For this year I have set myself a blogging goal. I want to attend as many blogging events as possible. Now I know working full time this is generally only possible at weekends or I have to take a day off which I don’t mind. But there are two major blog events on my list that I definitely wanted to attend. One is Britmums (I still haven’t got a ticket for it) and the other is Blog On. Speaking to the blogger community the Blog On Conference seems to be the event of the year. It must be really good in fairness because it’s on again in September. I attended Blogfest in London last year. This was my first ever event abroad. It was good but I don’t think I would go again.
Guess what.. it’s tag time again. I am always getting so excited when I come across a new tag. I was browsing Bloglovin’ the other day (as I do everyday) and I found a new tag on Northumberlandmam’s blog. It’s about our childhood and it’s called “When I was young”. I love looking back on my childhood because it was awesome.
With such a busy Easter weekend behind us, we took this weekend very easy. I didn’t make any crazy plans. In fact, we planned nothing which was good for some, too. Let the kids go wild in the garden and house. That was pretty much our weekend summed up.
We are into day four of our holidays from last week in England. That morning we planned to get up early enough to make our way to Paulton Park.Ideally we wanted to be on the road by 10am. We actually managed to follow our plans and left shortly before ten. There was not much to pack anyway other than nappies, wipes, snack and our tickets.
It is day three of our adventures. Time to look back on the day what we did and share with you our day of fun. This was in fact Good Friday. With it being Easter, I couldn’t resist but buying tickets to go to Cadbury World. It was only a 40 minutes drive from the hotel which was so close. It’s driving around Birmingham on the motorway and you are basically there in no time. To enter Cadbury World, you do need to book your tickets in advanced. There are self-guided tours every ten minutes. It was sold out very fast but we managed to get a slot for 3pm.