Monday, 23 February 2015

365 Project Days 51-54


We spotted this on the way to Norwich Castle on Friday. I love the sentiment,  it's just a shame that there's so much in the world that isn't cool :(



On Saturday Charlie had a shopping trip with his aunt as a belated birthday present. He couldn't resist posing on the bus in his new hat! 


Every day I struggle with the fact that my baby girl is going to be 11 this year and will start High School in September. What happened to my firstborn?! 


As we sat waiting for Molly to finish gymnastics Harry joined me in the front of the car and for some reason he was really excited to be able to see the river in the distance. Little things…..!!

Thursday, 19 February 2015

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

365 Project days 48 & 49


We decided to take a cake to the children's grandparents' so they made their favourite chocolate chip loaf cake. It's a really simple recipe but they all love taking part in making it and it tastes delicious.


Molly has gained a huge appetite over the last couple of months, which explains the growth spurt she has had although she seems to be growing upwards not outwards, fortunately for her. Today she ate all her lunch, finished Harry's main and Charlie's desserts and then tucked into her Grandma's dessert as well, the greedy girl!!!

Netflix on TalkTalk TV


Netflix on-demand TV has recently been added to TalkTalk TV. If you're already a customer of Netflix it's easy to add your account to TalkTalk by accessing the On Demand feature and adding your account details to the sign in screen.

If you've never had Netflix before you can try it for free for one month (terms & conditions apply. See here). It's a doddle to set up and took me just a couple of minutes. Credit/debit card details are taken but you're not charged until the free trial period ends, unless you cancel the subscription before the end date. Payment plans start at just £5.99 a month.

I really like that there are no long-term contracts so you can cancel at anytime and you're not tied into 12 month contracts. Great to dip in and out of during half-term breaks.



It's really easy to navigate through Netflix and you can either browse for something to watch or search by name. 


There's a large range of drama, movies, TV series and children's entertainment on Netflix. Two shows on the top of my want-to-see list are Orange Is The New Black and House of Cards, both Netflix-exclusive programmes and after having a quick scan through the children's guide I can see the children will be kept more than happy during the school holiday…and long after! There's a number of movies and TV series that they've been wanting to watch for some time and I just know that they'll love having it all on demand.

Hubby and I have also taken the opportunity of having a film night, without having to plan a trip to the library to hire a DVD. It's so handy having it all at our fingertips.

I recommend that you take up the free month's trial and find out for yourself. You've got nothing to lose!


*We were not paid for this post. It was written as part of the TalkTalk Ambassador programme that we are currently part of. All opinion is honest and based upon our own experiences.








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