Guest Blog from Steph Gore Me while Pitville Park was under construction: (sharing every Facebook update from Cheltenham Borough Council) How exciting, this looks amazing, can’t wait to go! Me on opening day: I won’t tell Honey the park is finished, it’ll be rammed on a sunny day like this….. Me after seeing Facebook posts and photos from friends who had been: Wow! It’s still rammed, we’ll just wait until after half term. Me after visiting, a week after it opened: What am I doing here? Why is it still so rammed?
CheltenhamMaman HQ interviews Elena Mills, a Cheltenham Maman with a very big brain who happens to know a bit about the science of being a Mother. CheltenhamMaman HQ: So Elena you’re a really special Maman who knows a lot of sciencey stuff but first things first tell us about your tiny people. Elena Mills: Why thank you! I have two tiny humans, Ben who is 4 and starting school in September (still can’t quite get my head around the fact he’s nearly school age) and Jocelyn (Josie) who is 4… View Post
Blog Post from CheltenhamMaman HQ Last weekend was a long one. The kind of weekend where you find yourself glancing at the unopened bottle of wine in the fridge wondering if 4.47pm is too early for a teensy glass (it is). CheltenhamPapa was away with Enfant no 1 ( number 710 in the Wimbledon queue so don’t feel too sorry for him). On paper this shouldn’t have been an issue, it just meant that I would be home alone with Enfant no 2 and Enfant no 3 for forty eight… View Post
Guest Blog from Jody Pettet I remember the first time I wore something vintage I was fifteen and had to go to a party. Getting frustrated with wearing the same as my friends and being judged on everything I had on, I wanted to step out of the repetitive style that was being churned out of Etam and Miss Selfridge. I huffed and puffed and the shuffled into my mum’s bedroom, slumped onto her bed and proceeded (in typical teenage style) to moan that ‘I have nothing to wear.’ She… View Post
A guest blog from Beth Bentley – click on the pictures to view the recipes. I’ve always been into wellness and nutrition, and live in an area of London with a really vibrant food and drink scene (London Fields, Hackney). When it came time for my baby to start eating, a weeks ago, I was keen to establish a diet of simple, clean, colourful, whole and crucially, interesting foods for her. Her Dad and I scratch-cook and eat pretty consciously and we want nothing less for our baby.… View Post