The Mummy guilt of raising twins

September 18, 2015 in child development, Little snippets of twin life, Parenting, Twins by Emma Day

A blog post about all the mummy guilt associated with raising twins!

A letter to my daughter: I can’t believe you are in year 4!

September 3, 2015 in child development, Childhood, education, Parenting, School by Emma Day

I can’t believe that I have a child in year 4 at school! I’m too young to have a child in year 4… I can REMEMBER being in year 4 myself! Today, Bunny started year 4, very very excitedly. Her twin sisters cried when we left her in the school
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All about Stevia : The natural zero calorie sweetener

August 21, 2015 in Food, Health, Life, Reviews, Shopping by Emma Day

This is my friend Steve.   I named him Steve, because he is a Stevia plant. Joy from Pinkoddy has a Stevia plant too. She named hers Evia. Steve is my friend because he is the first plant I have managed to keep alive for more than a month (he’s
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Why I’m going to Prison…

August 19, 2015 in Charity / Awareness by Emma Day

I am going to Prison. I have been sentenced to 24 hours in Shepton Mallet Prison, in Somerset, also known as The Glass House Prison or Cornhill. In 2013 this was the oldest operational prison in the country, where the Kray Twins, Charlie Robinson and Amelia Dyer were all imprisoned. Built in 1610, with walls
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Outdoor ideas for keeping the children entertained

August 17, 2015 in Entertainment by Emma Day

Post written by Claire Louise Sheridan Get Up & Get Outside! It’s the summer holidays, and whilst the sun might not always be out, there are still plenty of ways to have fun outdoors. Whilst loads of mums and dads might be content with sticking the kids in front of
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Sgt. Shepherd Shaun #MySundayPhoto

August 16, 2015 in Days out, Family, Holidays, My Sunday Photo by Emma Day

Two years ago, we took on the Gromit Unleashed Trail in Bristol, an art sculture trail, which is part of The Grand Appeal, raising money for Bristol Children’s Hospital. This year, Aardman Animations launched Shaun in the City – a very similar art sculpture trail, featuring Shaun the Sheep. There
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Tutorfair : Avoid the summer slide with top tips for children’s summer learning

August 14, 2015 in child development, education, Holidays, Parenting, School by Emma Day

I LOVE the summer holidays. I love not having to get up early, rush around and do the school run twice a day. I love being able to spend time with my girls, doing whatever we want, with no ties to education. However, it is important, that over the summer
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Mum on a Mission 24/7 Exercise Programme with Kimberly Wyatt and Instructor Live: Review #MumOnAMission #NewMumFitness

August 7, 2015 in Fitness, Health, Parenting, Pregnancy, Reviews, Sport by Emma Day

The baby, child and parenting experts Kiddicare are keen to do more for new mums, so they teamed up with some great experts to bring together that thing that so many people ignore – postnatal fitness. Together with Instructor Live and Kimberly Wyatt of the Pussycat Dolls, they put on
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I ran Pretty Muddy 2015… what’s next?

August 3, 2015 in #EmmasArmy, Cancer, Charity / Awareness, Fitness, Radioactive mum, Sport by Emma Day

A few weeks ago, myself and a team of five other ladies met at Cheltenham racecourse on a hot sunny day and ran a five kilometre muddy obstacle course for Cancer Research UK. We called ourselves the Fast Food Fighters, because we were all unfit and we all eat far too much takeaway
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Happy Kids and a Lego Cat #MySundayPhoto

August 2, 2015 in Childhood, Days out, Family, Holidays, My Sunday Photo, Photography, toddlers, Twins by Emma Day

  This week we went to LEGOLAND as Bunny was desperate to see the new Heartlake City development. All three girls had a fabulous time, but I particularly loved these two photos of the three of them. The one above with a Lego Cat and the one below, taken on
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