Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Silly Billyz Messy Eater Bibs Review

One thing my kids love is food.

I can always count on them to let me know when meal times are and one thing I can also count on is that clothes will get messy.

My eldest two have reached the stage of not needing bibs anymore but Gracie and Layla still need covering up, especially when orange coloured foods are involved!!!

The trouble is a lot of bibs only cover the front of clothing, they forget that mess can spread far and wide including the sleeves and bottoms too.

I was recently sent a couple of Silly Billyz Messy Eater bibs from BPM childcare to try out and review,  suitable for children aged 12 months to 3 years and beyond, they seemed like they could be the solution to those pesky food stains….

LeapPad 3 from LeapFrog Review

As an ambassador for LeapFrog this year, I get to bring you all the latest news on up and coming releases etc as well as having the chance to test out some of the newest product.

Recently we were very kindly sent the LeapPad 3 to test out and review.

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August's Degustabox, What's Inside???

I have to say, I really do get excited about receiving my Degustabox each month, it is lovely to have something to look forward to.

I'm always left thinking that they can't get any better and then Degustabox go and add in an extra little surprise, you'll have to read on to find out what it was….


Tuesday, 16 September 2014

R is for ….. Reading

If you hadn't guessed already from my weekly linky #readwithme I love to read.

And I'm really happy to say that my kids have caught the reading bug too.

My children owned books before they were even born.

I've read to them most nights, even babies enjoy a good story.

So the letter R for the alphabet project this week stands for…… reading.

Monday, 15 September 2014

Read With Me #37

Hello you lovely book worms. Have you found yourself being able to read more with the kids back at school?? Are you getting a bit more "me time"??.

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I haven't had more time as I still have my youngest at home and I am back to sitting and reading school books sent home and the obligatory homework.

My 4 year old started primary school a couple of weeks ago and just last  week she was sent home with her first book.

And what I loved was that it was a picture book, no words at all.

This allows for kids to create their own stories, letting their imaginations really run wild.

It encourages them to focus on the story rather than just the words on the page.

Monkey Goes To School Book Review

I was recently asked if I wanted to review Monkey Goes to School, a book which is part of the Monkey Wellbeing series.

monkey goes to school monkey wellbeing

With Gracie nervous about starting school, it was an opportunity that would be really beneficial to myself and my daughter.

For those of you that haven't heard of the Monkey Wellbeing series, let me explain a little of what it is about :

Monkey came from a handmade storybook which was created by Helen Sadler to help her daughter through a tough operation at a young age. This was after she struggled to find any other books or resources that would help an 18 month old child understand what going to the hospital entailed.

With this one book came huge success and there are now many tailor made photographic storybooks starring Monkey available to support families through unknown stressful times.


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