Silent Sunday 17/04/2016

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WIN! ~ £30 to Spend Online at Party Bags and Supplies

The other day I blogged about Birthday parties made easy with party bags and supplies and the little tea party E had. The party pack we were sent to review from Party Bags and Supplies included a plastic table cloth, plates, cups, napkins and fabulous pre filled party bags. I am so impressed with the party pack we received and E was delighted getting to use it all for her little tea party. In my previous post I talked about how amazing the pre filled party bags are – they really are!  Party Bags and Supplies have a brilliant website with a variety of party packs and other wonderful things that will make your party simply perfect. We are now running a giveaway with Party Bags and Supplies to win £30 to spend on their online store. There are a lot of different party themes to choose from for all different ages. So if you’re looking for… View Post

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Photo Friday – A week of fun!

Its been a while since I wrote a Photo Friday post, I have just been so busy with J that time just seems to disappear. After all I have no idea where the last six months has gone. I have taken loads of photos since J has been born but today I am just going to share some from this week. The sun has been out which has been wonderful as I was able to take J outside on a play mat, normally when he has been outside I have been carrying him or had him on my knee as its hasn’t been overly warm. He was giggling away so much, taking in all the different sites that he hasn’t seen. J has such an infectious laugh that he makes me giggle with him. Having a look around on his tummy. He kept wanting to roll, next time the sun… View Post

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Birthday Parties made easy with Party Bags & Supplies Review

Birthday party season is upon us  – well it seems constantly be party season with all the party’s E gets invited to since she started school. E’s birthday is at the end of May and she is going to be five, now that she has lots of wonderful new friends she would like a party, which is fine. However I am not one of these organised mum’s, my house is an organised chaos, I am far from the hostess with the mostest so the prospect of organising a birthday party isn’t one I relish. E has been to some great birthday parties since she started school, we have been to several village halls I never even knew existed, there has been bouncy castles, discos, face painting, glitter tattoos, dressing up, wonderful food, cakes and party bags. As much as I would love to give E a party like that it just isn’t… View Post

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Checking the Bath temperature with Duckymeter by Ozeri – Review

As a parent I find I am constantly busy and always having to think or consider many things. When J came along I had completely forgotten or not even thought about so many things. Once of which is testing the bath temperature. Now that E is 4 I just tend to swish my hand around the bath when running it to make sure its not red hot. She then jumps in the bath and tells me if it needs more cold or hot. A five month old is not able to do that, so I have to make sure the water isn’t too hot for J. When I was contacted to ask if I wanted to try out the Duckymeter I was intrigued. There aren’t many cute things on the market that are simple to use to check the temperature of the water. The Duckymeter has a LCD screen that automatically… View Post

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