Silent Sunday 30/11/14

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Photo Friday

Well another week has passed, we have been up to a few things in the Mum, That’s me! household. E has been really good considering she has had to endure shopping, which isn’t fun for her. On Sunday we went to a local place called Trago Mills which I have mentioned before, M wanted to look at all things boring, gravel, wood, paving slabs. Enough to make both E and I fed up, so I decided to take her on the little miniature railway that they have there, well what a treat E was in for, that weekend they had a Christmas train so she also got to see Father Christmas, much to her delight. Other activities this week have included another trip to Exeter Museum, one of E’s favourite places to go, trying to get organised for Christmas and lots of fun playtime. Here is a glimpse into out… View Post

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Free personalised video message from Santa

Well, it’s official, Christmas is coming. I know this, because Portable North Pole have released their free video message’s from Father Christmas, just waiting for you to personalise it. I may have just felt a little bit of Christmas excitement and it is still November! Head over to PNP for your free Video Message From Santa* To personalise this video, you will have to add some personal information. You start with the person’s name, and you will then be asked to choose the right pronunciation, a little bit of attention to detail that I think is fantastic. Then you’ll need to add a photo of the child, either from Facebook or from your computer. Next you have to fill in their date of birth, where they live and your relationship to the child. You can get Santa to address the child as if they are ‘nice’, ‘almost nice’ or ‘naughty’ (but that seems… View Post

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Peter Rabbit Animation Book Series Review and Competition

The Tale of Peter Rabbit is one of the first books I remember from my childhood. The stories of Peter Rabbit and his friends are timeless and loved by many. When CBeebies started showing Peter Rabbit an animated series I was delighted. Peter Rabbit is a character that children will be able to relate to, in a story based around friendship, the programme stays true to the feel of the original books while ensuring the storylines are still engaging and appeal to all. The animations are about Peter Rabbit and his friends in the beautiful Lake District where they go on plenty of adventures whilst having a lot of fun. A selection of books have also been released based on the animation series, the books are colourful and easy to read stories. We have been lucky enough to be sent a selection of the books to review. The books we have been sent… View Post

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Silent Sunday 23/11/14

 

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