Like all 2.5 year olds Tiny is obsessed with Peppa Pig so after hearing how great Peppa Pig World was we decided to plan a mini trip there in the summer holidays as a treat. We went at the beginning of August and, although 30 degree heat can suck the joy from most things, we … Continue reading Review: Peppa Pig World at Paulton’s.
I started writing this bucket list when I went back to work full time and I was feeling really mopey about everything I was missing out on. I feel so lucky that I have the time to do a lot of this with Tiny now. Build Lego Have Afternoon Tea together Bake Make a Henry VIII … Continue reading My Pre School Bucket List.
I love being asked to write reviews for products that I can use with my daughter and the new Willow and Wild box was no exception. The Willow and Wild subscription box is all about nature inspired fun and learning for 3 to 8 year olds, and I was gifted one to try with Tiny. … Continue reading Review: Willow and Wild Box.
I'm finally starting to feel a bit more springy now that the snow has melted (again) so it seemed like the perfect time to get stuck in to our latest box gifted by the lovely Mud and Bloom. First of all we planted some sunflower and mini cucumber seeds. The box comes with everything you … Continue reading Review: Mud and Bloom March Box.
I've always wanted to make slime but I get really put off by make your own slime recipes as they always seems complicated, and time consuming, or contain something toxic that I can't easily find. So I was super excited to come across Slime Play by Zimpli Kids. It's ridiculously easy to make. You just … Continue reading Review: Slime Play by Zimpli Kids.
As you know I love crafts and trying to get outdoors more with Tiny especially as we live somewhere so beautiful. I also love getting things in the post so I was delighted to be gifted the new Mud and Bloom subscription box. The Mud and Bloom Box is a monthly nature and gardening activity box aimed … Continue reading Review: Mud and Bloom Box.
My brother-in-law has been promising to give Tiny his old wardrobe for a few months now... once he eventually clears it out. It looks like it might actually happen this week so I've been sorting Tiny's heaps of hand-me-downs into sizes ready to put in the wardrobe. We're the last of our friends and family … Continue reading Wardrobe Dividers: A useful creative task to do with your toddler.
So November and December have been busy crafting months (like every other month) in preparation for Christmas. I've tried to keep it simple as I'm usually crafting whilst Tiny sleeps. Pom Poms! Having not made Pom Poms since I was a child I've recently become obsessed with them. I bought some Pom Pom makers on … Continue reading Christmas Craft Ideas
Like all new mums I was really keen (and still am) to take Tiny to lots of different baby groups. This has become increasingly important to me as I'm not sure she will get the opportunity (good, bad or otherwise) to attend nursery until she gets her free hours later on. I only lasted one term … Continue reading The best and worst of the baby groups.
Soft play is a necessary evil for me. I absolutely refuse to go after 3pm, at weekends or during the holidays. Reasons I hate soft play include, but are not limited to: 1. Other people's kids. Last time I was at soft play a child took his trousers and pants off at the top of … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why I hate Soft Play.