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Children’s Farm Park, Llanfair (REVIEW)

One of the advantages to growing up in a tourist area is that when you go back to visit, you’re never short on things to do. Whether it’s local attractions or a trip to the beach, it’s hard for SB to be bored around here. When we visited for her […]


GUEST POST: Student Parent Stories with Eps And Amy

Welcome to Student Parent Stories, part of The Student Parent Survival Guide! Here I’ll be featuring stories, anecdotes and experiences from parents at all stages of education – whether they’re studying currently, have already finished or are considering it! Today’s guest blog comes from Amy, who blogs at Eps And Amy, and was […]


Family Festival Fun At Geronimo!

January, we meet again. From where I’m writing, I can see out of the window. It’s cold, drizzly and grim… typical January weather. Memories of cosy, crisp December days feel like they happened a million years ago, and the warmth and sunshine of summer feels a lifetime away. I like […]


“Mommy, I Need Help!”

Does any phrase strike more fear into your heart than “Mommy, I need help!”? I think SB has just gone through another Leap (do they still exist for toddlers?) – we had a week or two of grumpiness, waking up in the middle of the night, refusing to sleep etc, […]


A Cephalophobic’s Views On Octonauts

Having exhausted pretty much all of Charlie and Lola on the BBC iPlayer, and with Furchester Hotel over, I am left with no choice but to subject my child to Octonauts. I know everyone raves about this programme, but… seriously? The name itself brings me out in a cold sweat. […]