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Last month, we (well, T) were invited onto the Pebble Gear Tiny Testers team to test out their new range of electronic tablets for children. Partnered with Disney and GameStore Junior, the tablets give children access to over 500+ apps via a monthly subscription, which is FREE for the first year after purchasing the tablet.
We’ve always been fans of Jigsaws, with weekends often being the prime time we complete Jigsaw puzzles. They’re relaxing, and they generally keeps T occupied for quite some time as he busies himself finding random groups of pieces – never the edges first! In comparison to other Jigsaws we’ve completed in the past – and
Last weekend, Sharon and I were invited to climb the O2 as part of a special Mother’s Day celebration, organised by Experience Days, and along with some other amazing Mothers from a variety of different backgrounds, charities and organisations. Although we’ve done adventurous days out in the past, we’ve never done anything like this before. Therefore,
Reading eggs is a multi-award winning reading tool for children aged 2-13 years old. It’s purpose is to make learning fun and enjoyable, whilst encouraging children to practise a variety of skills, from phonics and vocabulary, to sight words and fluency. Created by a team of Primary School teachers, Reading eggs is meant to be
Ever since starting school, T has become obsessed with more intricate toys and puzzles – especially ones that challenge him and make him think. Every week we receive an update from his school, detailing what he’s been up to that week, and in every picture we see him with his head down, deep in thought
On the rare occasion we went to London as a child, my fondest memory was always the wonderful window displays in places like Oxford Street and Regent Street at Christmas time. They always looked so grand and somewhat magical. I remember spending a long time mesmerised by the lights and winter animals. Now that T