Six ways to capture and relive your holiday memories

With the early May Bank Holiday smashing all records for warm, sunny weather, it feels as though the UK’s rushing headlong towards holiday season. But…

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Feeling safe as houses in a family-friendly Jeep Compass SUV (a review)

Barrelling down the motorway at 70 mph is never fun. With two small children in the back of the car, it can be downright scary.…

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Fun in the snow: warm, stylish Muddy Puddles children’s skiwear

Bright, colourful and warm: we love Muddy Puddles, the children’s outdoor wear specialists. Austin and Gwen tried out their jackets and salopettes on our last…

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Staying cosy with reasonably priced Mountain Warehouse children’s skiwear

Planning for a family ski trip isn’t easy when your home is nowhere near snow. If you don’t already own salopettes, ski jackets or waterproof…

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ZFrame Super Lightweight Suitcase Set: ideal for a family trip where you need lots of luggage

There’s little scope for skimping on packing when you’re heading off on a family ski trip. All those salopettes, fleeces, thermal undies, spare mittens and…

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Swimsuit and sunglasses: how to pick your sunshine travel essentials

One thing that’s for certain when you jet off to a sunny destination: sunglasses and a swimsuit are likely to be wardrobe staples. So it’s…

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The unwritten rules of the London Underground

The London Underground is a fearsome place. Its first line, the Metropolitan, opened in 1863. So the Underground train system – also known as the…

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BookBeat and our family’s favourite audiobooks

This post is sponsored by BookBeat. For £12.90 per month, BookBeat gives listeners unlimited access to thousands of audiobooks, which they can access whenever they…

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Five reasons why our family loves travelling by ferry

On our last few big trips to France, we’ve taken the ferry. Although there are other ways to get across the Channel – flying, for…

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