Celebrating Kids Achievement
parenting
Celebrating Kids Achievement. Everyone loves to be acknowledged when they accomplish something. We all want to know someone sees that we are trying, learning, and growing. This is true for children and adults. However, we adults sometimes forget that the achievements of a child, though they seem minor to us, are major to them. The life of a child is …
Our Lego Dream Home
family activities
I was asked along with 59 other bloggers if I would like to take part in a great blogger competition run by Ocean Finance  to win £150 Toy’s R’ us Vouchers. To be in with a chance of winner all we had to do was build our dream house using Lego! Yes, Lego! Of course I said yes! we love …
Helping Kids Tell the Time with a Madame Irma Watch
Giveaways
Learning to tell the time or even know how long 10 minutes is when you are young can be really hard to get your head around. How many 3 year years do you know that actually understand how long 10 minutes really is. But with the Madame Irma watch telling the time can be simple. Instead of having numbers on …
Easter Chocolate Egg Nests
easter
You can’t celebrate Easter without making some yummy Chocolate Egg Nests with the kids. I had no chocolate in the cupboards, so I sent my eldest down to the local  corner shop to buy some milk chocolate. But he said they didn’t have no plain milk chocolate so he brought a bar of fruit and nut. I have never made …
Rockabilly Toothbrush Review
misc - reviews
Introducing the new Rockabilly kids toothbrushes. These are the first kids toothbrushes that are free standing and don’t fall over. There are 6 different designs to choose from. We had Astronaut Andy and Superstar Stella. Each pack comes with 3 additional toothbrush heads, So will last for the whole year and at only £6.99, not a bad price at all!! …
Amazing! Magazine Review
Featured
Amazing! magazine is aimed at children aged between 7-13 years old. The magazine is available to purchase from Tesco and WHSmith and priced at £3.50 each or you can buy a subscription from their website “We take aspects of the UK National Curriculum and identify ways that children can understand their relation to the world around them. We like to …
Summer Diary
Crafts
When I was little I used to always make a summer diary and I’ve just got them all out of the attic! The things I used say! LOL. Anyway I thought that this might be a good thing to do with my eldest son, 6.  I only made a simple version as we didn’t have much time. I got 12 …