Wales v England: A special first rugby international, and a home ground win #ForTheJersey (AD)

Having two boys and living in Wales means I have no hope of avoiding rugby. We’ve already had stick for the eldest playing football and constantly kicking around the “wrong shaped ball”, and he’s only five! So when we were offered the chance to go and watch Wales v England at the Principality Stadium at

Exploring caves and dinosaurs at Dan yr Ogof National Showcaves for Wales – Family days out in South Wales

Exploring deep, dark underground caves, and walking surrounded by dinosaurs – the Dan r Ogof National Showcaves Centre for Wales has it all! I hadn’t been to Dan yr Ogof since a school trip more years ago than I’d like to admit (or even remember), and Stew didn’t think he’d ever been. So when we

Autumn fun: Pumpkin picking at Brooksgrove Farm, Haverfordwest

Ok, ok. I know it’s a proper blogger cliché, but I couldn’t resist it. This weekend we went pumpkin picking at Brooksgrove Farm, in Haverfordwest. And I’m so glad we did as I think I’ve ended up with the nicest set of photos of the boys to date. We had two choices of farms for

Hunting barnacles, and the “monster” of Burry Port beach

THIS evening wasn’t your usual Tuesday evening. We came home from work as normal, ate tea as normal, and then went hunting for the monster of Burry Port (barnacles to you and me). Yup, you read it right, we went barnacle hunting. Both me and Stew had read about a “mystery monster” that had washed