Adventures with Moana! Where would you sail?


Last month, my sister and I took our children to see Moana in the cinema. Ever since they’ve been pretty obsessed with her! We watch clips of the songs on You Tube and sing along to them too! If you haven’t seen the film yet, I would definitely recommend it! It’s funny, sad, full of adventure and braveness! My girls loved it, and so did I! If you do go make sure you listen out for Tamatoa’s song, ‘Shiny’. It’s my favourite! We were recently sent some Moana goodies courtesy of the Disney Store, and I asked our girls where… [Read More]

The Magic Door Store Fairy Door Review

Today’s review follows on rather nicely from yesterdays fairy garden post. As our fairies had already moved in, it was time to add some real magical memories for our girls. The Magic Door Store sent us a fairy door to review recently and I knew exactly where I wanted it to go! Whilst the girls were busy playing downstairs I sneaked upstairs, into their bedroom and stuck the fairy door onto the wall in their bedroom! The fairy door comes with self adhesive wall putty that hold it in place securely on the wall. You’ll just need to make sure you… [Read More]

Hidden by History!

With toys mounting up in the corner of the living room that I swore would be a toy free zone I’m starting to wonder how and more importantly where I can find some extra space to store of the larger toys that are well loved, but not played with as much anymore. I don’t want to throw them away or sell them on as I’d love to keep them for any possible grandchildren I may have one day! We have a play room which is full of toys, so you’d think that we’d be able to store all the toys… [Read More]

The Toy Mountain

Like many households we have a toy mountain. That’s right a mountain made entirely of toys! Pretty epic right? Our kids certainly think so! Now that we have a new home we’ve tried to make it look less like a mountain by spreading them out a bit! We’ve even separated some of them by having the smaller toy sets in our living room with the larger toys in our playroom. You see the thing is it’s so easy to buy children toys nowadays. There’s the internet with all of it’s wonderful online toy stores such as Kids Toy Store and with bloggers… [Read More]

Christmas Gift Guide 2013: Part 3

To read part two, please click here. In the third part of our Christmas Gift Guide, I am happy to welcome back Beebies Baby Store who are pleased to introduce to you the Moover Mini Doll’s Pram which retails at £29.99 including p&p. The beautifully crafted Mini Dolls Pram is the perfect gift for any girl. It’s stylish and simple design will appeal and engage every child in long-lasting play. The Moover Mini Doll’s pram is suitable from 12 months and it has safe rounded corners and it’s finished with child-safe paint. It’s available in Cherry Red and Natural. We were sent one mini moover dolls pram… [Read More]

Christmas Gift Guide 2013: Part 1

It’s only September and yet Ihave already   found myself thinking about Christmas and what gifts I will buy our girls. In the run up to Christmas, we will be featuring some of our favourite online shops and their products to help show you some of their fabulous products. First up is Beebies Baby Store, who have a wonderful range of different products available. You’ll be sure to find some fantastic gifts for Christmas from them. One of the fabulous products that you can find at Beebies Baby Store is the Koo-di pop up tent which is available to buy here. The… [Read More]

Beebies Baby Store Review

I was recently delighted to be offered the chance to review a 1 tier nappy cake for Beebies Baby Store. Beebies Baby Store is run by 18 year old Ami Holt in Kent. She provides high quality, affordable baby products in the UK. For more information about Beebies Baby Store please click here. I have to admit, before I was given this opportunity by Ami, I’d heard of nappy cakes but I had absolutely no idea what they were. When it arrived beautifully packaged and topped with a pink bow, I was eager to have a look inside. Opening the… [Read More]