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WE'RE GOING ON HOLIDAY


WERE GOING ON HOLIDAY!!! Im so excited its our first family holiday together and were going to CUBA!!!

So this weeks post is about my plans for the holiday (vlogging) and asking you guys some tips about travelling with a baby!

So the plan is to buy myself a go pro hero 5 the reason for this is its waterproof without a waterproof housing so i can vlog on holiday and it dosnt matter if it gets wet you can still hear me and all is fine and dandy! I will hopefully be vlogging most days whilst were away (were going for 2 weeks) however they will not be posted up whilst im away as i dont want to spend an hour or two out of my day to edit and upload. So as soon as i get back from holiday i will be editing the videos and they will go up every day from when im home. However i will probably schedule some beauty videos for whilst im away in case you lot miss me! The holiday vlogs will be going up on my vlogging channel and not my main channel so make sure you subscribe to it so you will be notified when they go up.

In the mean time i will be filming lots of travel videos on my main channel like a whats in my hand luggage etc.

So now this is where you lovely lot come in, i need you to comment below with some travel advice Eloise will be just over a year old when we go so i need travel buggy advice, how to keep her happy on the plane etc anything you can think of please leave it below, its about a 9 hour flight so im a little bit nervous about how shes going to be on the plane.

Thanks so much for reading please press the follow button on the side, and see you next week!




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