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Family Fun // #DadsWhoPlayBarbie

“Logic will get you from A to Z; imagination will get you everywhere.” ― Albert Einstein. At four, Busby is the perfect age for imagination play – and what an imagination she has! From sailing the seven seas in search of treasure, to blasting into space with Flopsy bunny, this girl can (and will be) anything! The lovely folk at Barbie sent her a box full of dolls and accessories to help some of her stories along and, as part of their #DadsWhoPlayBarbie campaign, they wanted Nick to  ...

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Baby + Toddler Reviews, Review

Review // Fisher Price Newborn-to-Toddler Play Gym

When the courier knocked on our door on a very wet Friday afternoon, I was overjoyed to see the large box in his hands. By that point we had exhausted most avenues of play, we were all tired after a rough night, and we’d reached the point in the day where CBeebies had started to repeat itself… Enter the Newborn-to-Toddler Play Gym from Fisher Price. Busby helped me piece it together, which didn’t take longer than 10 minutes, and once I’d located some batteries (3 x  ...

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3 ways to get your kids excited about gardening

For any parent, making sure your kids get outside and don’t spend all of their time glued to the TV, smartphone or tablet is a big priority. We all want the best for our little ones and that means encouraging them to explore and enjoy the natural world – and there’s no better way to do that than gardening. So, if your kids already have green fingers or you want to encourage them to try this popular pastime then here are a few tips on how you can do it. Highlight the beauty of flowers One of  ...

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Tips for storing kids’ toys

Any parent will soon become familiar with the difficulties associated with toys – more specifically, the organisation and storage of these toys. As the collection grows, so does the risk of parts going missing and toys over spilling into the room on a more permanent basis. All children need toys, but practical and effective ways to store them away neatly and out of sight once play time is over is just as important. With Father Christmas getting ready to pay your home another visit, a  ...

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