It has been a whirlwind year but one of the best.  Here is my round up before I say bye-bye for the holidays.  See you on the other side in 2014 for more Princess and the Pram titbits and lovely things for your little ones.  xxx

Best Highlight of 2013: 
The arrival of Little B in the summer heatwave.  Now a super smiley 5 monther, she completes our family and we feel very blessed indeed to have her and her   rambunctious bro.
Amusing quote of the year:
What does Daddy do? [Little A’s nursery teacher]
He’s a singer. [For the record Daddy works in an office]
Best place for brunch with kids:
Without doubt the Serpentine Bar & Kitchen.  We have spent many a Sunday morning walking down the Serpentine feeding the ducks and then enjoying brunch on pretty Burleigh Asiatic Pheasant plates in this kid friendly place.  It looks a little strange from the outside but it’s very chilled and the perfect place to meet up with friends where the kids can go scooting around the park afterwards.
Great discoveries in 2013:
Fraser and Parsley bespoke stationery, Minkie Mary the dummy fairy, Milestone Baby Cards, playing ‘Night Safari‘ and Little B’s Sleepyhead
Inside Little A’s stocking will be:
A robofish for the tub, Martin Gulliver Safari cutlery, a Mickey Mouse teddy and Raymond Briggs’s Father Christmas DVD.
Inside Little B’s stocking will be:
Weaning spoons, Moulin Roty cuddlies and Little White Company clothing
I am hoping Father C might leave me by the tree:
A pencil portrait of Little A by Pamela Lloyd-Jones, a new personalised photo Iphone 5s cover, and some men’s Calvin Klein PJ bottoms so I don’t keep lounging around in my hubbys.
Christmas in three words will be:
Family, Laughter and Indulgent
I can’t wait for 2014 because:
Little B’s will be Christened, my niece will be born and Little A will embark on his Wimbledon career – new tennis racket in hand.


All in the detail:
Sprout wreath at Notonthehightstreet, click here to view
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