Learning Personal Survival Skills During Swim Academy Pyjama Week

Each term, Puddle Ducks hold a Pyjama Week – and whilst getting in the pool in your PJs is a bit of a giggle and the lessons are all great fun this is also for a much more significant reason.  If you or your child were to accidentally fall in the pool or any other body of water for that matter, the chances are you are not going to be fully prepared – wearing your swimming costume, hat and goggles.  No, it’s far more likely that you will indeed be fully clothed and believe me this is a whole different ball game.  Being fully clothed in water is a strange experience and one which makes swimming very difficult – your clothes weigh you down, they make it harder to move through the water.  By swimming in our pyjamas several times a year, we are normalising this for our children hopefully removing some of the unfamiliarity should they ever find themselves in water unexpectedly.  Teaching them to swim in their clothes as part of a fun and familiar swimming lesson gives them a head start should the worst happen.

Now that Amy is in Swim Academy things have stepped up a gear and in our most recent Pyjama Week she was also taught skills to help her rescue someone else who is in trouble in the water.  Namely don’t get in yourself but go find help.  She was taught how to lie on her tummy and reach a long object (in this case a woggle but in real life more likely a rope or stick) out to the person in distress to give them something to hold on to.

The rest of the lesson focused on vital life saving skills such as being able to float, to jump in and turn immediately to reach for the side (or safety!), treading water and also how to swim normally in clothes without the hat and goggles she is used to her in Swim Academy lessons.

Puddle Ducks Swim Academy Pyjama Week - Swimming on woggles

Puddle Ducks Swim Academy Pyjama Week - swimming in PJs personal survival skills

Puddle Ducks Swim Academy Pyjama Week

Puddle Ducks Swim Academy Pyjama Week jumping in

Puddle Ducks Swim Academy Pyjama Week reaching for the side

Puddle Ducks Swim Academy Pyjama Week - learning to float

As you can see, Amy thought the whole experience was great fun but, sitting on the side, it was clear that everything Amy was being taught might just save her life in an emergency.  Although the focus of Pyjama Week is specifically on teaching personal survival skills, water safety is a significant feature of any Puddle Ducks or Swim Academy lesson and let’s face it, the main reason most of us send our children for swimming lessons.  Amy is constantly being taught things like reaching for the side, how to tread water or to roll onto her back and float – I’m not convinced Ben and Chloe have ever been taught anything like this in their local council lessons where the focus is . . . well actually I don’t know what the focus is but I guess that’s the point.  When I watch Amy in her Swim Academy lessons I can see exactly why she’s being taught everything she does – be it for personal survival or as a next step towards learning a common swimming stroke like breast stroke or even butterfly (Ben couldn’t believe Amy has already started to learn butterfly at 4 having only recently started to do it himself!)

Pyjama Week is just another reason that we flipping love Amy’s Swim Academy lessons with Puddle Ducks!

*Amy swims with Puddle Ducks Greater Manchester free of charge for the purposes of review however all thoughts and opinions and remain our own*

Grass & Air Light Catcher Mac – Review & Giveaway

Now that spring finally seems to have arrived, it’s time to pack away the big bulky winter coats and swap them out for something a bit lighter.  Of course the British weather can never be trusted so we’re still rocking a waterproof over here in Manchester as we face those April showers!

This spring my girls are wearing matching Grass & Air Light Catcher macs.  Now if you’ve not heard of Grass & Air before, they’re a Manchester based brand with a passion for getting kids outdoors whatever the weather . . . this is an ethos I can get on board with.

Grass & Air Light Catcher rain coats

Sisters wearing matching Grass & Air rain macs

The Light Catcher rain macs are a new addition to the Grass & Air range, similar to their “Rainster” but with a super cool twist – as well as being fully waterproof the Light Catcher macs feature a high tech reflective print which means in normal daylight it is barely visible but when the light hits it, it reveals a cool raincloud print!  In addition to the subtle reflective raincloud print the raincoats also feature reflective zip detailing.  This is a far cry from those reflective yellow arm bands we used to get from the road safety people as kids and I know for sure my Grandad would have flipping loved the idea of a reflective coat!  He was so safety conscious and I hated it, I thought it was boring and totally uncool – not words you could associate with the Grass & Air Light Catcher macs that’s for sure!  My kids have no idea that their rainclouds are actually a really clever safety feature, they just think it’s a bit of a novelty!

Grass & Air Light Catcher with reflective coral zip detail

Grass & Air branding

Of course during the spring and summer months the girls are not likely to be wearing their raincoats in the dark, they are long in bed before the sun sets now, however that doesn’t mean we don’t have plenty of grey, wet days ahead of us – this is Manchester after all!

One of the things that both girls really liked about their new raincoats is that aside from all the practical features I’ve just mentioned above, they’re actually really quite pretty.  The gathered waist detail and longer length made the coats feel grown up and almost dress-like and as such made them an instant win with my girls!

Grass & Air raincloud Light Catcher

Grass & Air longer style raincoat

As you can see from the pictures, both girls have plenty of growing room in their Grass & Air rain macs as well as room for a jumper underneath.  Because of the longer style, the nipped in waist and elasticated cuffs they can get away with their coats being a little big (yes, I am one of those Mums but, if I’m investing in outwear, I want to get as much wear as possible out of it and usually aim for two years!) Amy is wearing age 5-6 and Chloe 7-8 and I would say these are very much true to size – both girls are quite tall and as such are generally wearing a size above their actual ages of 4 and 6 anyway.

Grass & Air Light Catcher raincloud print

matching navy Grass & Air macs

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Planning an Italian Escape

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Dave and I have been lucky enough to travel to Italy fairly recently when we surprised my Mum in Venice for her birthday in November of last year.  We fell in love.  Not with each other (that happened many years ago!) but with Italy itself and we are both keen to return and explore more of what this beautiful country has to offer.  From the food and wine to the relaxed atmosphere, beautiful buildings and gorgeous shops there was just so much to love about Venice and I’m sure that the rest of the country wouldn’t disappoint.

My parents are big fans of Italy having been on more Italian holidays than I can count and they keep threatening to move there in their retirement (though I think they would prefer to refer to it as an “extended holiday” being as how neither of them actually wants to retire!). I think the idea of finding homes to rent in Italy for a few months of the year is extremely appealing to them – do you think they’d want us to visit or do you think they’re actually trying to escape us?!

Family weekend in Venice

Although we already have a family holiday in France planned for May half term and our summer holidays are starting to look pretty busy, I must admit that whilst sitting enjoying a delicious meal of antipasto, pasta and pizza with the kids in Zizzi during the Easter holidays I found myself pining for an Italian break.  That’s not to say we’re not looking forward to our holiday in France, we really are, it’s just more that I was thinking ahead to what we might do next.  Dave and I both agreed we’d like to try and go to Italy with the kids next year.  Previously an annual foreign holiday hasn’t been a thing for us but if we want to make it happen then I guess we need to start thinking about it now!

Although we loved Venice and I’d definitely like to go back, I don’t think it’s somewhere we’d rush to take the kids – aside from the general fear of them falling in a canal, it just didn’t seem the most child friendly of places.  Knowing what a reputation Italy has for being a family friendly country, I was surprised at how few children we saw in Venice however on reflection I think this was mainly to do with the high level of tourism and the fact that people are more likely to be there on romantic city breaks than a family holiday.  (If nothing else all the steps and bridges would be a terrible place to have to take a pushchair!)  And of course, being as how we were there without the kids ourselves, I was far more interested in exploring the city and long leisurely lunches than I was in finding out what was on offer for children.  We had a wonderful time in Venice pottering around the shops, getting ourselves a bit lost and of course taking a ride on a gondola, however the things which we took the most pleasure in would probably have been thoroughly boring to our little team of three!  (That said, nobody is going to turn their nose up at freshly made pizzas and daily gelato are they . . . )

Waterways in Venice

Dave and I would definitely like to return to Italy on a city break (or three) to explore Rome (ticking off key sights such as the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain or the Vatican), Florence, Milan or Naples, but for a family holiday with the children I think I’d be more inclined to check out the beautiful Italian Lakes or coastal towns such as Puglia and Amalfi – I mean is it really a holiday without hot sunny days on the beach and eating your own body weight in gelato?  Of course it’s entirely possible that we would forgo flying in favour of a bit of an extended road trip allowing us to explore more of Italy along the way, before eventually meeting up with my parents in a villa for a week or two!  (Can you tell I’m already there in my mind’s eye?!)

City break in Venice

Although there are obviously a variety of options for holidaying in Italy including a cruise or perhaps an all inclusive hotel break these wouldn’t be my first choice.  Aside from the fact that I think I personally would find them restrictive for this sort of trip, increasingly we are finding that self-catering holiday homes are the best solution for our larger family.  Hotel rooms rarely cater for five and so the additional expense of another room can be quite limiting and also makes it tricky in terms of spending time together if Dave and I have to sleep in separate rooms with the kids!  Renting a villa in Italy for our next family holiday really appeals to me at the moment – it would give us a base from which to explore whilst providing us with the space to spread out and relax without feeling like we are on top of one another.  Of course it also makes it much easier to put the children to bed at a reasonable hour whilst we stay up enjoying a glass of wine or two (for Dave anyway – I’m not really a wine drinker!).  I’m definitely going to start researching our options for an Italian break next summer, and I’m rather hoping we can convince Granny, Grandad and Aunty Nic to come with us too!

Does Italy feature highly on your travel wish list or is it somewhere you’ve already been?  I’d love to know if you have any recommendations for us!

Tried & Tested Tuesday (Week 15 – 2018)

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Good morning and welcome to another Tried & Tested Tuesday.  It’s back to school for us this week and I must admit that I’m enjoying the chance to catch up on some work as well as looking forward to this sunshine we have been promised over the coming week!

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We were super impressed by the rubbish clearance service provided by Clearabee and can’t wait to see how Emma gets on with creating her new home office space!

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We’ve been hearing lots of great things about Treads recently, particularly their 12 month guarantee so weren’t at all surprised to read that Jocelyn is loving them too!

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Siblings – April 2018

As I write this month’s Siblings post, we are nearing the end of what has felt like the longest Easter holiday ever.  I think with Easter weekend itself being right at the start of the holidays and the fact we had Dave off with us for a week, the holidays have lingered on beautifully, it really does feel like we’ve been off for such a long time.  I’d like to tell you that we’re all well rested and ready to go back but after a lot of late nights this week and some lazy lie ins, I fear Monday morning might be something of a challenge for us all.

For the most part my little team have got on pretty well over the last month – we’ve had some lovely family time, both adventures and more lazy days at home.  The three of them have invented more imaginary games and scenarios than you can shake a stick at – and mostly I love them but I must admit that the voices that go along with this pretend play grate on me after a while and I have to send them upstairs to carry on their game!  There has been a little bickering and some frayed tempers but mainly just love – I caught Chloe and Amy snuggled up on the sofa together watching tv yesterday morning, mirror images of one another and my heart melted.

I think we’re all ready for the break that school will bring – Chloe and Amy have both said they are looking forward to seeing their friends again and I think they need a break from one another really.Siblings April 2018 Siblings April 2018

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Tile Style Bluetooth Tracker – Review & Giveaway

Tile bluetooth tracker - find lost keys

“Col, where are your keys?”

“I don’t know love? On the side? In my bag? On the table?”

“Why can’t you just put them in the same place every time?”

Welcome to a typical conversation in our house . . . Dave keeps his keys in the pot, where they should be . . . he always knows where his keys are.  Mine on the other hand?  Well I put them down wherever I happen to let go of them after coming in the house – they could be dropped back into my handbag, popped on the dining table, the kitchen side, in the door or, very occasionally, in the pot where they actually belong.  It drives Dave insane and if I’m honest wastes precious minutes of my time when I’m trying to leave the house and can’t find the damn things.

Tile bluetooth tracker - find lost keys

See that little white and gold square on my keys? That’s my new Tile Style – part of the pro range of Tile Bluetooth trackers.

Weighing just 11g and less than 4cm x 4cm, this little beauty is a discreet, stylish addition to your key-ring.  And yet, it’s a complete game changer.  The Tile Bluetooth trackers are the modern day equivalent of those key-rings you used to whistle at in the 80s except this time you use your phone to ring your keys.  Such a simple idea but insanely successful.   Whilst whistling for your keys was never all that effective, your Tile Bluetooth tracker can be reached up to 100ft away and, if it’s too far for that, your Tile app will record it’s last known location.  Oh and the Tile Style is waterproof up to 1.5m deep for up to half an hour, just in case you drop your keys in a puddle or the swimming pool!

And, if you can’t find your phone?  Well then you double tap the button in the middle of your Tile and it will ring your phone for you, even if it is on silent.  This has already proved ridiculously useful as I’m notorious for leaving my phone on silent after a day at work and then not being able to find it – just another thing that drives Dave crackers!

Of course I’ve used my Tile Style on my keys but there’s a whole range of Tile Bluetooth trackers from super slim ones to tuck inside your purse or wallet to tough ones for your sports gear.  Personally I’m tempted to invest in a number of Tile Mates to attach to the kids’ special cuddly toys and I’ve suggested to my Dad that he might want to the get the sport one for his keys too!

The one downside that I’ve come across thus far is that the battery life of your Tile is guaranteed at a year and after that you need to be prepared replace your Tile.  However, this is where the “reTile” program comes in and gives you the opportunity to upgrade to the latest Tile technology at up to 40% discount – you can’t really say fairer than that can you! (Oh, and your Tile is made of 99% recyclable materials too so that’s one less thing to worry about!)

If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning a Tile Style worth £29.99 (and a whole lot of peace of mind) then just enter using the rafflecopter below – ensuring to do this accurately to avoid disqualification.

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Six Years Wed

Today Dave & I have been married for six years.

Bride and groom under bunting at York Maze

I remember at the time feeling like, for us, getting married was almost like a tidying up and rounding off of everything we’d done up until that point.

Traditionally marriage marks a beginning – perhaps of a new shared home or of starting a family. But for us, we had already bought our home, we had two young children and a dog. Getting married wasn’t so much the start of a new chapter but the end of one.

Wedding at York Maze - Bride and Groom with young children

We didn’t have a honeymoon – we had no money, no time and two very little children (Chlo was just 9mo when we wed). I went back to work after my maternity leave just over a week after our wedding.

We never really felt like newlyweds which I remember finding hard at the time. Like we didn’t have exciting things to look forward to, all the big life-changing stuff was done.

York Maze wedding - Bride and groom with confetti

Of course that wasn’t and isn’t true. We have our whole lives to look forward to. Lives full of exciting and life changing stuff that we didn’t know about then and perhaps more we still don’t know about.

In the last six years I left my full time job, we’ve had another baby, we’ve doubled the size of our house, Dave’s been promoted, we’ve been monumentally skint and then turned a financial corner.

The important thing is that we’ve done it together. With Dave by my side I know I can get through just about anything. He makes me laugh, calms me down, takes care of me and knows me better than anyone.

Dave and I have been together for the best part of sixteen years now – our whole adult lives. I couldn’t imagine a life without him.

Could a Chreegal be your Dream Pet?

The guys at Petplan challenged Ben to create his dream pet and, as luck would have it, he had literally been writing a non-chronological report about a made-up creature in his English lessons that week so it made perfect sense for him to put pencil to paper and draw his ‘chreegal’.  Once Ben had created his dream pet, the image was scanned and then custom made for him.  I literally can’t believe how amazing it is – the attention to detail is incredible and it looks exactly like his drawing!  As you can imagine he is absolutely thrilled with this new pet.

This is a chreegal . . .

Pet Plan Dream Pet - Ben's Chreegal

My Dream Pet / Pet Plan - Ben's chreegal

The Chreegal is native to the African Savanna and is part eagle, part cheetah and part rabbit . . .

They are exceptionally rare with only 150 living in the wild – this is due to them being hunted for their beaks which are the sharpest objects known to humans.  They are easily tamed and make good pets.  It’s worth bearing in mind that whilst your chreegal will be happy to live indoors, it does need ready access to large, open outdoor spaces to stretch its wings and tree roots for burrowing.  In terms of creating a living space for your chreegal, they will need some toys to play with and their own cushion on a high up shelf however they are quite active, playful creatures so they spend little time asleep.  Chreegals are carnivores preferring to scavenge fresh meat however they are able to survive on some vegetables thanks to their rabbit genes.  Tame chreegals need four small meals a day and their diet should include chicken, beef and carrots.

Monthly visits to the vet are required as chreegals aren’t great a fighting off germs and diseases.

Of course, pet insurance is an important part of being a responsible pet owner.  Whilst I’m not sure that pet insurance from Petplan would cover a chreegal, it’s certainly worth checking out for your own furry friends! Particularly as they are one of the few pet insurance providers who offer genuine “lifetime” policies.

*This post is in collaboration with Petplan, however all thoughts and opinions are my own (or Bens!)*

Tried & Tested Tuesday (Week 13 – 2018)

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Welcome to another Tried & Tested Tuesday! Hope you are enjoying the Easter holidays, and managing to squeeze in some family time.

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A day out at William’s Den with Joules. We loved this family day out post from Yorkshire Tots to Teens – there are some lovely photos and it’s obvious everyone had heaps of fun!

#TriedTested featured bloggerSticking with the outdoorsy theme, we loved this Go Ape review from Boo, Roo and Tigger Too. We had a go at Go Ape ourselves last year, and the kids really enjoyed it – they keep asking when we can go back!

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Geomag Panels & Mechanics – Review & Giveaway

Ben is basically king of construction in our house. His obsession with all things LEGO started at the age of 4 and he can now confidently put together models aimed at children far older than him. We’ve tried other construction ranges (Meccano, K’nex etc) but nothing has quite grabbed his attention in the same way until now.  When Ben saw the boxes of Geomag he had been sent to review – he couldn’t wait to get his hands on them!

Geomag Panels 464 Set 

The Geomag Panels set consists of  192 pieces – a mix of magnetic bars, steel balls and bright, transparent geometric panels which fit together easily to build stable structures.  Ben started off making a simple structure from the instructions using just the rods and balls before moving on to one of the most complicated structures on the sheet – I did suggest he might be better of building the smaller things first and building up to that once he’d got a handle on how the Geomag Panels worked but no, Ben knew best!

Geomag Panels 192 Set

It didn’t take him long to get to grips with the instructions or how the Geomag pieces worked – and what I was really impressed with was his perseverance when things didn’t quite work for example if he knocked a panel or rod out of place.  This would have driven me insane but he just popped it all back together again and carried on.  Perseverance is a key word in education at the moment and only last week Ben’s teacher was talking to me about the need for him to challenge himself more so when he was happy to persist with building his chosen structure even though it didn’t go right for him first time, I was thrilled.

Geomag Panels - magnetic rods and steel spheres

Geomag Panels - bright coloured panels

Geomag Panels - bridge building

Geomag Panels - building a bridge

Geomag Panels - adding coloured panels for strength

With 192 pieces, this set provides endless possibilities for creating ever evolving constructions – the examples on the instruction sheet are just a starting point to demonstrate what the Geomag pieces can do – I can’t wait to see where Ben takes them next!

Geomag Mechanics set

The Geomag Mechanics range is an evolution of the Geomag Classic line – adding in different shapes and colours which allow you to investigate how magnetic forces can trigger mechanical movement.  Ben has been looking at magnetism at school this half term so he immediately realised that using the magnets to repel one another was going to make his structure rotate and move.

Geomag Mechanics, whilst aimed at age 5+, is a more complex system and as such is intended for more expert players – children who have already got to grips with how the Geomag system works.  Typically Ben decided to have a go at the Geomag Mechanics system first, depsite my suggestions that he might be better of starting with the Geomag Panels set . . .  As he’s 8yrs old and fairly experienced in construction toys, he did manage to make the first Geomag Mechanics build without out too much stress – a little frustration and a few mistakes are of course great for learning!

Geomag Mechanics

Geomag Mechanics

Geomag Mechanics - clear instructions for the build

Geomag Mechanics - magnetic rods and steel balls

Developing fine motor skills with Geomag Mechanics

The sense of achievement when he managed to successfully complete the structure and then make it move, made for a very excited young man!

STEM skills with Geomag Mechanics

The teacher in me of course is dancing at the opportunities for fine motor development, understanding shape, fostering problem solving skills, designing and making . . . Geomag are ticking so many STEM boxes right there!  I think Geomag have as much of a place in the classroom as they do at home.  Maths and Science are very much Ben’s ‘thing’ – he as ambitions to become an inventor and I forsee a future in engineering for him if I’m honest so being able to play whilst developing skills which might help him achieve those ambitions is a bit perfect!

You can buy Geomag at Smyths and The Entertainer and also find them in the following places online:

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