Find your imagination

Find your imagination

  Some of us are blessed with an overactive imagination. It comes with us wherever we may travel. Real life adventuring, immersing ourselves into books, day dreaming about endless possibilities and even in our sleep… there it is, free and&…
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Stick to Stigu Planner review

Stick to Stigu Planner review

  Are you a busy parenting blogger? Then you will LOVE this new Stick to Stigu planner!     I spend a lot of my time working on the computer, so I really like getting organised with a pen and …
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Make your own farm inspired mini world

Make your own farm inspired mini world

  There is something extra special about home-made activities. Don’t get me wrong, our house is filled with the obligatory plastic stuff that click-clacks, buzzes and bleeps, and a heap of guilt induced ‘OMG we must buy wood’ toys. …
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Why imaginary play is so important

Why imaginary play is so important

  Little Button has always been very into imaginary play and is quite happy to wrap anyone who’s willing up in her world of make-believe. Whether she is taking us up into space to see the planets or playing …
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NOW TV, perfect for parents

NOW TV, perfect for parents

  Have you heard of NOW TV?     Of course you have! It’s brilliant, and best of all, it works as if it’s been designed especially for us parents.   There’s no getting away from wanting …
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How to keep your ‘what if’s’ in check

How to keep your ‘what if’s’ in check

    London Underground is packed this morning on the way in to work. Another fault on the line… or so they say. I am on the tube and a man has somehow managed to wedge his wibberly bum on&…
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Playgroup gate jitters

Playgroup gate jitters

  For just over a year we have been blissfully shielded from any kind of school gate scenario.   As a working mum, sure, I do drop-offs and pick-ups to our lovely childminder. But as fellow parents schedules largely differ,&…
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