Worry Plaque Review

MO gets extremely anxious because of his autism. If things aren’t exactly right or if our routine changes at all, MO can’t handle it. His stims are on overdrive, he can’t calm down and he is just generally can’t control his anxiety.   So when I was offered the Irish Fairy Door Company’s Worry Plaque…

The Amazing Craft Company Review

What do you do on a typical rainy British day, when your kids don’t want to splash in the puddles anymore and you just want to stay in the warm? That is the question I come up against a lot of the time, especially during the school holidays. So when The Amazing Craft Company approached me…

Educational Worksheets

I was recently approached by Education.com to review their educational worksheets. I chose to do the Autumn Subtraction Worksheet with MO. This was perfect and so simple to use that MO once we explained how to use the sheet, sat and worked through everything by himself. It gave him independence and completely boosted his self…

5 things I won’t skimp on with my baby

As most of you know I have 4 kiddies! My youngest being 13 months this week!  As she has global development delay she is more at the 6 month mark which means I have really got to use all my baby equipment for a while and get my money out of them.  Being a blogger…

Sylvanian Families Ice Cream Shop

I was extremely excited to be sent through a Sylvanian Families Ice Cream Shop (RRP £29.99) to review recently. I grew up playing with Sylvanian Families at friends houses and it was always on my Christmas and Birthday lists growing up. In fact Sylvanian Families have been around since 1985 (so their 4 years older then…

More 2 Explore Adventure Belt

One of the main issues I find when travelling around with the children is the safety aspect. MO can be rather unpredictable and can suddenly dart into a road, so if I am pushing the pushchair, having to quickly grab him can be very dangerous for all involved. Also, with crowds or shopping if I…

Food Sensory Play Activity

As my regular readers will know, BBG has trouble with eating and we have just been told to do a lot of food sensory activities to encourage her to eat different textures. added to the mix MO has sensory processing problems, this affects everyday activities including eating and playing. One of the biggest struggles he…

Doddl Cutlery Review

Do you ever struggle to get your child to eat using cutlery? Unfortunately MO really struggles, he does not see the point in cutlery so refuses to use it. I can’t remember a dinner time where we haven’t had to encourage and still fail, to get him to use his knife and folk. I had…

Bibetta Dribble Bib Review

I had the privilege of reviewing the award winning Bibetta Dribble Bib  (RRP £6.99) . I have to say I am extremely impressed and I can see why it received the awards.   There are numerous patterns to these bibs and  I had the pink chevron bib to trial. The designs are simple, yet fun and…

Marsh Farm Review part 2!

On Monday we ventured to Marsh Farm again. I recently reviewed one of their special character days, and we wanted to go back as they were opening a few attractions to the farm ready for the holidays, and do all the things we didn’t have time for last time. Monday was one of the first…

What did we do in Norfolk

This past weekend we took the kiddies up to Norfolk. Hopton Holiday Park to be precise.  We went back in October and absolutely loved it and actually booked this break back then. We privately hired from Souter’s Caravan Letting for both holidays and could not have been happier. The caravan has always been beautifully presented, with a…

Beau and Arrow handmade clothes 

As many of you know BBG has a few issues. One of these issues is when it comes to getting her dressed. Finding clothes for BBG that fit her is easy, finding clothes that we can easily get on her is another question.  Her muscles and reflexes in her arms and legs are diminished so…