Emmi Sweet Dreams Cradle : Review

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Leah’s now at that age where caring for her dollies is really high on her priority, she loves carrying them round, cooking their dinners in the her kitchen, bathing them, taking them for walks and putting them all to bed. Unfortunately she doesn’t like dressing them, and much prefers them undressed… but this is another matter!

Recently I was contacted by Tesco and given the opportunity to review a product from their Emmi range, of which we chose to review the Keep reading…

Roads Are Dangerous Places

Since either of my children can walk I have always taught them that roads are dangerous places, they know to keep away from roads and when crossing a road to always hold my hand. It’s a simple thing which has been drummed into them.

Lewis is now at an age where cross a road alone is somewhat of a novelty and I know he is more than capable of the whole “Stop, Look and Listen” motions before taking that step of Keep reading…

The Adventures Of Abney & Teal Magazine : Review

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As my children are growing up, they have never been really been into children’s magazines. I am usually the mother that would steer my kids away from them as I feared they are over priced and all the kids are interested in are the toys which are really badly made and don’t last 5 minutes. Lewis aged 5 is really into his trains so for the past year or two he’s regularly been buying Thomas The Tank Engine magazines or Keep reading…

Trendy Tot Thursday – Week 16

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Welcome back to another week over in the Trendy Tot Thursday (#TT_Thursday) corner!!

For any newbies who are unaware what Trendy Tot Thursday is about, its a weekly linky hosted by myself and Tina from MotherGeek where you can share your child’s/children’s favourite outfit(s) of the week. There are no restrictions to the outfit(s) (i.e. new, old, borrowed, charity shop bought etc) or age of the children, so long as you are happy we are happy.

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Making A Will For My Children’s Future

I am sat here on my sofa watching my two year old daughter playing with her dolls on the living-room floor, they are being lovingly tucked into their beds ready for a nap. I really do cherish my wonderful children and strive to give them the best in life. But recently one thing has got me thinking.

What if something happens and I’m not here anymore… or even worse ClearlyDaddy isn’t here either. What will happen to my children?

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Moxie Girlz Magic Hair Stamp Designer : Review

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Recently we have been testing out the Moxie Girlz Magic Hair Stamp Designer, Monet is a great new Torso doll for young children to test out their hair designing whilst also giving the extra fun of stamping and glittering.

The Moxie Girlz are a range of beauty/fashionable dolls aimed at children 5+, which is a great age when young girls become more aware of their style.

Included in the set is the;

Torso doll
Additional part for the base of torso
Hair Brush
5 circular rubber Keep reading…

The Sooty Show Live : Review

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I am currently working with Theatre Severn and the Old Market Hall to review their facilities and various shows which are on throughout the year. This time is is the turn of the theatre where myself, ClearlyDaddy and the kids were invited along to see The Sooty Show.

The Theatre Severn is located by the River Severn in Shrewsbury and was opened to the public in 2009. It boasts a 650 seater auditorium, 250 seater theatre, a dance studio and restaurant. Keep reading…