Christmas Reviews

Trees & Baubles – The Christmas Blog Hop With Balsam Hill

  • December 2, 2017

It’s the first weekend of December and the tree is up. This is the earliest we’ve ever done it, normally it’s the middle of the month and we’re only just getting into the Christmas spirit. This year we were invited to take part in the Christmas Blog Hop with Balsam Hill so my festive spirit has arrived early! The 1st December arrived and I felt quite excited about Christmas. I drove to >>

Parenting Reviews

Numbugz – A Fun Way To Practice Maths

  • November 24, 2017

Little H is now in Year 2 and the work is getting noticeably harder, especially the maths. She’s quite good at maths when she puts her mind to it but it does take a bit of explaining sometimes. I very was interested to try out a new travel game from Plyt called NumBugz. As the name suggests it’s all based around numbers and I’d much prefer to play games as a >>

Parenting Reviews

12 Alternative Advent Calendar Ideas

  • November 17, 2017

I’ve always just bought the traditional chocolate advent calendars from the supermarket but alternative advent calendars are becoming really popular now. I’m thinking about buying something a bit different this year, especially as Little H is old enough to appreciate it, and there are loads to choose from. If you’re also thinking about ditching the standard chocolate advent calendar this Christmas, here’s a list of my favourite alternative advent calendar >>

Books Reviews

Ronald the Rhino – A Twinkl Book With Augmented Reality

  • November 6, 2017

This month we were asked to check out a brand new book from Twinkl. We’ve used resources from Twinkl before (read our post here) so were happy to check out their new book, especially as we all love reading as you may have noticed from previous posts! Twinkl have lots of amazing resources available for all ages, and Ronald the Rhino is one of their ebooks that has been turned into a printed >>

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Parenting Reviews

Staying Safe And Seen With Reflective Accessories From Pogu

  • October 10, 2017

That’s it, the darker evenings and mornings are well on their way. It’s all downhill from now on! Walking anywhere near roads with kids is frightening enough as it is, even more so when the days are getting shorter. I’m not really out with Little H much after dark, but on the days she has after school club until almost 6 pm it can be very dark as we get nearer the >>

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Books Parenting Reviews

October Book Recommendation – The Princess and The Giant

  • October 9, 2017

You may have seen last month that I’m recommending a book we’ve been reading each month. If you missed it, here is September’s book recommendation. This month our favourite book has been The Princess and The Giant – another great book with a lot of girl power! October’s Book Recommendation The Princess and The Giant is about a girl called Sophie who has a beanstalk in her garden. The giant >>

Parenting Reviews

Whizz Bang Pop – A Magazine For Science Mad Kids!

  • October 6, 2017

Little H loves science – apparently, she wants to be a scientist when she grows up – so we were excited to review the fab Whizz Pop Bang kids’ science magazine. Whizz Pop Bang is an award-winning children’s science magazine making science fun and engaging for 6-11 year old’s. Each magazine is packed full of hands-on experiments, fascinating facts, science news and discoveries, as well as interviews with real scientists. The issue we >>

Parenting Reviews

Luxury Roses From Prestige Flowers

  • September 29, 2017

I love getting flowers. Unfortunately, it only happens 3 times a year these days – Valentines Day, Mothers Day and our wedding anniversary. I do buy myself a bunch of supermarket flowers every so often as I always think having flowers in the house makes such a difference. Last week I was sent some beautiful, luxury flowers from Prestige Flowers which was a lovely surprise to come home from work >>

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Days Out Reviews

Exploring The Deep At Weymouth Sealife Adventure Park

  • September 15, 2017

Last weekend we were invited to the Weymouth Sealife Adventure Park to explore CBBC’s The Deep: Junior Nekton Academy. The Deep experience involves a series of themed interactive explorer zones with exciting puzzles to help kids explore life under the sea. Adventurers who successfully solve the puzzles will earn themselves the honorary title of ‘Junior Nekton’ and win a special prize. The Deep runs from Saturday September 9th – Sunday September 1st. >>

Books Parenting Reviews

September Book Recommendation – Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World

  • September 4, 2017

We love reading and it’s been a part of Little H’s bedtime routine since she was tiny. I’ve always been a bookworm and think it’s so important to encourage your kids to enjoy reading. I’ve written before about our favourite books and as we read a lot I thought I’d start a monthly book recommendation. To kick off here’s our first book… Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World We >>

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