The Christmas Play Rehearsal by Sue Wickstead

I do love this festive time of year. I loved being in the nativity play at school. For a few years I was an angel. I can’t wait until it’s my girls time to be in the school plays. This weekend we started reading The Christmas Play Rehearsal by Sue Wickstead as one of our Christmas books.

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Do You Give Enough to Charity?

Ask yourself and answer honestly – do you feel as though you give enough to charity? Can you honestly say that you couldn’t give anything more to charity? However you answer that question, it is worth considering as we are always being asked to give more and more to charitable causes, all of which a worthwhile. According to a study…

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The Herodrive Vehicle Collection Review

Growing up I was a huge fan of Batman and Superman. In fact I’m still a huge DC fan so love The Flash as well. Getting the chance to try out the new Herodrive vehicle collection was a hit with me as well as my daughter, yes I’m a big kid! I suppose I’m fascinated with kids toys as much…

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#LuckyLinky Week 83

Hello and welcome back to #LuckyLinky Week 83. 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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PJ Masks Mission Control HQ Playset Review

My daughter has been a fan of PJ Masks for a while now. We reviewed the PJ Masks Deluxe 16 Figure Pack a while back if you remember and the PJ Masks Time to Be a Hero DVD. Her favourite character is Owlette, because she is very smart and helpful. For those of you who don’t know who or what…

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Little White Teeth Review and Giveaway

It’s the 1st of December, the start of a crazy month of competitions for everyone. With a toddler and a baby I’m not going to be keeping up posting a competition each day, so I though I’d do one every other day through out advent. Today’s competition is a copy of The Little White Teeth. It’s really hard getting a…

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What We Have Enjoyed in November

Here we are at the end of another month. November has been short and sweet. Lots of walks in the woods, kicking about in the muddy puddles and leaves. At the start of the month, we took baby girl for her nasal flu shot, I was surprised she took it like a little trooper. It just goes to show she’s…

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5 Alternative Burger Recipes

Tired of serving up the same old classic burgers? With burgers a firm favourite in our household, I say no to the chip shop and am always looking for new and exciting ways to make our meals. After a long day, having plenty of mouths to feed means that quick and easy is often the best option, but you can…

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Niffler Plush Toys From Fantastic Beasts Crimes Of Grindelwald

I remember exactly when the first Harry Potter book came out. I was hooked. Now years down the line I still love to read all the books over and over again. The Harry Potter world is so magical and extravagant, I can see why JK Rowling has invested her time into the prequel films Fantastic Beasts. The stars of the…

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Interior design rules that simply need to be broken

When it comes to interior design, there are many rules that are set in stone that people follow to ensure they stay on point with their home decor. After all, they want to ensure their home looks beautiful and is on-trend. But not all interior design rules need to be followed. In fact, if you want to ensure your home…

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My Unique Watch – Meridian Series by JORD

I’m a huge fan of wooden watches and again this year I feel very lucky to have the chance to try out another JORD wood watch. You can catch up with my previous JORD watch posts here, when I reviewed the Frankie Series and the beautiful Cora Series from the watches for women section. This time around I’m looking at watches…

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A brief guide to short term care

Understanding the difference between short term care and long term care is essential to making the right care decision for you or your loved one. This brief guide will give you an overview of what short term care is, and when it might be necessary. What is the difference? Short term care is care that has a specific series of…

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Don’t Fall Prey to a False Sense of Security: 7 Dangers of the Urban Environment to Be Aware Of

You could be planning to move to an urban area for some reasons. Maybe you’re promised a job, going to study in some college, or you want to experience the city lifestyle. And you may have been thinking the environment is very safe there. After all, about half of the population is living in the cities, so there’s no cause…

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