Tuesday Link Love

I’ve read so many great articles over the last couple of weeks, but I’ve not had time to post about any of them.Β  So I’m now sitting with a nice hot mug of coffee and some biscuits and I thought I’d share these with you all.

iphone and kids – a great site if you have both!

Pumpkin Bread Pudding from City Sage….I so want to make this!

New Thanksgiving Tradition – I love this idea and I’m going to adapt it for Christmas as we don’t have Thanksgiving here.Β  Miss L’s always have the best ideas πŸ™‚

iphone as a baby monitor and other cool ideas. I wish I’d had my iphone when Miss L was a baby I was so tired I could never remember when I’d changed her, so this would have been ideal.

Christmas Outdoor Decorating ideas from Restyled Home

Making a Beautiful Mantle from Thrifty Decor Chick – a blog I’m just getting into and she has some fabulous ideas.

Nursery Furniture and Decorating Ideas from Hooked on Houses – just adorable!

How the British Government dictates how children are raised – Alpha Mummy article from The Times. It is actually quite scary being a parent here sometimes. You should see how much homework 4 and 5 year olds get. Let alone if you need to take them to the Accident department at the hospital! Of course all the people who this is aimed at still don’t care and their poor kids suffer anyway πŸ™

When I grow up I want my house to look like this – of course it may involve leaving my whole family πŸ˜‰

Making a Custom Photo Calendar – I was going to write one of these, but frankly they’ve done it better.Β  Ideal and inexpensive Christmas present.

I’m out of coffee, so enjoy the links! x

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6 Comments

  1. Thank you for the link love my darling! You’ve GOT to try the bread pudding. It’s simply divine…and i just ate some for breakfast so I can say without question that it’s even better the morning after πŸ™‚

    And isn’t that house on Decorno just blowing your mind? I can’t believe that there are really people out there in houses that beautiful. Maybe we can both leave our families behind and take up residence together, like The Golden Girls only younger, hipper, and much more stylish!

  2. I like City Sage’s pumpkin bread pudding recipe too. I would serve it for Thanksgiving but we already have pumpkin pie lined up. And I love Decorno’s post on someone’s beautiful home. Although the owner says there are lots of imperfections in her house it still looks perfect to me.