Primark & H&M Haul – Kids Clothes

Last week I took the kids shopping in Bromley for some new spring wear. They are both growing so fast and have grown out of most of their summer clothes from last year so I decided to hit the shops but didn’t want to hit my purse too hard and so we headed to my trusted H&M and Primark!

What we bought:



Here are the prices of each individual item;

Leshays clothes came to a total of only £38.47

 

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Silver headband £2.99 from H&M and Flower clips £1.50 each from Primark (pack of 3)

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T-shirt £2.99 from H&M

 

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T-shirt £2.99 from H&M

 

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Blue dress £4 from Primark

 

 

Jaray clothes came to a total of only £35.47


Jogging bottoms from Primark £6


Shorts from Primark £3.50 (I left the sticker on this one for you all lol)

 

Shorts from Primark £6


T-shirt from H&M for £2.99


T-shirt from H&M £3.99

I hope that you enjoyed this haul and found this post useful for ideas for your children.

Which item do you like the best?

I’d love to hear from you so be sure to leave your comments below and how about you share this with your friends too for ideas for their children’s wardrobe this spring!

Thanks for reading!

Layonie Jae x

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Holiday Inn Hotel, Milton Keynes 

Our weekend away!

Last weekend I surprised my kids with a weekend away at The Holiday Inn hotel in Milton Keynes!

The reason why I chose the Holiday Inn hotel was because of their pool and I chose Milton Keynes because it was an easy location for me to travel to from London and to have my mum travel down from Manchester to meet us there!
I have always passed through Milton Keynes on the train when travelling to and from Manchester to London and so I decided that I would actually visit the area and I am so glad that I did!


This is a snippet from my Snapchat: layoniejae 

​In the mornings we enjoyed fresh fruit, a full English breakfast and mini cakes, coffee and fresh juice at the buffet and then we would go down to the pool and spend all day swimming and splashing around relaxing and having fun and in the evenings we would head over to the shopping centre to have dinner!

It was so lovely to just unwind and forget about the hustle and bustle of everyday life and stresses that come with working, juggling childcare and running a home whilst trying to pursue personal goals and projects too, it was a mini get away and it felt great!! I deffo recommend a weekend away at a hotel with a pool if it isn’t something that you would normally do yourself! The kids totally enjoyed it and didn’t want to come back home!!

The intu shopping centre there is so family friendly with sandpits and children’s activities displayed through out the centre for children (and adults of all ages) to take part in, it had a nice welcoming atmosphere and is definitely a town that I will visit again plus it was only 5 minutes away from The Holiday Inn hotel too which was a bonus!

Price:

We paid £169.20 for 2 nights (2 adults, 2 children) kids go free!

And it was well worth the price!

Do you enjoy a weekend away at a hotel? What is your best hotel to stay at?

I’d love to hear from you so please leave a comment below and share your experiences with me!

Thanks for reading,

Layonie Jae x