The Siblings Project {July 18}

 One minute they're best friends, the next they're arguing, pushing and shoving or throwing the other's toys and telling tales on each other. I guess that's just normal for all close siblings that are in each other's pockets almost 24 hours a day. Sometimes it's still difficult for them to share not only things like toys or clothes but also us and our attention. They shout about who was talking first, telling me a story or asking a question, mostly while I'm trying my best to concentrate on driving!

Snapshots & Scenes from June 18

 June was a really lovely month for us. I felt like we spent a lot of time outside and it has been good for the boys to be out in the garden instead of being on the tablet or watching tv. We've eaten outside, read books outside, played tennis, badminton and frisbee.  I think the highlight of the month for me was Ethan losing his first tooth. It felt like such a milestone and he already has the big one growing behind.

5 Date Night Prep Tips – Guest Post by Brigitte Evans

Oh my god, a date! With a total hottie! You’re probably excited, pleased, and just a little terrified of the whole thing. While this is only a date, it’s still a little stressful to get back in the game, particularly if you’ve been single for a while. Or hey, maybe you’re in a long-term relationship and simply want to have a really fun evening with your sweetheart to celebrate all the good stuff you’ve got going on. Either way, what you need right now is to indulge yourself in some relaxing pampering. To help you out, we’ve got some tips ready that will make your date’s jaw drop from how hot you are. Ready to look gorgeous? Read on!

Me & Mine Project {June 18}

June has gone by in a blur of school runs, swimming lessons, karate, football practice, work. We've had some fantastic weather and are in the middle of a heat wave at the moment.  I love the warm weather but on the other hand, if you've followed my Instagram or Facebook page, you'll know that we've been having a tough time getting the boys to settle down to sleep at night.