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Top tips to soothe your anxiety when flying with children

This post was done in collaboration with Travelstart For the longest time, Rushdi has been begging us to go on a plane. He loves all things to do with transportation so every time we go to the airport it’s with much excitement but we also leave with much sadness when he realises we’re not getting on a plane. But we’ve still not taken the plunge because, to be honest, the thought of flying with my children sends chills down my spine. But with Travelstart having some great deals on  ...

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Our holiday to The Baths

During the December and January holidays while everyone was gallivanting about dieing the summer holiday, I was the poor soul who was working through because our intern’s contract had ended, I didn’t have any family obligations or a kid who gets school holidays and someone had to make sure Parent24 didn’t burn to the ground. So I took 2 weeks off between my birthday and our wedding anniversary. We went away to a place in Citrusdal called The Baths. I’ve been twice  ...

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Trailer Park Living at Old Mac Daddy

On Sunday morning we packed up and headed out to the Old Mac Daddy luxury trailer park in Elgin. A while back I won a one night stay with Natasha Clark over on Raising Men and the weekend finally arrived. We added an additional night on because I was having a SERIOUS case of Novemberitis and seeing as I’m working through December, I needed a little something to carry me through. After driving through some beautiful farmland, we finally arrived at around 3pm and The Munchkin was fast  ...

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Highs and Lows

Because for some reason I am incredibly tired today and also lazy, and because I can think of nothing more boring right now than a “…and then we did this, and then we did that” story. I am bullet pointing it up in here: Highlights A weekend without the Gollum birds*! YAY! Beautiful, peaceful scenery (except for the kids – kids are noisy!) and we were surrounded by forests. Awesome hot springs. There are 5 hot pools and they get warmer as you ascend the stairs. The  ...

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