Treatbox Review: Do you deserve a treat?

I’m a busy working mum, with little time for myself. So when Treatbox got in contact asking if I would like to try out one of their monthly Treatboxes I thought why not? I think I deserve a treat every now and again. Plus I have a sweet tooth! To be honest I love all subscription boxes and I love…

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Living Arrows 8/53 (2018)

Welcome back to our little weekly round-up of Living Arrows 8/53 (2018). I’m enjoying getting into the routine of sharing a little bit of our life and how my gorgeous 2 year old is growing away so fast! You can catch up on last week’s post here : Living Arrows 7/53. The idea behind Living Arrows is to celebrate childhood.…

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Product Review: Step ‘n’ Potty From Bumbo

Potty training – yes it’s nearly that time. For weeks baby girl has been showing the signs that she’s ready. Examples being taking her clothes off, saying wee wee, hiding behind the sofa to have a pooh and having a dry nappy for periods of time. In fact when she had a horrible virus last year, my GP wanted a…

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#LuckyLinky Week 46

Hello and welcome back to #LuckyLinky Week 46. As you all know I love to enter competitions and have been doing it for years, much longer than I have been blogging! So I want to see all your lovely competitions all in one place. It will make it much easier for all of us who love to enter competitions and…

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Spring/Summer Fashion Trends for Women 2018

Here’s to hoping the end is in sight of all the cold wet weather we have been having recently. So to get in a cheery mood I’ve been browsing online at what the “experts” predict to be the key fashion trends for Spring/Summer 2018. You may remember last year when I discussed the Winter fashion trends and how it was…

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How to introduce colour into early years teaching

The importance of colour in early years. Babies begin to learn from the second that they are born. But stimulating a child’s mind and helping them develop their awareness are crucial to ensuring that they absorb as much as possible in the early years. Where does colour come into learning and development? Infinite Playgrounds, designers and creators of playground canopies,…

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Review and Giveaway: Miss Mary’s Daughter by Diney Costeloe

Today it’s my stop on the blog tour for Miss Mary’s Daughter by Diney Costeloe. This one in particular interested me due to it being partly set in Cornwall. I love historical fiction and Diney’s new novel doesn’t disappoint.  

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Slappie Watch Review

I remember when I was young having those slap bands you used to slap around your wrist. Well now you can get the Slappie watches, for kids and adults. Slappie is a UK company that won investment on Dragon’s Den in 2016. In fact I actually remember seeing the Slappie on there. Dragon’s Den is one of our favourite programmes.…

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Spades, Space and Spices: Your Picture Perfect Family Garden

Your garden is a sweet and safe sanctuary which is enjoyed all year round by your family. The one place the children feel free and easy is outside on the grass; fiddling with the grubby soil, getting their knees muddy and kicking a ball into the dainty flower beds, that’s what playing in the garden is all about. With the…

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Boho Betty Bracelet Review

I’m a huge fan of bracelets. Now I don’t have the smallest of wrists so I’m always eager to find gorgeous bracelets that fit without looking too small. If they are quite fine bracelets I layer or stack them on the wrist to avoid looking too chunky! When Boho Betty got in touch asking if I would like to review…

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Living Arrows 7/53 (2018)

You can catch up on last week’s post here : Living Arrows 6/53. The idea behind Living Arrows is to celebrate childhood. It’s name is taken from a poem by Kahlil Gibran, “You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth” This past week has been very special. Someone turned 2 years old! I know…

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Book Review: 2051 by L. Stanley

This past week I have been reading a new dystopian novel by L. Stanley, 2051: The Emancipated Synthetic. I haven’t read a dystopian book for while. The last ones being the The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, but those books are more young adult designed. I did watch The Handmaid’s Tale last year on TV and really enjoyed it, that’s…

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Photo Related Gift Ideas

If you are wondering what to buy a family member or friend for their birthday or other special celebration a photo-related gift could be the perfect answer. As you will see, there is a lot you can do with the photos you take or images you buy and download from the web. Order a nice canvas print It is really…

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