I started this about 5 years ago to keep track of places I’ve been to and want to remember or pass on as recommendations. Five years later and a baby later this site will potentially go in a more baby orientated direction as I’ve found it hard to know whats baby friendly around me for days out. Given everything happening with Covid currently, businesses have had to change their operations so may have limited/no seating, one way systems etc. that can be challenging with a buggy, so I’ve started to keep note of places worth visiting!
Things to do Indoor
Having a baby in November, means by the time you’re ready to leave the house, the weather is pretty shit! Theres a couple of things to do indoors with a baby, but its not great – I’ll continue to update as I find more to do! Dundrum Town CentreStephens Green Shopping CentreNational Gallery of IrelandIf…
Baby Friendly Eating!
Going out for food with a baba can be a little stressful – especially when there is a buggy to be pushed around! I’ve noticed that it can be quite difficult to navigate it through busy shops and cafes, so I’ve put together a little list of places that are welcoming and buggy friendly -…
Things to do Outdoors
When there is actually some bit of sunshine in Dublin, its great to get outside! There are a couple of options below and will be updated as I go along and figure it all out!
After our few days in London at the NFL game we made our way down to Brighton for the last leg of babymoon!
London – NFL
Our final trip before the baba’s arrival was to an NFL game in the new spurs stadium and two days in London before getting the train down to Brighton for two days! Hotel The Megaro We booked into The Megaro at Kings Cross for our two nights in London, we wanted a pretty central location…
Our babymoon in Port de Soller, Mallorca
Ireland – Staycation
We booked a week off in August to do a little staycation/babymoon. We had a couple of Bluebook vouchers from the wedding so decided to put them to good use. We started off with two very different places in Wexford before moving across to Limerick.
I booked a weekend in Milan during one of the cheap Ryanair sales, and we were initially due to go in September but pushed it out to the first weekend of December. I had never been to Italy before so was very much looking forward to putting on a good 3 stone over the weekend.
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