Bunchems BunchBot Review

We are always looking for inspiration for fun toys that are creative, engaging and don’t require batteries and this is where Bunchems BunchBot comes in. Last Christmas, we bought Isabella some Bunchems and she’s loved them; she would always go through phases of playing with them lots and then have periods of not wanting to play with them for a while. We’ve been having lots of fun with them for the past 6 months though and when we were offered {Read More}

Adding new flavours to your kitchen with Santa Maria’s new Latin American Kitchen Range

As a busy parent, I’m always on the hunt for tasty food that’s simple to prepare but flaverful and yummy too. The new Latin American Range from Santa Maria has been perfect for adding some heat and flavour to our wet summer so far. There’s a great range of cooking sauces, rice, seasonings and more to help you add some Latin American heat to your dinner tables. We were kindly sent some cook-in sauces and rice to try all with {Read More}

Little People Caring for Animals Review

We love Fisher-Price Little People – they are easy to hold for small hands and they are robust and grow with your child too. The Little People Caring for Animals Farm is no different. Fantastically engaging for young children, this Caring for Animals Farm folds out to add to fun or closes shut for more compact storing. Both my two and five-year-old love playing and interacting with the animals on the farm. Benjamin enjoys the animals for what they are {Read More}

Bigjigs Portable Cooker

One of our all time favourite toys is our wooden shop and the Bigjigs Portable Cooker is the perfect addition to our role-play corner. I’ve been looking into buying a small kitchen to go with our shop for a long time but I couldn’t find exactly what I was after. When Bigjigs sent through this Portable Cooker, it was the perfect compromise and I the kids couldn’t have been happier. They were now able to add a completely new element {Read More}

Bright Star Kids Labels

With the school year coming to a close and the thought of the summer holidays fast approaching, you might not be thinking about next years’ school supplies. However, you don’t want to get caught out and end up labelling everything the night before school starts! This year, we are getting super prepared and with thanks to Bright Star Kids name labels we are going to have Isabella and Benjamin’s clothes, water bottles, pencils and bags all prepared and ready for {Read More}

Wooden Toys Review: Dodo & Bilby

We have kindly been sent a couple of wooden toys to review from Balance Seesaw online shop; we received the Shoot the Bird and Balance Seesaw to road test. The toys come beautifully packaged in colourful tissue paper within in a sturdy Royal Mail box. One of our toys arrived packaged nicely in paper but there wasn’t a box for the toy. If you are ordering toys for yourself, this of course isn’t an issue at all, however, I feel {Read More}

Skye and Zuma’s Lighthouse Rescue: Review

If your little one loves Paw Patrol, Skye and Zuma’s Lighthouse Rescue and Rocky’s Barn Rescue would make an ideal gift. Not only would they be entertained for hours racing hovercrafts, cars and trucks around the tracks, they can use additional play figures to create their own Adventure Bay scenarios. The Lighthouse Rescue track is the bigger of the two sets with 13 track pieces, including a special Wally track piece. Included are a light-up lighthouse, dock track piece, 2 {Read More}

Tea Set on a Tray: Bigjigs Review

I love that my children have an imagination and delight in watching them use it through play. When taking part in any sort of role play, children have to create a dialogue with themselves or with others around them; they imitate people and things they hear around them in everyday life and essentially create stories to give ‘characters’ a voice. By immersing your child in the language surrounding everyday activities, they develop an understanding of vocabulary and intonation and are {Read More}

Making Meals with the Kids

Children always manage to find the most inconvenient times to decide they need a cuddle or just want to literally stand hugging your leg or asking you questions, don’t they! My two seem to know instinctively when it is time for me to start making the dinner and they almost turn into some sort of clingy, whingy whiny horror that only manages to get under my feet. Well, instead of having arguments or tantrums and trying to force the children {Read More}

Hartmann’s underpads – perfect for potty training!

With Benjamin almost ready to move into his ‘big boy bed’ and the thoughts of potty training looming, we’ve been getting a few things ready to help out with the possibility of bedtime accidents and Hartmann’s underpads are top on the list of items to get stocked up on. If you’ve ever gone through the potty training thing, you’ll know just how hard it can be but for some, it’s not the day time toilet training that’s the issue, it’s {Read More}

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