• My Dream Horse with Petplan Equine

    It’s no exaggeration when I say I was totally horse mad as a child.  I had lessons every week for years and still try to get in the saddle as often as I can.  I haven’t been riding since I fell pregnant with my eldest daughter, and I have to say I really do miss

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  • Toy review: Big Steps Play City Deli

    If you have budding chefs, then the Big Steps Play City Deli is going to be right up their street! Imaginative play is something that keeps my two girls occupied for hours on end. Once they find a game or a scenario they love, they will repeat it again and again. One of their favourite

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  • 14 amazing toddler products you really need

    Once our babies turn one we have a whole new list of challenges to deal with. From eating to sleeping, playing and bathing, it’s not the same as with a newborn baby. As a busy mum of two children aged one to three I’ve had my fair share of baby product disappointment. There’s plenty of

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  • Christmas gift guide for babies and toddlers

    Shopping for the children is the most exciting bit of Christmas for me, apart from the actual day itself. I am particularly looking forward to giving presents to my toddler this year, as at nearly three she is finally in to the whole festive build-up. She’s talking about Santa dropping down the chimney, even though

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  • Lottie dolls review and giveaway

    I don’t think kids are ever too young to hear the message that it’s ok to be you. As a mum of two girls I’m so keen for my little ones to grow up with a strong sense of self-esteem. I want them to be proud of who they are, whatever that turns out to

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  • Why I love wooden toys

    Getting new toys for my kids is probably something I enjoy more than they do. They generally just like to rip open the box, have a short play, then ask when Peppa Pig is going to be on the telly.  My toddler doesn’t  really bond with a new toy for a few days. I love finding

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  • Restaurant survival kit

    Going to a restaurant with children can seem like a daunting experience. The best offence is a good defence. That means you need to head the tantrums and tears off before they start. So a restaurant survival kit packed with stuff to distract children from boredom, the main cause of restaurant meltdowns, is a good

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  • Homemade giant bubbles recipe

    My toddler is mad about bubbles and it keeps her entertained for hours. So if loads of little bubbles are pretty exciting then one giant bubble has to be even better, right? As we are outside in the garden so much at the moment I’m trying to find stuff we can do outside that keeps

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