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Review

Siblings by Linda Blair – Book Review

Siblings by Linda Blair is a fantastic bible for any parent who has (or is thinking of having) more than one child. The book is based upon scientific  research and written by a clinical psychologist. Linda’s approach to the often difficult and draining problems that arise with raising siblings is positive and rational. She doesn’t …

Review

milk&more – My Experience

Who remembers milk being delivered by the Milkman? We never bought milk from a shop when I was younger it was always delivered to our doorstep whilst we slept. I remember the frozen top of the milk bottle (that was the best part) and being told off for using too much on my cereal. Nowadays …

Review

Artfull Puffin – Christmas Range

As December approaches we are entering full on festivities and I love nothing more than grabbing a hot drink, putting on a Christmas tune and settling at the table to write my Christmas cards. I am a bit of a stationery hoarder, I’m obsessed with all things greetings cards, gift tags, wrapping paper, pens, notebooks …

Review

The Supermum Myth – Book Review

The Supermum Myth is a book that every mother should read whether you suffer from anxiety, guilt, feelings of comparison or negative thoughts. It is written by Anya Hayes and Dr Rachel Andrew and published by Crimson Publishing – an independent publisher based in Bath. The book is available from Amazon, Kindle and there is also …

Review

Bigjigs Medieval Train Set – Review

What little child doesn’t love a wooden train set? When the Bigjigs Medieval Train Set arrived for us to review both Amelie and Charlie were squealing with excitement begging me to unbox the surprise inside. The Medieval Train Set comes complete with everything you could possibly want for an adventure – 46 play pieces to …

Review

Organix Punk’D Oaty Bars

Whether it be taking a trip to the supermarket 2 minutes up the road, a day trip somewhere or just indoors, my children are always starving. Going out of the house for me, is like packing to feed the 5000, there’s drinks, fruit, sandwiches, crackers and extra supplies just in case – I’m prepared for …

Diet / Fitness, Review

The Diet Plate®

Summer is well and truly here, people are getting ready for holidays abroad or stay-cations in the UK and others have returned from a holiday feeling sluggish and bloated after indulging in the all inclusive food at the hotel… sound about right? Yup, the latter is most definitely me, I always feel like I need to …

Family

LeapFrog My Own LeapTop, Scout – My Thoughts

Just before Christmas I was visiting a good friend of mine, whilst at her house she gave Charlie a LeapFrog My Own LeapTop to play with. I had not seen this kind of children’s laptop before but Charlie absolutely loved playing with it. So it was only natural that it went on the Christmas list. As soon …