In January’s edition of Families Chiltern magazine I wrote an article sharing my favourite buggy friendly walks. I put together 13 walks in Buckinghamshire and surrounding areas. You can view the article here.
Today we were invited to the incredible new adventure playground Tumblestone Hollow at Stonor Park and we LOVED it! Stonor Park was the first place we visited our of lockdown last year and the grounds are so beautiful. The addition of Tumblestone Hollow makes it the perfect family day out.
Langley Park in Iver is one of the Buckinghamshire’s Country Parks and a beautiful place to go for a walk. From late March/April through to June the Temple Gardens are filled with colourful rhododendrons. Walking through the gardens at this time is stunning and you can see all the way down to Windsor Castle.
One job I know I will thank myself for when baby arrives is having a freezer full of home cooked meals! You guys shared loads of amazing suggestions for batch cooking on Instagram so I thought I’d share them all on here so everyone can use it.
During my first pregnancy with Ashley I attended pregnancy yoga classes every week and found it beneficial in so many ways. Not only did it help me through my pregnancy and birth but I also made some wonderful friends who I am still very close to now. Whilst it’s not been possible for me to attend any face to face yoga group classes during this pregnancy due to lockdown, I have been attending classes via Zoom with Charyn from MamaBabyBliss Wycombe and love it! Here’s why…
If you haven’t come across Jacques of London before they make amazing wooden toys and games for babies up to 5+. We were really excited to review some of their toys, especially when I found out one was a London bus!
This section of the South Bucks Way is every horse lovers dream as there are horses along almost the entire route. In parts you are walking in the same field as the horses and right past their feeding stations so often end up very close to them.
Last weekend we did a lovely walk that took us through Keepershill Wood, where we found wild garlic, up across some open fields and past Hampden House. Lots of you asked me to share the route so here it is.
Jake’s Playworld has been a great find this month and somewhere we’ll definitely be visiting again. Jake’s is split into two – the playbarn and mini farm. The playbarn is a giant indoor soft play across 3 levels and The mini farm is all outdoors and has a huge range of activities. Reopening on 12th April, we can’t wait to go back.
The Chiltern Open Air museum has a phased reopening planned from 26th March. We visited the museum a couple of times last year and really enjoyed it. It’s a lovely place to visit with loads of space, a great little adventure playground and farm animals.