Monday, 29 October 2012

Bump Pictures from 16 weeks to 35 Weeks Pregnant!!

I thought I would put together all of my Bump Pictures on one post so you can see the growth easier! I have small 'neat' bumps even though right now I feel huge :)

13th June 2012- 16 Weeks Pregnant
 At 16 Weeks I barely even looked pregnant but I was so tired due to a few days after this Photo we moved house!!
9th July 2012- 20 weeks Pregnant
  By 20 weeks I had a noticeable bump ..
4th September- 28 Weeks Pregnant
18th September 2012- 30 Weeks Pregnant
 At 30 Weeks I seem to have popped out :)
6th October 2012- 33 Weeks Pregnant
 By 33 Weeks I was very proud of the shape of my Bump!!

11th October 2012- 34 Weeks Pregnant

20th October 2012- 35 Weeks Pregnant

This Photo above looks like a smaller bump but It was taken the same week as the Photo Below :)
23th October- 35 Weeks Pregnant
I can't wait for Bump to turn into Baby xxx

Friday, 26 October 2012

Little Doctors and Nurses Needed for a FREE Family Fun in Manchester!!

 Do you live in or around Manchester?  At the Imperial North Museum they have lots going on around half term for your Children!!
 All based on the events of the wartime, I can't wait for my children to be a little older to take them to events such as this.  It is such an important part of history that our ancestors went through!
  Here is the information...

                             Little Doctorsand Nurses Required For Free Family Fun
IWM North, Half Term 27 October 2012 – 4 November
Free Entry – Donations welcome

Ever wondered what it would be like to work as a doctor or nurse during wartime? Can you guess how many of today’s medicines were invented on the battlefield?

This October half term, at IWM North (part of Imperial War Museums), little – and big – visitors can learn all about life on the front line through a series of FREE family-friendly activities. From hearing the tales of stretcher bearers during the Second World War to seeing real human X-rays up close, there is something to entertain, captivate and engage all ages.

Younger visitors will be inspired by the work of doctors, nurses and medical teams as they get the chance to dress up, play and create their own souvenirs to take home. Visitors can learn to name parts of the human body and skeleton and learn more by seeing intriguing wartime X-rays.

Meet cuddly character Bumpty Bear and learn how friendship and first aid keep this clumsy character smiling or enjoy a family-friendly performance based on the story of a stretcher bearer or First World War nurse.

Part of Manchester Science Festival, IWM North will also be hosting live science demonstrations on 29 October, exploring themes including perception and human biology for all ages. 

Families inspired by tales of medical wonder can explore the Main Exhibition Space to discover the inspiring story of Private Charlie Hankins and his remarkable Second World War tricycle. Hankins was injured during the Second World War but used the unusual device to travel the length of Britain to raise money for charity after the war.  The story of Private G H Hobdey, is also guaranteed to captivate visitors - see his artificial leg on display, alongside a false eye worn by another injured serviceman of the Second World War.

Pocket money purchases from the IWM North shop should keep injury prone kids out of trouble for hours on end. Look Who’s Behind You Spy Glasses should help them spot danger all around, while little doctors will surely need a doctor’s notepad.

The programme, which includes performances, creative sessions, storytelling and much more, is inspired by a new exhibition for adults, Saving Lives: Frontline Medicine in a Century of Conflict. Saving Lives, running until 1 September 2013. It is IWM’s first to look at war and medicine, told through words and objects of people who have faced extraordinary situations.  

Graham Boxer, Director of IWM North, says:  ‘There are some amazing stories of human resilience and medical marvel for families to discover throughout IWM North.  Through our family activities, we have created a programme that brings these themes to life for the youngest of visitors in an engaging and inspiring way.’
For more information, visit
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Visitors of all ages can get involved through workshops, children’s tours and activities.

Unless otherwise stated activities are free, drop-in sessions (places may be limited on the day). Activities are suitable for ages 5+ unless otherwise stated. An adult must accompany children under 12 at all times.

What A Performance
Saturday 27 and Wednesday 31 October
11.15am, 12.15pm, 1.15pm, 2.15pm
Main Exhibition Space
See one of our specially commissioned family friendly performances dramatising stories of wartime adventure. Themed to the subject of frontline medicine these performances include the story of a stretcher bearer in the Second World War (13 and 27) and a First World War nurse (31 October). Part of Manchester Science Festival.

Open Studio: Doctors and Nurses
Saturday 27 October
1-4pm, Learning Studio
Recommended age: 5+
Be inspired by the work of doctors, nurses and medical teams and make your own themed souvenir to take home and keep using a range of colourful resources. Get involved with dressing up, soft play and creative fun.  Part of Manchester Science Festival.

Open Studio: Bumpty Bear
Saturday 27, Sunday 28 and Monday 29 October,
1-4pm, Learning Studio
Recommended age: 5+
Meet cuddly character Bumpty Bear and hear about his adventures around The Quays.  Learn how friendship and first aid keep this clumsy character smiling and then make your own bear souvenir to take home and keep. This session is part of Manchester Science Festival.

Open Studio: Busy Bodies
Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 October,
1-4pm, Learning Studio
Recommended age: 5+
Be inspired by the work of wartime doctors and nurses and learn to name parts of the human body and skeleton in this creative session. See true to life human x-rays and decorate your own cut out body shape to take home and keep. This session is part of Manchester Science Festival.

Science Busking
Monday 29 October,
11.15am, 12.15pm, 1.15pm, 2.15pm
Main Exhibition Space
Live science demonstrations exploring themes including perception and human biology. This event is part of Manchester Science Festival.

Bumpty Bear
Daily from Saturday 27 October, 11.30am
Meet underneath the Harrier Jump Jet
Recommended age: 5 and under
Take part in this new family friendly storytelling session about Bumpty Bear and his adventures around The Quays.  Learn how friendship and first aid keep this clumsy character smiling. These sessions are part of Manchester Science Festival.

Story Time
Weekends throughout the month and daily from 29 October, 10.30am
Meet underneath the Harrier Jump Jet
Meet a host of charming characters and discover tales of adventure in these interactive story sessions. These sessions use a range of family friendly resources ranging from puppets, sounds and smells to archive pictures and replica objects.

TimeStack Handling Sessions
Sundays to Friday at 12.30pm and 3.30pm
Saturdays at 12.30pm ONLY
Main Exhibition Space
Recommended age: 5+
A great opportunity to get hands-on with objects from IWM’s collection in these themed 20-minute object-handling sessions. Join a member of staff for an opportunity to discover the stories behind the artefacts.

Action Stations: The Interactive Timeline
Visit the interactive family Action Stations around the gallery with activities such as exploring the smells and creatures of the First World War trench or revealing the power of the poster during wartime.

Your History - Explore Imperial War Museum online.
Ground level.
Personal stories and intriguing facts, family quizzes and tips for tracing people’s wartime history are all available at the online access area.

Visit our wartime colouring in station in the IWM North café or play the camouflaged table football.

For further press information please contact:
Rebecca Barnes            (0845 0941 007  *
Christine Quansah      (0845 0941 007  *

Notes to Editors

IWM North
The multi award winning IWM North is designed by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind to represent a globe shattered by conflict. The iconic building, innovative and dynamic exhibitions, use of digital media through hourly Big Picture Shows and public events explore how war shapes lives and inspire and encourage debate.

Open daily from 10am - 5pm with free admission at The Quays, Trafford Wharf Road, Manchester M17 1TZ (close to MediaCityUK Metrolink and Junction 9 of the M60) T: 0161 836 4000

Visiting IWM North with your family

We offer a great day out for all the family all year round with FREE ENTRY to IWM North, all our exhibitions and a wide variety of family friendly activities. We have free floor plans, trails, and regular tours to help you navigate our fascinating building.

We also have regular events aimed specifically at families including TimeStack Handling Sessions where you can get hands-on with the objects, and HotSpot craft activities, helping you to explore IWM North in more detail.

Within the Main Exhibition Space we have nine Action Station interactives and on the ground floor, our online area Your History offers more information about the collections, including games and personal stories.

We have free, self-operated lockers for your bags, lifts to all floors, accessible ground floor toilets and baby changing facilities. The WaterShard Café offers children’s portions and lunch bags, and colouring sheets are always available. A newly refurbished indoor picnic area is also available at weekends and in the school holidays for visitors to bring their own refreshments. The IWM North Shop offers a range of pocket money purchases including souvenirs and stationery items.

IWM (Imperial War Museums) tells the story of people who have lived, fought and died in conflicts involving Britain and the Commonwealth since the First World War.

Our unique collections, made up of the everyday and the exceptional, reveal stories of people, places, ideas and events. Using these, we tell vivid personal stories and create powerful physical experiences across our five museums that reflect the realities of war as both a destructive and creative force. We challenge people to look at conflict from different perspectives, enriching their understanding of the causes, course and consequences of war and its impact on people’s lives.

IWM’s five branches are IWM London, IWM’s flagship branch with six floors of exhibitions and displays; IWM North, housed in an iconic award-winning building designed by Daniel Libeskind; IWM Duxford, a world renowned aviation museum and Britain's best preserved wartime airfield; Churchill War Rooms, housed in Churchill’s secret headquarters below Whitehall; and the Second World War cruiser HMS Belfast.

First World War Centenary
2014 - 2018 marks the centenary of the First World War, a landmark anniversary for Britain and the world. IWM will mark the centenary by leading a vibrant, four year programme of cultural activities across the country, including the opening of brand new First World War galleries at IWM London in 2014. For more information visit

Thursday, 25 October 2012

Recipe- Vanilla Sponge and Pink Custard

  As I am starting my 'New Routine' and Grocery Challenge I started thinking about what meals to cook and decided it was time to start baking some puddings!  My grandma has pudding without fail and I would love this to be our tradition too!

 I came across Pink Custard and I though 'Annabelle would love that' and went shopping! So here I am today baking it!  I choose to add it to Vanilla Sponge.

 The Ingredients for the Sponge ...

4oz Butter
4oz Caster Sugar
2 eggs
4 tbs of milk
4oz Self Raising Flour
Few drops of Vanilla Extract

 What to do...
1. Cream the Butter and Sugar together
2. Add the milk and eggs and mix together
3. Add the Flour, I then used a food processor to give it the smooth texture
4. Stir in the vanilla extract
5. Place in a tray bake
6 Cook in oven- The temperature I choose was 150 degrees but I wanted it to cook slower.  It has been cooking for approx 45 minutes but if your oven is like mine I prefer to keep checking the sponge.

Here is the results...

 The Ingredients for the Pink Custard...

  • 1 Pint of Milk
  • 1 Packet of Raspberry Blancmange Mix ( or flavour of your choice )
  • 2-3 tbs of Sugar to taste

What to do...

1. In a heat proof bowl add the blancmange mix and sugar and a bit of the milk and mix to form a paste
2. Warm the remaining milk
3. Pour a bit of the milk to the paste and stir
4. Now add the paste to the Warmed milk and bring to the boil, always stir
5. Simmer, you may need to add some more milk if it is too thick

Here is the Results...

Would you like to Bake Vanilla Sponge and Pink Custard????

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Do you want your Children to Drink Milk? Cravendale #Epic Straws is the Answer...

 My daughter who is 3 years old rarely drinks Milk other than on her cereal so when I saw that we could review the Cravendale #Epic Straws I jumped at the chance!

 First I let Annabelle Explore and she practiced her Maths skills by counting and sorting!  As she is only 3 mummy helped her and I got very into it! I did try and make some great creations but I think i need a bit of practice.  We made a few creations and Annabelle loved creating with mummy!
We took our creation into the kitchen however Annabelle decided she wanted to use 1 straw and hold her creation! She is a princess you know ;)
She drank a lot of milk as well as blowing bubbles but she enjoyed herself!
Maybe not the creative design but thanks to the #Epic Straws Annabelle and I were able to be Creative and Enjoy milk at the same time, now thats Magic!!

If you would like to find out more about Cravendale straws take a look HERE at their website

Through the Looking Glass at the Lowry Outlet Mall, Salford Quays 27th October- 4th November

For any of you that Live In and around Manchester I thought you would be interested in this fantastic family outing!

'Step THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS into our pop-up shop to discover bargains galore, ways to keep the kids entertained and chances to win some fabulous prizes this half term. The pop up shop is brimming with bargains from brand new and second hand books courtesy of Walker Books, Christmas cards and gifts to a chance to get your hands on some unique and bespoke art. There will also be free activities for children of all ages to enjoy as well as the chance to win £50 of audio books and family passes for Beatrix Potter's House'

'All proceeds from the shop will go towards helping the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) continue to provide its life-changing work. Every 15 minutes someone in the UK begins to lose their sight.  Right now the RNIB is only able to reach one in three people who need us most.  With your support, the story could be so different. '

'So why not visit us for 

  • A chance to win £50 worth of audio books
  • FREE activities to keep the kids amused
  • New and second books from £1
  • Christmas cards from 50p
  • Unique and bespoke art '

Find us on the first floor opposite the Vue Cinema

For more information visit or follow us on Twitter @lowryoutletmall

How self hypnosis is helping my anxiety!

 I have mentioned in my blog that I used to suffer from anxiety and at the moment I am trying to keep calm and not get it again.  I think I naturally have anxiety but it is controlled.  I am unfortunatly one of those people that worry and panic!
 At around 28 weeks I started to feel borderline anxious and knew I couldnt go through it again, I did a quick google and came across Birth and Beyond hypnotherapy.  I listened to a free relaxing mp3 and the next morning I felt 'in control' so I signed up for the course!  Now I am not anxious about the birth, my anxieties are irrational.  I think what wasn't helping me at the time was I was anemic therefore i was tired and when I'm tired I get anxious!  
  The reason self hypnosis is helping me is that it re-educates your unconscious mind that the situations when you panic is not a dangerous one and helps to remove the effects of panic.  Hypnotherapy allows your mind to think positive thoughts and allay the negative thoughts that creep in and take over!
 I will be listening to my mp3's regulary to help me!

Pregnancy week 33

 Well 33 weeks pregnant has been and gone, this pregnancy is flying by!   I actually left work when pregnant with Annabelle at 33+6 weeks and I was ready for a rest then, on the same day with this baby I was thinking I have a lot more energy but could really do with 6 weeks off :) No Chance!
 I have had a lot more energy properly as I have been taking Iron tablets.  When im tired I get really anxious which worries me as it makes me think i will get anxiety.  I hope im not as could really do with not having it again! I'm not going to lie I have had a bit of anxiety since having Annabelle but its manageable.  I have been listening to hypnotherapy mp3s and they really help me think relaxed and think clearly!
 My bump is growing but still look small to other people, but I'm not worried.  Plus how would I run after my children if I had a big bump!

Things I have to do

  • Pack my hospital bags
  • Buy Nappies
  • Sort out babies room
  • Wash Moses basket
 Here is my Bump pick :)

Thursday, 11 October 2012

Review- Bella Mama Xanthe Breastfeeding Top

  I was very excited when I was asked to review the Xanthe breastfeeding top from Bella Mama.  Even though it is a breastfeeding top it is suitable in Pregnancy due to the stretchy soft jersey material called viscose which is a natural fabric made from beech trees and has a feel of cotton.
  It will be fantastic when I have had baby no3 as I plan to breastfeed and last time I only bought 1 breastfeeding top which was awful.  I am quite fussy about maternity and pregnancy tops as hate it when tops are cut lower at the back! How silly in my opinion!   The Xanthe top is long so can be worn with Leggings which is fantastic as I live in them! Its has a easy to pull aside drapped overlayer covering the nursing openings.  I can tell that everything will be covered when I breastfeed, I had no confidence in breastfeeding in public and  hope that this time I won't be sat in the toilets to feed!

  I love this top, I love the colour, its called Smoke Blue but is a purple colour to me.  It fits well with my pregnancy shape, not tight and is very comfortable.  After having my baby I could fold it up as will have a  post- natal tummy but still need to feel confident!  I originally choose a size 12 as that is what my other maternity tops are however it was too big on the top half as I am not very big.  The size 10 fit perfectly.  There is a chart here where you can measure beforehand here just to help making the size chose!

  The Price of this top is £34 which is a great price as can be worn in pregnancy as well as post birth and  I think a top that makes the transition into breastfeeding in public essential.  I will let you know I get on in approximately 6 weeks!!
The Long Sleeved Bella Mama Xanthe with the breastfeeding opening
The top I reviewed - Bella Mama Xanthe 

If you would like to find some more great buys check out Bella Mama HERE

Bella Mama Facebook Page HERE

Bella Mama Twitter Page HERE

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Pregnancy Week 32

   32 weeks pregnant and im just starting to feel 'Pregnant'! I am getting tired and to be honest very snappy with my other half.  Of course its his fault :) My head wants to do more than my body can take, like tidying, cleaning the house, the normal mummy things really!  I enjoy blogging and entering competitions but i hate having an untidy house!
  I have been looking into saving more money, I feel if we can cut back on money is some ways we do not need to worry about it as much!  I looked into my food shop, I usually shop at Aldi which works out cheap but as I found out I was lacking in iron I thought I would prefer more home cooked meals.  So I bought a weeks worth of food to use in the slow cooker ( tea time) and my shop came to £41! Which is cheap! However we have wasted £6 on unused meat and I'm rather cross! We also have ended up buying a takeaway pizza! (taps hand)
  Anyway back to the pregnancy! My bump is measuring a couple of weeks under but I am defiantly growing!  Also little baby boy is stretching and even though its lovely its a bit uncomfortable!  In my last pregnancy I suffered with sciatica in the last few weeks and it looks like its returning :(  Its in the tops of my legs and um well that region hehe!! I remember I would be washing up when pregnant with Callum and just sit down in pain! When I do the housework now i suffer after! On occasions I get Leg Cramps at night, they hurt especially when you cant reach you leg! ahhh!!
  I have a bump buddy on baby centre and she has just had her baby nearly 6 weeks early! Its made me realise that i could be in labour any time! Quite scary really!  Best pack a hospital bag!

 Here is my Bump at 32 weeks

Day 6 and 7- Getting Organised

Saturday and Sunday

  • Garden
  • Clean Car
  • Do something that you wouldn't have time to do in the week e.g Clean a curtain/Cupboard out
  • Meal Plan/Shopping list

Daily Routines-  
          Kitchen- Wash up/put away/wipe surfaces/brush/ Mop 
         Playroom - Tidy/Hoover
         Bathrooms - Wipe over
         Bedrooms- Make Beds/Tidy Clothes/Toys
         Make Dinner/Tea
Night Time RoutinesPrepare Clothes for Next Day
                               Prepare Lunch for Next day
                               Wipe over kitchen/wash and put away

Day 5- Getting Organised

Sorry this post is a little late! My daughter hasn't been well and not been able to blog!  I have realised that this routine is great but is going to get a few weeks to get on top of it! By then I will be having a baby and it will be all to pot properly hehe!!

Friday - Little bit of everything
Level one

  • Hoover anywhere that needs it
  •  Change any beds in need
  •  whiz around the house finding items that can go out with the rubbish, recycling, for charity shop, basically anything that will stop it cluttering your home. 

Daily Routines-  
          Kitchen- Wash up/put away/wipe surfaces/brush/ Mop 
         Playroom - Tidy/Hoover
         Bathrooms - Wipe over
         Bedrooms- Make Beds/Tidy Clothes/Toys
         Make Dinner/Tea
Night Time RoutinesPrepare Clothes for Next Day
                               Prepare Lunch for Next day
                               Wipe over kitchen/wash and put away


Thursday, 4 October 2012

Day 3 & Day 4- Being Organised!

 Well yesterday was a busy day, Drop Phil ( other half ) Preschool drop off, Aldi Shop, Friend came round, preschool pick up, another friend came round, Mum popped round then picking Phil back up.  I still managed to fit in some of my jobs!

 Wednesday - All bedrooms
Level One
Clear the surfaces and dust it
Level Two
Wash any ornaments etc
Tidy books/piles of magazines, toys etc
Level Three
Hoover any floor you can see
Clean windows/door

Daily Routines-  
          Kitchen- Wash up/put away/wipe surfaces/brush/ Mop 
         Playroom - Tidy/Hoover
         Bathrooms - Wipe over
         Bedrooms- Make Beds/Tidy Clothes/Toys
         Make Dinner/Tea
Night Time RoutinesPrepare Clothes for Next Day
                               Prepare Lunch for Next day
                               Wipe over kitchen/wash and put away


Thursday - Bathrooms & Landing
Level One

Clean floor/Toys
Level Two
Clean baths/sinks/showers/toilet/window
Level Three
What is living on your landing and do you want it to
Gather laundry from around the house
Do toothbrushes/sponges etc need changing?
Clean/bin grubby bath toys
clean door

Daily Routines-  
          Kitchen- Wash up/put away/wipe surfaces/brush/ Mop 
         Playroom - Tidy/Hoover
         Bathrooms - Wipe over
         Bedrooms- Make Beds/Tidy Clothes/Toys
         Make Dinner/Tea
Night Time RoutinesPrepare Clothes for Next Day
                               Prepare Lunch for Next day
                               Wipe over kitchen/wash and put away

I have a lot to do, but Callums asleep so im having some 'Me Time'

Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Day 2 - Being Organised!!

Well yesterday mission was a success!! I actually stuck to the routine and did all I had to do in the Living room and hall.  I didn't have time to do my daughters room but to be honest I have to really do a clear out!
 Day 2 is going well also! Still lots to do!

 I hope this is helping other mums as we have so much to do and not a lot of time for us!

Tuesday - Kitchen and Dining Room
Level one

Brush and mop floor
Level Two
Clean the patio Door
Tidy/Clean cupboards and drawers
Level Three
Dust on top of shelves
Clean Door

Daily Routines-  
          Kitchen- Wash up/put away/wipe surfaces/brush/ Mop 
         Playroom - Tidy/Hoover
         Bathrooms - Wipe over
         Bedrooms- Make Beds/Tidy Clothes/Toys
         Make Dinner/Tea
Night Time RoutinesPrepare Clothes for Next Day
                               Prepare Lunch for Next day
                               Wipe over kitchen/wash and put away

Wish me Luck :)

4little1 Baby nose-clear Room Vapour Review

 For the last few weeks we have all had colds and seem not to be able to get rid of them.  Callum has suffered the most, a cold and teething is not the best mix for a good night sleep for either Callum or Mummy!  We were kindly sent the Baby nose-clear room Vapour to try out!

  Information about the 4little1 Room Vapour

Room Vapour                            

It is a baby decongestant snuffle blend which consists of Lemon which has brilliant antibacterial properties, Tea Tree to help fight infection and Pine which is known to help restore strength after illness.  The Vapour helps clear congestion to improve breathing, feeding and promote a restful sleep.  It is made with 100% pure and natural oils and does not include toxic synthetic fragrances or propellants.

How to use the Room Vapour?
Add a few drops to a warm bowl of water in winter when you have your radiators on, add a few drops on a damp cloth and place over the radiator.

What do we think?

 The Vapour is in a handy size bottle that has a safety cap on so little hands can't get it off!  When Callum was it his cot all settled I added a few drops to a small bowl and placed it in his room.  Very soon I could smell a lovely relaxing aroma which even relaxed myself.  I went back to Callum soon after and he was fast asleep.  This was a miracle as due to his teething and cold has been taking a while to drift off to sleep.  It obviously doesn't get rid of a cold but colds go on there own accord for little children.  It is a great product and would defiantly recommend it.  The Price is £6.99 which is quite expensive but due to the natural ingredients and effectiveness of the product it is worth every penny!  Also i will use as part as their bedtime routine as if its relaxes them then it aids a good night sleep, I may even have in in my room as I get anxious easily!

Finding more information?

4little1 Website HERE

4little1 Facebook page HERE

4little1 Twitter page HERE

Monday, 1 October 2012

Day 1 - Being Organised!!

 I was hoping to win the ' Organised Chaos  competition in the hope of getting organised with support but unfortunately didn't win!  However I decided I would find another way, I came across a forum on Money Saving Expert and it is fantastic!  A lady has written a routine for tidying your house and keeping it organised.  As i'm heavily pregnant ( although some would disagree as I don't have a big bump) I get tired quickly so I will have to tidy a bit each day instead of all at the same time.  This has never worked for me anyway the house is never tidy!

 This is today's ( Mondays ) Rota...

         Monday Living Room, Hall & Stairs

Level One
Tidy and hoover floor, under the sofas if you can
Level Two
Clean window
Clean Dust any flat surfaces
Level Three
Dust all electricals
Clean Door
Daily Routines-  
          Kitchen- Wash up/put away/wipe surfaces/brush/ Mop 
         Playroom - Tidy/Hoover
         Bathrooms - Wipe over
         Bedrooms- Make Beds/Tidy Clothes/Toys
         Make Dinner/Tea
Night Time RoutinesPrepare Clothes for Next Day
                               Prepare Lunch for Next day
                               Wipe over kitchen/wash and put away

 By the end of the day I hope to have done everything!

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