Muscle Food Review: Do The Unthinkable Programme

As someone who likes to stay fit and healthy, it’s important to me that I’m eating good, healthy food. I’ve recently teamed up with MuscleFood to review their new Do The Unthinkable Programme, and I think you’re going to love it just as much as I do! Who are MuscleFood? Before I talk to you about the programme itself, I want to tell you a little bit about MuscleFood. They’re a company passionate about sport and nutrition, not only in terms of fitness, but also in helping athletes and the health-conscious reach and maintain their goals and ambitions. What is… [Read More]

Simply Swim Review

One of our favourite things to do when the weather gets a bit warmer, is to take our children swimming. We’re very lucky where we live because we have a number of indoor and outdoor swimming pools a short drive away, and one of the outdoor ones is even free! I like to join in my children when they’re swimming, whether that be on the beach, or at an outdoor or indoor pool. If we’re at one of our local beaches, our girls, who are six years old, don’t tend to go in the water for a full swim, it’s… [Read More]

Disney Emoji Review

Calling all Disney fans! The latest collection of Disney Emoji is here with all your favourite Disney characters! Our twins are six years old, and they love collecting things! Recently they’ve been collecting Disney Tsum Tsum, but now they can add these super, cute, fun Disney Emoji collectables to their collection! We were sent some of the Series 1 collectables to review, but Series 2 is also out now with 28 new characters and four props from classic Disney, Disney Princess, Disney Frozen, and Disney/Pixar movies.  Based on the Disney Emoji Blitz smart phone game, and ‘As Told By’ stories… [Read More]

Film Review: Wonder

Based on the New York Times bestseller by R.J. Palacio, the Academy Award and BAFTA nominated Wonder tells the inspiring and heart-warming story of August “Auggie” Pullman. Born with facial differences that, up until now, have prevented him from going to mainstream school, Auggie becomes the most unlikely of heroes when he enters the fifth grade at his local school. As his family, new classmates, and the larger community all struggle to find their compassion and acceptance, Auggie’s extraordinary journey will unite them all and prove you can’t blend in when you were born to stand out. The first day of… [Read More]

Boston Chicken House with Run Review

Back in January we introduced a new member to our family. A pet rabbit called Snuggles. Snuggles was around four months old when he joined us, and he’s well and truly settled into our family. Our children adore him, and I must admit so do I! When we first brought Snuggles home, we purchased a cage that was recommended to us by the pet shop. However, within a few weeks it became clear that Snuggles would quickly outgrow it. With this in mind, I did some research and purchased a rabbit hutch. The rabbit hutch is currently indoors as it’s… [Read More]

The North Face Fleece & Rucksack Review from Simply Hike

I’ve recently teamed up with Simply Hike to review some products from The North Face range. I chose to review The North Face 100 Glacier Full Zip Fleece, and The North Face Electra Rucksack in Black Rose Gold. First up we have The North Face Women’s 100 Glacier Full Zip Fleece in black. Available online from Simply Hike for £43.99, this fleece is the perfect choice for a day in the great outdoors in any weather. It’s very soft to touch, thick and very warm. It makes the perfect midlayer thanks to its lightweight, soft and breathable micro fleece fabric. You… [Read More]

Meegos Series 1 Collectible Crochet Toys Review

At six years of age, our twin girls have started to gain an interest in collectible toys. This was after a visit to their nanna’s house. In her display cabinet she has whimsie animal figures. I told our girls that when I was little, I used to collect whimsies myself and display them on a shelf in my bedroom. R and M were intrigued and said they’d like to collect something too! This was pretty good timing as we were recently sent some Meegos.  Meegos are collectable cute, cuddly crochet friends! We were sent five in total. Four Mini Meegos… [Read More]

Poopyhead Game Review

If you’re a fan of toilet humour then you’re sure to enjoy Poopyhead as much as we do! Poopyhead is a fast paced family game aimed at children aged six and over. Suitable for 2-4 players, this game will have you all laughing! Inside the box you’ll find: Playing cards – toilet, poop, toilet roll & washing hands  5 x Poopyhead headbands Whoopie cushion Instruction leaflet The aim of the game is to get rid of all of your card before anyone else. The player with the most cards left in each round has to put a Poopyhead headband on… [Read More]

Book Review: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

I don’t usually write book reviews, but then again it’s not often that I come across a book worthy of writing a review about! However, when I picked up Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine in Morrisons two weeks ago, I knew that I had to share a review of it with you! I read the book in just five days, and I have to say that this book has restored my love of reading. There’s something quite wonderful about holding an actual book in your hands. The weight of it, the smell, the feel of the paper, nothing beats it!… [Read More]

Fairy Picnic Basket Review

With the Easter holidays in full swing, we’ve been enjoying Easter egg hunts, Easter themed crafts and some lovely days out. On the days where the weather doesn’t allow us to go out though, we’ve been having lots of fun playing indoors and making up games. We were recently two lovely fairy picnic basket toy sets rom My Fairy Garden UK. It comes with everything Fairy Blossom and her bunny friend need to enjoy a lovely picnic indoors or out in the garden! The cute little picnic basket doubles up as a home for Fairy Blossom and her bunny friend, plus… [Read More]