Saturday, 22 October 2016

Cakes in Costa

Charlotte had an appointment with the opticians so they could check her prescription was OK, which it was, so after a long wait and all the messing about with her eyes, we decided a visit to Costa for some cake and hot chocolate was in order.

How the kids managed to eat a triple chocolate muffin each without feeling sick is beyond me; I was feeling sick just looking at them! But they managed to scoff them and I enjoyed my hot chocolate. It was so cold outside, it really did the trick of warming me up.

I also got myself a new phone today. I have had my S4 for over 3 years now and whilst the phone itself still works great, the camera quality has really deteriorated and my photos are rubbish quality. I love Samsung so I stuck with them and got the S6. I'm not one for changing my phone as soon as a new one comes out or at the end of a fixed contract so the S6 is perfect for me. I can't wait to start taking photos with it as the camera is so much better!

366 Project 2016 - Day 297

Friday, 21 October 2016

Signed Katie Morag Books

Charlotte was so excited to have all 6 of her Katie Morag early reader books signed by the author, Mairi Hedderwick. She loves reading her books and she had the opportunity to meet Mairi recently. She signed all 6 of her books, which was really kind of her. 

366 Project 2016 - Day 296

Letters From Santa - Review and Promo Code

I can't believe in 9 weeks time, we'll be on single figure countdown to Christmas Day. It is one of my most favourite times of the year and I'm really looking forward to spending it with Husband and the kids.

In the build up to Christmas, we decorate the house, write Christmas cards, buy gifts for friends but most importantly, the kids write their letters to Santa Claus and I think it's wonderful when he returns one to them, completely personalised and through the post box. The kids get really excited if there is ever any post for them so having the opportunity to order a letter from Santa is fantastic.

I recently received two letters from Santa for the kids. They haven't seen them yet, of course, because it's a bit early but they came all the way from the Magic Santa Letter office, complete with colouring in sheets, Santa Stop Here Signs and Magical Reindeer Food to sprinkle in the garden on Christmas Eve.

Included with the activity pack is a Good Child certificate and the all important letter from Father Christmas himself.

The letter is so gorgeous; really beautifully written and on scroll effect paper. Santa completely personalises the letter for your child too.

This full letter and activity pack costs £7.99 and is Magic Santa Letter's most popular order.

There are 2 other letter types Santa can send to your child; one with a letter and certificate only, priced at £3.99 and one for Babies' First Christmas, priced at £5.99.

If you'd like to order a letter for your child then please do use the code LR30OFF as this will get you 30% off your order. There are a number of dates you can select to have your letter posted on however the last posting date to ensure your letter is with your child for Christmas is Monday 19th December 2016.

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