app group conversation with your mates. How fun was the other night? When shall we do it again? You arrange a date. See you in 3 months.

Thank you to Pudding and Chops for sending me these hilarious milestone cards. You can get your own alternative milestone cards here, Pudding and Chops.


Saturday 10 June 2017

Celebrating World Gin Day with the Park Plaza Cardiff

You may or may not know but today is World Gin Day. Now I can honestly say some of these food and drink days never make much sense to me but this one I can certainly jump on board with as I am a self proclaimed Gin lover. 

When I was younger I have to admit I thought Gin was somewhat of a nana drink consumed by the old people of society. It certainly wasn't a drink I wanted to try and when I did I wasn't keen. However, all that changed as I grew older. Since motherhood you will always find bottles of Gin stacked in my cupboard. After all how could I call myself a mum blogger if I didn't drink Gin. If i'm not drinking a bottle of Rioja, you will find me with a Gin and tonic in hand.

Gin drinking has certainly evolved over the years. Gone are the days when you would have a simple Gin and Tonic (G&T). You can now enjoy Gins in different flavours, with different tonics and accompaniments and in various cocktails. Move over Vodka, Gin is now the drink of choice for the cool people.

When the Park Plaza Cardiff contacted me and asked if I would like to come along to their Laguna Bar and sample their new Gin and Tonic menu, it was an offer I was not going to refuse. Their new menu contains 19 different kinds of Gin which can be paired with Fever-Tree premium tonic waters. 

The intimate event was held a couple of nights ago for a few local bloggers who all have a passion for Gin. It was lead by bartender Adam who is a gin-thusiast who was absolutely brilliant and very knowledgable.

He guided us through a Gin journey which saw us trying 5 different Gins; Sipsmith, Brecon, Caorunn, Opihr and Monkey 47. I'd previously tried Sipsmith but all the others were a new experience for me.

My favourite of the sampling menu was the Scottish Caorunn. Adam prepared the drink with an Apple garnish and Elderflower tonic mixer. It was like nothing i've ever tasted in the Gin world. It was fruity, refreshing and instantly transported me to a summers day. 

I learnt a lot about Gin pairings and what garnishes work best with what types of Gins. I'll fully admit that I only ever used to use a Lemon or Lime in my Gin but thanks to Adam's expertise I am now a Gin snob, hehe. It was a fab evening with lots of delicious food and drink and great company. I am certainly looking forward to going back to Laguna Bar and trying out the rest of their extensive menu. 

Photo taken by The Park Plaza


Sunday 4 June 2017

Personalised handprint charm by Hand on Heart Jewellery

Before we went on holiday I was asked if I would like to receive a piece of personalised jewellery from Hand on Heart Jewellery to share on my blog. After browsing their website I couldn't say no.

Hand on Heart specialise in hand and footprint jewellery and gifts. They are made using your loved ones prints. Once you decide what you'd like to to order a special kit is then sent to your door which you can then return by post or even scan in and send online.

They have a huge range to choose from such as earrings, charms, bracelets, cufflinks etc. The list is endless. I'm a big fan of Pandora jewellery and I have a few necklaces and bracelets with varying charms. When I saw that Hand on Heart made a charm that was compatible with Pandora, I knew that was what I had to order. You can view it here, Pandora Charm.

Once i'd placed the order the kit arrived within days. I left the collection of getting the handprints up to my husband as I was quite busy working long hours away from the house. Stupidly he didn't take any pics (i'm never going to make a blogger out of him). The kit came with paper and a wipe. Hubby was amazed at how it would even work. He wiped the girls hands and then simply placed them on the paper. There was no ink and therefore no mess. This was unlike other times when we've attempted to create handprint art. Imagine paint on every wall/floor in the house and not on the paper. Hubby and the girls were really impressed. Eva actually said it was like magic and really enjoyed making my special gift.

He then posted the picture in the envelope that was provided. As I previously mentioned you can do this online by scanning the handprints in. The actual charm arrived very quickly after sending off the art. Unfortunately it arrived whilst we were on holiday so I didn't get to see it for a few weeks.

When I opened it up I was blown away. The packaging is lovely and it includes a card to let you know who made the gift for you. You also receive the original artwork that you sent off which is a keepsake in itself. The quality is fantastic and the prints are very clear. I loved the fact that I could have both the girls' handprints and initials on the same charm. This is not something I have seen before. As it says, the charm fits perfectly on all of my Pandora Jewellery. I've been swapping between my necklaces and bracelets. 

The charm costs £69 which I think is great value for money. Most of my Pandora charms cost much more than that. This is a unique charm that nobody else will ever have so I think the price reflects the uniqueness. 

You can also get charms made from your pets prints. I think this is such a lovely idea. I would have loved to have something special to remember my old dog by and this is definitely something I will be looking into getting for our current beloved dog, Alfie.

Overall, I am so pleased with my experience of Hand on Heart Jewellery. The range is great, ordering was easy, creating the artwork was stress and mess free, delivery was fast and the quality is fantastic. I adore having a piece of my girls with me which I can carry close to my heart whenever I am away from them.

With Father's day coming up i've been thinking of getting Arwyn something from myself and the girls. I love the idea of getting some of the girls artwork made into a keepsake. 

This keyring has caught my eye and I know he'd love it. You can get it here for £35, Keyring

*Thank you to hand on heart jewellery for sending me my charm in exchange for my honest opinion*


Saturday 3 June 2017

Me and Mine Project - May 2017

I didn't get a chance to share a me and mine post for April because we were busy enjoying ourselves in DisneyWorld. My last update was in March which you can read here if you missed it, Me and Mine March.

April/May has been a couple of the best months of our lives, as a family of four, so far. I honestly have felt so much love and happiness over the last couple of months. Taking our family to DisneyWorld was one of the most incredible experiences and none of us have come down from it.

If you follow me on social media you will have seen our huge surprise. Whilst we were in Disneyworld we renewed our wedding vows. We didn't tell anyone so it was lovely to just announce it through photos. We've been through lots of life struggles in our marriage up until now and our marriage is different now than it was 5 years ago. It was going to be our 5 year wedding anniversary while we were away so we thought it would be a special way to mark the occasion and to have our children to be a part of it. 

We needed to make new commitments to each other and we wanted to show our girls that they mean the world to us whilst also remembering why we got married in the first place which was because we love each other.

The ceremony itself was beautiful. It was quiet and intimate. The girls were fairly well behaved and they both got to be our witnesses. They had to sign the certificate which was super cute.

Disney in itself was a dream come true. Both hubby and I hadn't been for about 18 years so to take our girls there was so special. I'd say it was a once in a lifetime holiday but we have got the Disney bug now and we are desperate to go back.

There were so many amazing moments there. I could spam you with lots of pictures on this post but i've narrowed it to a couple.

This picture was taken on my birthday which we spent at the Animal Kingdom. Mickey Mouse is my all time favourite Disney character so I was just as excited as the kids to meet him. This was one of the first of many times we got to meet him whilst we were there.

This picture was also taken at the Animal Kingdom. It was one of the pictures that was taken by a Disney photographer which you get uploaded to your magic band. I love it. There's not many pics of us all together and all with our eyes open. The ride in the background is Everest which was one of my favourite rides. It's so cool.

Together this month we've loved:
The Sunshine
The Beach
Ophelia learning to sing Let it Go
Half term (hooray for no school runs)

Look out for more blog posts about Disney and our vow renewal coming soon.

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