France: Campervan Adventures With Baby (Pt. 1)

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There are a few things you ought to know about me when it comes to holidays…

  1. I love exploring new places. I’m not one to be found lying on a beach for hours on end. I get bored, I get hot, I don’t sunbathe…
  2. I love campervan trips . My husband and I first did this about 7 years ago and absolutely loved it! It suits our spontaneous (indecisive/less organised) characters, as you have the flexibility to book at campsites last minute (or just turn up if not in high season), change direction of travel and the duration of your stay.
  3. I absolutely adore France! Everything… It’s food, wine, language, culture and history.

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‘Family’ – Why we need a better definition

Family…

A beautiful word. A loving word. An innocent word. A word that makes you infinitely bonded to others. A word that reminds you of troubles. A word that is loaded with hard memories. AΒ  word that triggers feelings of loss. A word that you long to long to have in your life…

I started hearing the word family immediately after my son was born. People would congratulate us on our little family. It felt wonderful, to be described as a family, but it also got me thinking – “Were we not already a family before?

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