Before I had my little dumpling, I swore blind I'd never be that mum watching In The Night Garden with my kidlet. I just thought it was a complete and utter nonsense. There was nothing about a Flying blimp called a Pinky Ponk or a blue sailor called Iggle Piggle that appealed to me. Even … Continue reading Dumpling In The Night Garden, Live!
So, egg muffins are nothing new. If you have an Instagram or Pinterest account, you'll know this! I've been making and eating these for years now, but it was only the other day I realised that these also make a perfect finger food for my lil dumpling! Egg is a great source of protein and … Continue reading Have You Seen The (Egg) Muffin Man?
If you live in England then you'll know that the sun doesn't often come out, but when it does you get the hell out with it! We Londoners were thoroughly spoilt with the sun this past weekend and so, hubs and I decided we wanted to make the most of it and take our lil … Continue reading Dumpling’s Day At The Museum
So, our Dumpling decided to start walking at 10 months 😱This is great, but it does get tiring running around after such an energetic baby! Whether it's a baby you're running after or just life in general, every now and then we all run low on fuel during the day and need that 'pick-me-up' to … Continue reading Iron Man Muffins
'I don't have time to go to the gym' ....'gym is too expensive and I end up paying for it and not going'...'treadmills are boring!'...' the gym intimidates me' Over the years, I've heard (and even said) some of the above when it comes to fitness. When you speak about personal fitness to people, usually, … Continue reading The Netflix of Fitness
Our lil dumpling is only 10 months old and yet, I feel he has visited more restaurants than I have! A few weeks ago during the Easter holidays, my mum treated my sister and I, to lunch at Prezzo, Ipswich. Naturally, dumpling was in tow but, as I usually do, I brought along some lunch for … Continue reading Baby That Lunches Pt3 – Nanny’s Treat
As a British person, I've never understood why Americans call, what are essentially dumplings, 'biscuits'. When I went to New York in 2012, I constantly saw 'biscuits' as a side order on restaurant menus. I never ordered them because I couldn't understand why anyone would want a Rich Tea or Bourbon with their restaurant meal. … Continue reading Tea & Biscuits
My mum was always that mum who made everything from scratch. No matter what it was, she could make it. Want some apple pie? She'd make it. Want fish and chips? Mum would be at the fishmonger in the morning and whisking up batter in the afternoon whilst chopping potatoes. So, naturally, I try to … Continue reading Have a bowla granola!