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Ben and Holly Live at Malvern Theatre

Since Libby started school, I’ve felt like I’ve had very little quality time with her during the week. When I pick her up we’re always heading to a dance or drama class. Even on days when we come straight home, I’m rushing to get dinner ready or trying to get some work done while the girls play. So when we were asked if we wanted to go and see Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom live on stage, I jumped at the chance. Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom Live on Stage Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom is a childhood television staple. There…

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ChewyMoon healthy snacks for children – review and giveaway

My children have always been quite good eaters. With a few exceptions, they tend to eat whatever I put in front of them at dinner time. In fact the only time they really struggle is when they’ve been eating sweets and junk food between meals. So there’s no problem then. Don’t feed them between meals and everything will be fine. Wrong! The snack dilemma The issue I have is that by mid afternoon when Lia gets up from a nap and Libby finishes school, they’re hungry. They’re also tired, we usually have somewhere else to go before home and it’s a…

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A review of the brand new Brug – both a bag and a rug

I love going on days out with the girls, but in the Winter it can be a nightmare. You see if we go for a brilliant indoor day out somewhere like the National Sea Life Centre, it means taking coats. As soon as we get indoors the coats come off and I end up carrying them. So when I was offered the chance to review the Wunderlife Brug – a large bag that will fit in my handbag, I jumped at the chance. What makes the Brug different? There are lots of reusable bags around that pack down, but none…

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Arty Apple Personalised Aprons – Review and Giveaway

It’s no secret that I’m not a huge fan of buying things that people don’t need. So when it comes to presents, I have to put a lot of thought into it. Is the purchase ethical, do they need it and how can I make it special? And the Arty apple bespoke, handmade, personalised products tick all the boxes.   About Arty apple The Arty apple brand was established by Amy, an incredibly talented mum with a passion for creating beautiful, bespoke items for her own children. Amy’s focus is on quality, affordability and the personal touch that comes with each…

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A review of the TomTom Go 5200 World Sat Nav – a Sat Nav for life

Many years ago, my husband bought a rusty old camper van on eBay. In all honesty, he’d got over-excited by the prospect of travel freedom and didn’t put a lot of thought into the purchase. By the time we had Libby, we had a choice between scrapping it or putting in an extra seat so we could all use it. We took it to my cousin who is a mechanic and asked if it was worth saving. He laughed. So the van went, we bought a sensible family car and our camper van adventure went on hold. But when we bought the rust-bucket, it…

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