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    Camel Coat Outfit – London Street Style | LINK UP

    Happy Wednesday! And welcome to another outfit link up. Today I’m sharing a camel coat outfit that I have been wearing tons lately. SHOP THIS LOOK This Primark camel coat has been my go-to lately and I love pairing it with white or cream tones, along with light wash jeans or white jeans. You can see a few more outfits for ideas on how to style camel shades in the post that I wrote last week. This coat is a bit oversized, quite long and I love the structure of it and the statement buttons detail. I have tried linking similar style items above in case you are interested. My…

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    Visiting the Natural History Museum of London with a Toddler | 6 Tips

    London has so many amazing things to offer for everyone, kids included. One of the things we braved doing this past weekend was visiting the Natural History Museum of London with a toddler. I always heard of people visiting museums with toddlers and the thought of it kinda scared me at first to be honest. I thought it would be overwhelming and not very enjoyable with an energetic toddler. Boy, was I wrong! It was an incredible experience both for us, and for Victor (our almost 2 year old). I cannot wait to take him as he grows too, so that we can take our time and read all the…

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    A Day in Richmond Park with a Toddler | London

    Last weekend we visited Richmond Park in London for the first time. We were in awe. It is so beautiful that I just had to capture some moments and share them here with you. Of course, along with our experience walking through Richmond Park with a toddler. The entrance has a small playground made mostly of wood, which is so cute. Victor had a quick go on the slide and then we went on our little hike. We walked towards the Isabella Plantation. It is stunning. So lush and green everywhere you look. There are some ponds inside the plantation and I hear it’s even more spectacular during spring when…