So You’re Going To Have A Christmas Baby…

So You’re Going To Have A Christmas Baby…

When I found out Sienna was going to be a December baby, I didn’t think about it in too much detail. Obviously there was the initial “oooh near Christmas” but I don’t think I contemplated how near until the due date crept up on us. Lucas was born eleven days early (on my 30th birthday – not ideal) so I was betting on the second arriving early too however, as time grew nearer, it dawned on me that that might…

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Roversi Christmas Traditions

Roversi Christmas Traditions

It’s the 5th December and I’m feeling fully festive after a lovely family weekend. We’re putting the decorations up next weekend and then it’s Lucas’ Christmas Play at school so lots of lovely things to look forward to. I thought it would be nice to share five Roversi Christmas traditions that we have each Christmas.  Advent Calendar The advent calendar is an important part of Christmas for me. Ever since I can remember my Mum has bought me a chocolate…

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The Christmas Tag

The Christmas Tag

I thought I’d begin my Christmas posts with The Blogger Christmas Tag – a series of fun festive questions that give an insight into Christmas in the Bubble. If you fancy joining in, please tag me as I love reading things like this!  What’s your favourite Christmas movie? The Grinch! My favourite scene is theone where he’s trying on different outfits. It never fails to make me laugh but that’s Jim Carey for you! I haven’t seen the new one…

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The Roversi Routine

The Roversi Routine

Ages ago, I asked on Instagram (where I reside 90% of the time) what posts people would like to see on the blog. One of the responses was about our routine. Initially I thought “Why is our routine interesting or different to anyone else?” but then I thought that, actually, we have an unconventional life. My routine with two children works around my husbands working hours. I suppose our routine is slightly different. I’ve decided to focus on weekdays as…

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The Autumn Tag

The Autumn Tag

I suppose I have to say that no one tagged me in the Blogger Autumn Tag, I just fancied doing it! I always like reading them on others blogs. If you want to have a go, feel free to say I tagged you! 1. Favourite candle scent? I always gravitate towards the “Fresh Linen” Yankee candle. I used to have lots of candles pre-children and loved nothing more than lighting them all on an evening and sitting in the cosiness….

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Dublin, Ireland

Dublin, Ireland

If you’re a follower of my Instagram account, you’ll probably know that this Yorkshire lass went to Dublin, Ireland. Now, if I was to write a post on everything we got up to, it would be a ridiculously long. With this in mind, I’ve decided to focus on my five highlights on my first ever trip to Ireland. Kilmainham Gaol Readers of Becka’s Bubble probably don’t know that I have an interest in prisons. I put it down to growing…

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Introducing…YorkshireMumof4

Introducing…YorkshireMumof4

Introducing YorkshireMumof4 aka Gemma. Anyone with more than two children deserves a medal if you ask me. I only just survive keeping two alive. It’s always nice to feature bloggers from my neck of the woods!

Cherry Crumble California| #AD

Cherry Crumble California| #AD

Cherry Crumble, sounds like a delicious wintering pudding for after your homemade Sunday Roast, doesn’t it? Well actually, as far as this post goes, it couldn’t be more opposite! A wide range of colourful clothing for children up to the age of 12 years old.Cherry Crumble California is an online kids clothing store full of colour, quality and excellent prices.

Guest Post: Mum In The Middle East

Guest Post: Mum In The Middle East

Ey Up!  Welcome to my first ever guest post! I’m proper excited to play host to my lovely friends writing, as she tells you all how she finds parenthood in a country completely different from her home. It’s a subject I find fascinating and I hope you will too. Now over to Mum In The Middle East…