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Travel Changing Mat

Keeps Me Out Of Mischief!

Travel changing mat

I know that seems like a slightly strange thing to call this project as by their nature, most changing mats sold in changing bags are fairly portable, but needs must!

I’m fed up of carrying around a massive changing bag and I don’t need to carry around so many things for Billy now he’s a bit older and his food can go in his lunch bag.  I  bought a small rucksack from Trespass that’s like the Dr Who Tardis.  It looks small from the outside but I’ve managed to squash in a change of clothes, a couple of nappies and pack of wipes, a bottle of sun tan lotion, a hat, a snack pot and a drink.  The only thing that was missing was a changing mat. I’m a bit funny about using communal changing mats in public places and would rather I had something to put over it as…

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Mini Charm Pack cushion

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Kitchen Hint of the Day!

My Meals are on Wheels

The next time you buy a pack kitchen sponges, throw one in the fruit and vegetable drawer of you fridge. The sponge will absorb moisture before it can work it’s way into your produce, meaning it will last longer. Most kitchen sponges are also treated with anti – bacteria agents, giving your fruits and veggies even extra protection. Replace the sponge when you replace the baking soda in your fridge, a couple a times a year.

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Welcome Back

Welcome back girls, hope you all had an enjoyable summer and are now ready to work hard this year, particularly my 3 6th year classes.

I hope to be a lot more active on the blog this year now that I am back. Please let me know if you have anything you would like to add, like restaurant reviews, recipe, sewing projects etc…

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