The last couple of days were more about fitting in what we hadn’t already done, who we hadn’t met and rides we wanted to do again! Another super early start on day 4, and the queues to meet the characters we already really long. We had not yet met Donald in our three trips, so we waited 45 minutes to meet him. We love Donald!! Mason was still loving the Tula ❤️                                                 I love this photo!…

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We got up early again for extra magic hours and jumped in the characters queues straight away – it was amazing how busy it was already. I loved the Disney Easter Eggs that were dotted around the park.          First we met Chip & Dale. They were so fun – and the wanted to take Ollie home with them haha – as Ollie kept telling us layer ‘mummy chip and dale wanted to keep me’. Bless him! The sun was at the wrong angle so Izzie had a case of watery eyes – she cannot take photos…

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Ollie has outgrown all of last years clothes except a few of his tshirts and a couple of jumpers. As he is going to be at preschool 4 mornings a week 9-1 he will mainly wear a preschool sweatshirt and jeans, a decent coat and shoes. However he does need some clothes for Thursday’s and the weekend, so these are my picks…shopping trip ahoy!! Joules Long sleeve t-shirts £21.95 each  (Lion & Dinosaur) – I saw these the other day in store, and the mouths have a velcro opening, which is right up Ollie’s street. He has a few Joules…

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We woke up early every morning of our Disneyland Holiday (6.30am) – we had two reasons for this – 1. If you get to breakfast any later than 7.15am the queues are stupidly long, and it turns into a bunfight, and 2. EXTRA MAGIC HOURS. If you are after a relaxing holiday, Disneyland is not the place for you. For anyone who hasn’t been to Disneyland Paris before, EMH is a huge perk of staying in a Disneyland hotel – you are allowed into the Disneyland park from 8am-10am before guests that aren’t staying in a Disney hotel. However ,…

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Monday 11th July 2016 We hear people talking about mummy guilt a lot, but what about mummy doubt? As a mum I feel like I spend a lot of my time questioning things. Am I making the right decisons? There is no instruction manual that comes with a baby. You can read all the pregnancy books you want, but nothing can really prepare for every aspect of being a parent. When Izze was born, neither myself or Ell had looked after a baby before – changed a nappy or anything. In the begining, we pretty much winged it and learnt…

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