I'm back after nearly a fortnight off blogging! It wasn't a conscious decision to take a short break, more the fact I have been pretty busy with 'real life' things and a short trip to Devon left me with no WiFi - oh the horror! It was good to have a little time away though and I'm back feeling refreshed and ready to write. I'm planning on doing a bit of a 'catch up' post in the next couple of days, as well as an Arthur update as he's come on so much in the last month or so. I also really want to discuss our weaning journey so far and talk about some of our favourite products to use. I have a blog post list as long as my arm (and I have pretty long arms) to work my way though, so the short time away has definitely done me good!
But for now I just wanted to share a quick post about an exciting project I've been involved with called Best of British: 101 Ideas for Having Fun with the Kids This Summer. The Hatchbag Company has collaborated with more than 100 British bloggers to put together an eBook full of fun things you can do with your little ones this summer. It features some really unique ideas, including free activities, exciting adventures and interesting places to visit, with something for kids of all ages (and their parents) to enjoy! My contribution was a free countryside activity that is great for getting the kids off the XBOX and out in the fresh air. If you want to find out more and check out the other 100 ideas, head on over to The Hatchbag Company blog where you can download the guide for free!