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Kate Lee
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Two years on....
I never made it very far at all with this blog two years ago. Being a first time mother took up more time than I thought. That said, I did manage to get back into some form of exercise. Nowhere near what I had the time for pre-children, but that's ok. Life ...

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littlehampton
So long summer! You left so soon, like an affronted guest forced to sit next to boring uncle Albert at the wedding party. But while you partied, we joined in. Though we nearly forgot. This trip down to the beach, and our first and only, took place a couple ...

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mayfield lavender farm
Hmm Mayfield Lavender Farm wasn't really that suitable for taking an 18 month to, and trying to take pictures of. I had to rescue him every five seconds from trying to pick up bumblebees. Plus he was more interested in picking up stones in the car park than...

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greenwich
Greenwich is a town that doesn't like to think it's in London. It is a place in its own right. It has a university, the river, a park, the navel college, the observatory, shops, the arena, the maritime museum, a ship, and even a foot tunnel and fan museum. ...

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Dulwich
I do apologise for the not so great quality of the pictures I post on here. I vaguely knew I wanted to start a blog about all this, and imagined all the arty, lifestyley shots I would take, but the reality has been a little different. For a start I often fo...

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petworth
Petworth  is the antiques heart of Sussex (can you tell I like antique rummaging yet?) It's also a beautiful small town that has the added bonus of the National Trust's Petworth Park on its doorstep; a park that seems even grander than Richmond Park. We vis...

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south bank
When Freddie was three months old I ventured back into the Smoke. I was DESPERATE to go back to London. I was so homesick for it. We moved out of London just before Freddie was born thinking that it would be a better idea for him to have more space, clean a...

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Box Hill
Who needs soft play? Box Hill isn't all bikes and lycra you know. It has an amazing natural play trail that follows two mile's worth of wooded path. At the beginning there's a natural play area with carved out trees to run through and wooden boulders to cli...

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titsey estate
It started off so badly. Buggerlugs is wailing and the name of the place is a bit How's Your Father. But it's really lovely here! A grower though, not a wham bam oh my god this place is AMAZING type of place. Walking here most weeks has almost changed my mi...

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coolings garden centre
Ah well this could have gone horribly wrong but it turned out okay in the end. Don't you hate it when you have it all planned out in your head. "Yes, he'll fall asleep in the car on the way there, nice half an hour nap so he'll be in a good mood for when we...
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