Category: Review

AD | 360 Degrees of Fun

Last Monday, we were lucky enough to be invited along to the opening of the new 360 Play Rushden Lakes. As a general rule, I can’t stand soft play. Children get overexcited, I can’t keep an eye on both boys at the same time and they always have a meltdown when we leave. So when…
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What did I think of “You”?

Whether you’re on parental leave, a SAHP or you just enjoy a good Netflix binge, you must have heard of “You”. Based on the book by Caroline Kepnes, the story centres around bookstore manager Joe Goldberg and aspiring writer Guinevere Beck, known to her friends simply as Beck. When she steps inside Joe’s bookshop Mooney’s,…
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Stuck for last minute toy ideas? | AD

I didn’t do any gift guides this year for two reasons. The first is that I’m not organised enough to do anything like that and the second is that I’ve spent the past year writing toy gift descriptions so it was the last thing I wanted to be doing! However, I have made a slight…
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Sending your child some Christmas magic | Lapland Letters | AD

It truly is the most magical time of the year, isn’t it? Once you have children, the magic intensifies and you want to do all you can to keep it alive for them. Which is why I jumped at the chance of having Lapland Letters send the boys personalised letters from The Big Man himself.…
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Edu Prints Plus – wall art to inspire your child

If you’ve been here for a while, you’ll know that we home educate our boys. I wrote about us starting Henry’s home education journey and there’s also a post which talked about whether to send the boys or not. Obviously, as the boys aren’t having a “formal education”, it’s important that we have good resources…
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