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    Roo the Performer

    Roo is nearly 14, and over the years she’s been involved in many activities, she enjoys music and is currently all-in on the Tik Tok buzz that’s around. With her tastes, shes enjoys music and listens to things every day through her air-buds, in the variety of things she watches music and films/TV with musicals references are things that she enjoys, she will take any moment any opportunity to do some sort of performance, even just walking around the house.

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  • Lego 75946 | Hungarian Horntail Triwizard challenge

    Lego 75946, Hungarian Horntail and the Triwizard challenge is based on the 4th film, the Goblet of fine in which combatants face the Horntail dragon in an effort to get a golden egg. This set has 265 pieces and contains 4 mini-figures, Horntail Dragon and Tent, Its RRP is £29.99.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / October 23, 2020
  • What are you watching this Halloween?

    With it being October and for some the best time of the year as they love Halloween, the question on film watches minds will be, What am I’m watching this Halloween? If you’re like me I do enjoy Halloween style films, whether they be Family or Horror, but I actually tend to keep these for October, it adds to the excitement a fun of it all, it also rotates my film watch much like I do for Xmas, in which I November and December are those months.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / October 21, 2020
  • The kids still play together

    We have 3 kids, Roo is 13, Tigger is 9 and piglet is 4, essentially they are 3 kids at 3 different age groups and school groups in the olden days, but it’s just how things have worked out over the years, this wasn’t ever planned to be this separated in years but it just happened. Having this distance apart in years means there taste in things is largely different, so can they play together still?

    Family
    / October 19, 2020
  • Loot Crate | Showdown April 2019

    Loot Crate is a website that distributes pop culture items in either singularly or as part of crates, within those crates they can be a particular theme or a complete mystery, even theme ones can often be a varied mix and shrouded in mystery. This one was the continued run of crates with the previous two being Transformation and Cosmic.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / October 16, 2020
  • Fitness update September | Getting back into a Rhythm

    I’ve detailed before my struggles with my weight, and this year was meant to be getting back into a routine and retake that weight off, however with everything that’s happened it become a bit stagnant, my motivation, Time and accessibility has decreased, to the point now my weight is much higher than its been in 4 years.

    Dad Life
    / October 14, 2020
  • Warwick Castle | Lockdown Review

    Warwick Castle is an attraction and part of the Merlin Group, in which we used our Merlin passes to visit. It focuses on the castle and the estate, with its history and some more modern-day fun with a medieval theme, This visit would be focusing on the Lockdown procedures etc, for up to date information make sure you check their site before you leave.

    Travel
    / October 12, 2020
  • Lego 76130| Stark Jet and the Drone Attack

    Lego 76130, Stark jet and the Drone attack is a set from the MCU film Spiderman Far from home, which features 504 pieces and includes 4 mini-figures, stark jet and 2 drones, it’s one of 3 sets released from the film and has an RRP of £54.99.

    Dad's Man Cave
    / October 9, 2020
  • Halloween this year? lockdown

    With Halloween approaching, I would normally be planning our decorations and sweets etc, with festivities and fun for both our kiddies and others, the last few years we’ve grown into making a much bigger deal, but this year is different, 2020 has been a challenging year and with the lockdown and worry for many, I don’t if it’s right I should be doing Trick or treat for people.

    Family
    / October 5, 2020
  • Diary of our COVID 19 Lockdown | September

    Back in March I decided to do a Weekly Lockdown Diary with the kids and Boo all stuck at home, and myself still at work because I was classed as a key worker, and as the months ticked on buy we were slowly heading back to some sort of normality, the kids returned to school, I still worked, and Boo was getting back to more of a routine, and this month I decided to move our weekly review to monthly, this was the end of Summer, we squeezed a couple of last-minute outings before the school return.

    Family
    / October 2, 2020