Days out with a toddler: Dorset

We recently returned from a glorious week in delightful Dorset with the mancub who is two and a half.

We did so much – Dorset may be a small county but it is packed full of beautiful scenery and days out for all ages. Continue reading “Days out with a toddler: Dorset”

Days out with a toddler: Howletts Wild Animal Park

We love a zoo, and are spoilt for choice in Kent as we have plenty within a 90-minute drive, Howletts being one of them.

As always pennies are tight and we did a bit of research to find deals and the cheapest place to visit,

Most places offered adult admission for around the £20 mark and most charged for children two and over; a little naughty in my opinion – especially when a child ticket is a couple of pounds less than an adult… Continue reading “Days out with a toddler: Howletts Wild Animal Park”

Days out with a toddler: Proms in the Park(Whatman Park – Maidstone)

Just a little outside of Maidstone Town Centre is a lovely park we found by accident last year.

Whatman Park is on the banks of the River Medway and is a true hidden gem tucked out-of-the-way and a lovely place for picnics and peace away from busy roads and noise. Continue reading “Days out with a toddler: Proms in the Park(Whatman Park – Maidstone)”

Boogie Monsters – a live gig for the whole family

Pre-baby I loved to go out-out most weekends and dance the night away or catch live bands; as we all know life changes completely post-baby and now me and the hubs are lucky if we catch five minutes to dance in the kitchen let alone go out-out.

On a particularly terrible two/tantrum related stressful day last week I spotted a poster outside my local theatre for something that really intrigued me. Continue reading “Boogie Monsters – a live gig for the whole family”