Family Holiday Haven for October break or 2016 – near London – mobile-tastic!

I wasn’t a mobile home/holiday camp person. It wasn’t me. Some accommodation fell through in London, we were desperate. We googled. We found Haven Holiday Park in All Hallows, Kent – an hour’s… Continue reading

EVER HEARD OF PAXOS: IT’S A PARADISE FOR FAMILIES?

I’m privileged to be a guest writer on Family Friendly HQ reviewing the idyllic island of Paxos. Click here to find out if this easily accessible piece of paradise would work for your family? “Family Friendly HQ… Continue reading

All aboard for Thomas Land!

For your little Thomas the Tank Engine fan… Looking to cross the pond next year?   Several Scottish readers will have taken their tots to a Day Out with Thomas at the Caledonian… Continue reading

Photo Journal – Last Days of Summer, Lunan Bay, Scotland

Today. One of the best beaches on the east coast of Scotland. Last of the summer heat.  Picnic.  Paddling. Lunan Bay – closest city Dundee, closest town Montrose, nearby airports Edinburgh and Aberdeen.… Continue reading

Ten Reasons Why You Should Fly with your New Baby Now!

For first time mums or dads flying with a young baby can be daunting.  It took me six months to build up the courage to fly with my firstborn so now I’ll tell… Continue reading

France, Loire-Atlantique & Brittany – you won’t believe the Elephant

A week based in the Loire Atlantique on the west coast of France.  4 flights.  A hire car.  A tall toddler, a child so big the air hostess asked, ‘Is that an infant?”… Continue reading

Visiting London – is Kew on cue for kids???

Run, run, run, fall, stumble, cry, holler, head, heels, head, heels, run again…  Repeat.  Repeat.  Repeat.  Being a toddler in the countryside is dramatically similar to being a toddler in a densely populated city… Continue reading

Ireland Part II – Ten Things to Do in Killarney and Beyond…

Mr Baby shares the second instalment of his Irish Road Trip.  Ten things to do in the stunning Killarney, County Kerry and on the way home via Cork and Belfast. 1 – Visit… Continue reading

A Snapshot of the Isle of Lewis

Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words.  The Isle of Lewis is a place of mythology, blustery adventure, windburnt cheeks, standing stones and wild wildlife.  Children run free on isolated beaches, disturbing… Continue reading

Ten Reasons Why Babies Cry on Planes

1 I have a vast audience – they’re gonna love me. 2 I like the new echo and resonance of my voice on this plane – I want to hear it some more.… Continue reading