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  1. Wow, 8am! That is a lie-in, I can’t wait for the day Archie can understand that haha. Our #2 is coming a little closer together so I think we’ll be sleep deprived a little longer, though the fresh air will definitely help (won’t it!?). Thanks for linking up to #MarvMondays. Kaye xo

  2. Forget surviving the school holidays-I live for them! I am a teacher though so that explains why. Looks as though you’ve had a fab time though. #theBabyFormula

  3. Yay lovely big sister who cares a lot, I love the fact you say she says she is breathing!! I know my answer would be that’s good!! They’ll be best mates as baby gets older!

  4. That’s great she will wait for 8am – good job! I agree on not telling plans until it’s time to go because there can be so many questions & if something happens & you can’t go it’s a total disaster then. Looks like you had a really lovely day to visit Whipsnade Zoo! #MG

  5. you make me want another baby, so cute! I agree with the secret plans!!! Thank you for linking up #mg

  6. Secret plans are the only way to go anywhere with my three year old. Made the mistake of telling him he was going to a party in three weeks and now he asks me everyday, ‘today?’ ‘now?’ Ahhh!
    Your bambino is super cute 🙂

  7. Great tips! I also love getting the kids out for fresh air, either to the park or local pond to feed the ducks. It doesnt even need to cost money either 🙂 Your girls are beautiful #MyWildOnes

  8. Great tips I shall keep them in mind for when my daughter begins school and has holidays. Whipsnade Zoo is probably one of the best zoos, must go again soon.
    Sophie x

  9. Some great tips! I know how hard it can be when you have a newborn and another child, they must feel a little ousted from their place as only child. When A was born, O was only just over 2 years and he used to continue waking at 5.30am, it was hard work after being awake so long with the baby. Thanks so much for linking up with your tips to #HowtoSunday 🙂 x

  10. Such great tips. I can’t wait for the day where we get lie ins again. Patience is definitely a top tip and I love the idea of secret plans in case things go wrong.Thank you so much for sharing with #whatevertheweather x

  11. Outdoors is always a favourite of mine, the boys always play so much better together and with other kids when they are outside. There is rarely fighting, but lots of running, biking and chasing. Secret plans don’t work so well for mine, it’s always best to tell our 4 year old where we are going first, as he’s not good with surprises. Just popping by again from #Whatevertheweather Thanks so much for linking up! 🙂 x

  12. Great tips! I especially like the secret plans – my parents used to do that with my brother and me when we were little. Whenever I asked where we were going my dad always said ‘there and back to see how far it is’ 🙂 #MyWildOnes

  13. It sounds like you’ve figured out how to survive!! What gorgeous photos, though the last has to be the best, you can just see how fascinated your little girl is 🙂
    Thanks for sharing on #thebabyformula

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