Is there ever such a thing as too much Rainbow??

When I was growing up I had shiny rainbows covering every 20cm of my wallpaper, curtains and bedding ( I so have to look out a photo), no wonder I am obsessed now!

See Ya suitcase Olliella, Rainbow puzzle Happy Little Folks, Beanbag Little Jagger, Bed Oliver Furniture at Nubie Kids, Rainbow banner Never Perfect Studio, Rainbow tag Peaches and Apricot, Bedding Coco and Wolf, Sun poster Natalie Jade Wright, Maileg mouse Monkey Mccoy

 

Esme and Ivy Marlo trousers

Now I have finally accepted that Autumn is here, I am focusing on my favourite thing about the season, the kids outfits! These gorgeous embroidered wheat organic cotton trousers from Esme and Ivy ( check out her bonnets too) are my favourite at the moment and definitely his as they are one of the only pairs of trousers that he doesn’t have a tantrum about putting on …he is finding it harder now that summer is over as he really likes to just be in a nappy only most of the time!

Gorgeous onesie by Wilder and Wren.

 

 

Dinosaurs in the Wild

I like to book in  a few day trips/ experiences throughout the summer holidays to have something to look forward to and one of our first this year was a trip to Greenwich Peninsula to see Dinosaurs in the Wild, a trip back in time to a dinosaur studying scientific research station. For the dinosaur fans in our house the excitement level was  pretty high and every dinosaur toy and book was out in preparation. I have to say, even for someone not that interested in dinosaurs (like myself), the trip was fantastic. The tour guides and ‘scientists’ were absolutely amazing and so enthusiastic. We watched eggs hatching, a dinosaur autopsy, and had quite a thrilling end to the journey ( I don’t want to give anything away!). My youngest two were a little scared but immediately after said that they loved it!

” I loved Dinosaurs in the Wild, especially the trinoserus’ (!). 100/10.” Raffy, 4

“DInosurs in the Wild freaked me out! It gave me a heart attack!! 10/10” Kitty, 7.

“ROAR” on repeat, Huxley, 1.