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Review // Reading Eggs Junior

With Busby now at school, it’s just H-Bear and I for four days a week. I am really enjoying our time together, but there are certain moments during the day (especially on soggy days) where I find myself searching for things for us to do… I mean, there are only so many cakes and biscuits you can bake, aren’t there? So we’ve been trying out the Reading Eggs Junior program, and working through it together. I’ve been so impressed! Reading Eggs Junior is aimed at  ...

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Toys // Twirlywoos Great Bighoo & Big Red Boat

The Twirlywoos are truly hypnotic. I remember when Busby first watched an episode a couple of years ago – I’ve never seen her sit so still (and I’m not sure she has since)! And now H-Bear is the perfect age to enjoy the Twirlywoos! As you can imagine, he was very excited when Great Bighoo and the Big Red Boat arrived on our doorstep. H-Bear was sent a Fun Sounds Great Bighoo soft toy and the new Fun Sounds Big Red Boat to play with.

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Adventures // Swimming with Zoggs

We love to go swimming as a family, but it’s really something that we don’t do enough! So, after promising Busby a swimming adventure while we were in the Lake District last week, we headed to Kendal Leisure Centre with our new swimming gear from Zoggs. I want to apologise in advance for the photos, as it was incredibly dark in the leisure centre. They’re definitely not up to my usual standard, but the kids had an amazing time in the pool so the memories outweigh the  ...

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Review // Persil Powergems

With two children who love chocolate ice cream (Busby), Marmite (H-Bear) and strawberries (both), we end up with our fair share of messy clothes! So I was strangely excited to receive a tub of new Persil Powergems, which have just launched in the UK, to put to the test. The team at Persil claim that Powergems “offer a revolutionary and unique laundry experience”, with ten years of research contributing towards this “game changing detergent”. Instead of your regular  ...

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