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Legoland Windsor Visit – Day Out With A Toddler (with Covid 19 Update)

In Reviews, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com47 Comments

Covid-19 Update We have just recently visited Legoland again, in July 2020 and I thought I pop a quick update here about the Covid-19 safety measures. Parking and arriving So first of all, it was a very hot day on our Legoland Windsor Visit. But arriving, parking the car and getting inside Legoland was no problem whatsoever (as opposed to …

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Children’s Discovery Museum In San Jose Review

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We were on holiday in the States recently and stayed in San Jose for a few weeks, visiting friends. As we tried to combine quality indoor time (hiding from the heat) and lots of outdoor fun, we came across the Children’s Discovery Museum in San Jose. If you’re ever around and have a small child to entertain, don’t hesitate to …

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15 Fun Things To Do In Vienna With Small Children

In Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com10 Comments

I love Vienna. It has been voted to the most liveable city of the world for a reason. I’ve visited plenty of times, however, never with my children until a few weeks ago. Naturally, this time it was a completely different experience, just as we did expect it to be. Not so much of Aperol-Spritzing and Museum Quartier visiting. You …

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Family Ibiza Holiday With Children – That’s What We Call Luxury!

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Ibiza is forever in my heart since I lived there for a few years. Forget about the notorious party island fame, you can take children and they will love there! The sandy beaches are very safe for children: they are clean, the water is shallow and warm, and most of them has at least one small beach bar (chiringuito) serving …

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Barcelona Revisited (Hotel SB Diagonal Zero Review)

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We travel to Barcelona every year or two because I love there, it’s one of my favourite places in Europe. I lived in Spain for a few years, it feels like home 🙂 It’s always good fun, very child-friendly and a lot warmer in March than in London. This time we wanted to be near the beach but still close …

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Ski Chalets Le Chardon – The Family-Friendly Luxury

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Have you ever tried to go on a ski holiday with small kids or babies? If you have then you’ll know that you usually need to take everything with you. It can take a lot of time to research and plan childcare, family friendly restaurants and the best ski schools for you and your family. Le Chardon Val d’Isere have everything …

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Review: Grobag Sleeping Bags Are The Best!

In Life, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

The Gro Company sent me one of their fabulous Grobags to review it. It is quite an easy task: I know and use their products since Bobcat was born (I mean, Bobcat uses them), and I am very pleased with them. I picked this cute nautical design wich goes well with Bobcat’s room decor: True Blue Stripes 18-36m 2.5 Tog Grobag This …

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5 Reasons To Switch To Use Reusable Nappies

In Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com4 Comments

With Bobcat we use cloth diaper most of the time, I’d say 90% of the time. We only use disposable (bio-degradable) nappies during the night and when we’re out and about for a longer time (longer than half a day). The 2 main reasons we switched to reusable diapers are: they helped him with his eczema. Essentially, we reduced allergens getting in contact …

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8 Things To Change Instantly After Baby Eczema Diagnosis

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When my son was diagnosed with eczema, I got really scared. It was mild, but we didn’t know (still don’t) what was the cause, so it was hard to figure it out how to control it. According to the National Eczema Association, it usually starts within the first 5 years of life. (It affects about 20% of children, in some …

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Toddler-Proof Christmas Tree Ideas

In Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

Chances are the Christmas of 2014 was the last one when I got to use all my carefully selected and colour-harmonised Christmas tree ornaments for a long time. Bobcat was only 8 months old and was only crawling. When I had to leave the room, I just popped him into his playpen. Now, that he’s 20 months old, it’s a …