Review: The First 5 Years by Dr Phillippa Kaye

Review: The First Five Years

About the first 5 years The first 5 years by Dr Philippa Kaye is a book aimed at new parents who want to some guidance and advice on what to expect from their child and how to encourage them during the first 5 years of their life. My Review if the first 5 years Even before I first became pregnant I was utterly addicted to apps and books about Baby’s development. While we tried for Baby I had more fertility apps on my phone than I had games, and once I was pregnant I swapped them all for pregnancy apps […]

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Review: The Sugar Free Cookbook + Giveaway

Review: The Sugar Free Family Cookbook

About the Sugar Free Family Cookbook The Sugar Free Family Cookbook is both a recipe book and a manual for going sugar free and contains an informative section on why going sugar free is healthy for your whole family and a vast collection of sugar free recipes for any and every occasion. My Review of the Sugar Free Family Cookbook The first I heard of the sugar free diet trend was when a friend informed me that she was doing it and had never felt better. I have to admit that I was more than a little sceptical about this. […]

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Review: Tipple Box Cocktail Subscription

Review: Tipple Box Cocktail Subscription

About Tipple Box Tipple box is a cocktail subscription box costing between £22 and £25 per month. Each month you receive the ingredients to make two different cocktails, along with a glossy card detailing how to make the cocktails and some gourmet snacks. My Review of Tipple Box Back in my early 20’s I was often found at the clubs with my friends, drinking whatever alcoholic beverage was in fashion and returning home slightly worse for wear. That was however over 10 years ago now and these days I prefer a few civilised drinks in the early evening, followed by […]

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Review: InkRocket Mummy & Me Clothing + Giveaway

InkRocket Mummy & Me clothing review

About InkRocket InkRocket are an ethically and environmentally friendly clothing company selling unique designed t-shirts and sweatshirts for parents and children. My Review of InkRocket As I mentioned in my previous post about building a capsule wardrobe, high fashion is something of a mystery to me. I love clothes, but I’m most often found in jeans and a t-shirt, so when the opportunity arose to review InkRocket’s new line of coordinated “Mummy & Me” clothing I jumped at the chance. In My experience, matching parent and child outfits can be amazing, or they can be cheap and tacky. I had […]

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Review: YippieYo Crossbuggy

Review: YippieYo Crossbuggy

About the YippieYo Crossbuggy The YippieYo Crossbuggy is a two seat, two wheel, hand pulled trailer suitable for children up to the approximate age of 6 (40kg total weight) and capable of handling most terrains. The Crossbuggy has an aluminium frame, shock absorbers, large wheels, disc breaks, and is fully collapsible. My Review of the YippieYo Crossbuggy One of the most frustrating things about having a small child is how restricted you are when it comes to getting out and about. Prams are great for paths and shops, but our recent family trip to Dorset put into sharp relief how […]

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Review: Higher Moor Farm Campsite

Review: Higher Moor Farm

Ever since Baby was born I’ve been excited about her very first camping trip. Having been brought up camping myself, I’m eager for her to enjoy the freedom of life under canvas as much as I do, so I wanted to make sure our first trip was perfect! For our first outing I used my usual approach to choosing a campsite to find Higher Moor Farm. A pretty campsite near Weymouth in Dorset. From their website and brochures the site looked perfect for us, with a brilliant location, good amenities, and a focus on couples and families. It sounded almost […]

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Review: Klipeasy multi-purpose clips + Giveaway

Klipeasy multipurpose clips review

About Klipeasy Klipeasy is a small robust clip with a strong spring mechanism. It is both washing machine and tumble dryer safe, has a flat head to prevent it damaging anything you clip and can easily be hung from a suction cup or small nail. My review of Klipeasy I wasn’t sure what to expect when I received my Klipeasy pack, after all, clothes pegs haven’t had a re-design for half a century for good reason and I wasn’t convinced they needed one now. However, Klipeasy is more than just a clothes peg. Klipeasy clips seem to be a hybrid, […]

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Review: Deluxe Travel Centre

The Deluxe Travel Centre Review

About the Deluxe Travel Centre The deluxe travel centre is a small pop-up tent with two main functions. Firstly to act as a UV sun shade when used outdoors and secondly to be used as a travel cot. The Deluxe is suitable from 0-4 years and fits into a small bag which contains the tent, mattress and sleeping mat. My review of the Deluxe Travel Centre When I was asked to test the Deluxe I was very excited. I’ve been looking for a travel cot to take camping for a while but none of the cots on the market were […]

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Review: Chimasu Subscription Box + Giveaway

Chimasu authentic Asian snack subscription box review

About Chimasu Subscription Chimasu is a subscription box bringing snacks from all across Asia right to your door. You can purchase  a subscription on a month by month basis or on a term of 3, 6, or 12 months to receive a discount. Each box is customisable allowing you to choose which type of snacks you would like to receive and all products are clearly marked in English with nutritional values and ingredients.   My Review of the Chimasu Subscription Box The fun thing about subscription boxes is that you never know what you’re going to get, every box is […]

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Review: Hape Bunny Push & Pull

Review: Hape Bunny Push and Pull Toy

About the Hape Bunny Push and Pull The Hape Bunny is a toddler toy recommended for 12+ months and designed to encourage walking. The brightly coloured bunny and the handle are both made of wood with one plastic connector to link the two handle sections. The bunny itself is very easy to push, with two large wheels and moving arms which raise a wooden carrot to the bunny’s mouth as it is pushed along. The bunny’s ears are connected by elastic so they can move when pulled on. My Review of the Hape Bunny Push and Pull As this is […]

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