Review

BabyBjorn One Outdoor Baby Carrier

The BabyBjorn One Outdoor carrier is suitable from newborn to approximately three years old, and we have used it at different stages with Squidge. He is just turned two now and not really a fan of being worn anymore, preferring…
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Our Bat Walk with Wild Discovery

We have just returned from a 5 day break at Ribby Hall with fellow blogger Jane and her little boy, and we are full of tales of adventure! One thing I wanted to get written down while it was fresh…
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Sunday Book Club: Be a Llama and Be a Mermaid

I haven’t done a Sunday Book Club post in yonks, because I was writing them on my other blog and I’ve decided not to update that any more. I do miss sharing the odd book post though so I’m going…
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Readly subscription giveaway

Readly is a pay-monthly subscription giving access to over 3200 magazine titles of all genres. Whether you’re into motoring or knitting (or both) you’ll find a title that’s right up your street. The digital magazine newsstand provides unlimited, all-you-can-read access…
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Aldi’s 2018 camping range

You know how it goes. You nip into Aldi for a loaf of bread and you come out with six tea light holders and a pair of jodphurs, despite never having ridden a horse in your life. Well this week…
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Cocktails at Corn Exchange, Manchester

Last week my sister and I were invited to tour the restaurants inside Corn Exchange in Manchester. We have been there before as a family when we reviewed Cabana, and I kept meaning to return and try other restaurants. I…
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Car Review: Vauxhall Crossland X

We’ve recently been trying out the Vauxhall Crossland X. The Crossland X is a crossover SUV and part of the X range alongside the Mokka X and the Grandland X. Everyone seems to be buying an SUV these days, particularly…
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Review: Red Kite Push Me 2U Stroller

When we took the boys to Florida, we didn’t want to take our main pram. It’s a travel system and although we only use the main pram part of it now and wouldn’t need any attachments, it’s a bit bulky…
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Theatre Review: The Bear at Waterside

Robot and I have just returned from seeing The Bear at Waterside, a beautiful little theatre in Sale, Manchester. Based on Raymond Briggs’ book by the same name, Pins & Needles theatre company have created a captivating production which takes…
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