Day out: Chessington World of Adventures Resort

Do you live in the London/Surrey area but have run out of ideas of where to go with kids? If so, read on as I’ll be introducing my son’s favourite themed park to you today– Chessington World of Adventures Resort! You might be thinking, themed parks are for older kids and are not suitable for toddlers! I used to think the same too! We went there for the first time back in 2017, and I was surprised about how toddler-friendly the park is. To date, we’ve been to Chessington for over 40 times! (crazy right?!) And Eli’s still loving it

In Photos: Our day at Belgravia in Bloom 2019

I love flowers ! If anything, I could buy a whole house full of flowers if I could. This week, it’s the Chelsea Flower Show week and it’s also the arrival of Chelsea in Bloom and Belgravia in Bloom. Funnily enough, I’ve heard of the reputable Chelsea Flower Show but I didn’t know there are these streets filled with blossoms in both Chelsea and Belgravia area until my friend introduced them to me yesterday. As we took two toddlers along, we chose the Belgravia area to explore. If you are going this week, you might want to take a look

The award-winning Bocketts Farm Park review 2019

I don’t think any moms would bring their kids to a farm on a rainy day, do you? The award-winning Bocketts Farm Park is an exception, I would say. Apart from the usual park facilities for kids to play outdoor, it has a massive variety of indoor soft play for kids to play for the day. I love bringing Eli to different places. I especially like to bring him out to do some outdoor activities like going to parks, farms or even adventure parks just to let him play and run wild and learn from the nature. I believe letting

8 Best child friendly restaurants in London

If you love food and especially love exploring where to eat good food in London, you’ll probably have learnt that most popular restaurants in London are catered for people without kids. They are not child-friendly as such that they don’t have baby-changing facilities, let alone a kids’ menu or a play area for the little ones. There really are not many choices for us parents to go except for going to large chain restaurants or cafes. I’ve looked around recently and have rounded up 8 of the best child-friendly restaurants in London. I’ve chosen these restaurants based on their quality

Top 10 best free places to go with your toddlers in East London

I love going out, if you ask me to stay home one day and do nothing, I think I’ll go crazy! It’s true though, after I gave birth to Eli it’s hard to get out of the house (even to get some fresh air) for the first few months as I was nursing 24/7. Even if I got out of the house, all I do is breastfeeding, breastfeeding and more breastfeeding! (argh!) It suddenly got better when your baby have a routine and nurse fewer times during the day, that’s when they turn 6 months and I think for me,