When I was pregnant with O a Cuddledry towel was one of the items on my wish list.  I’d seen them on Dragons Den, I’d seen them in the shops and I loved the idea of them.  Unfortunately, as O was our first child and we needed to buy everything from scratch I couldn’t quite justify the cost when my mum had already stocked up on baby towels for our new arrival. Bathtime has always been a really important part of our bedtime routine, especially when O was a baby and we were trying to get him to sleep through… View Post

My little boy can be quite difficult to buy for.  He loves balls and cars and there’s only so many racing cars one little boy needs in his life (and that my house can hold).  I have to admit I sometimes struggle to come up with ideas of what to buy him that are a little bit different and I know that he will enjoy. When we were asked to review the Wicked Uncle website I was keen to see what made them stand out from the crowd in the toy buying business.  I’ve looked in the usual places and… View Post

Like most other parents it is part of our nightly routine to have a bedtime story.  O’s bookcase is full, but he often tends to prefer to have the same story read over and over.  I can now recite Rabbit’s Nap without the words and he knows most of Norman The Silly Slug just by looking at the pictures. New books make me happy and when we were contacted by the lovely people at Lost My Name about reviewing one of their books I was excited.  I had seen these online and they looked wonderful.  If you haven’t seen these… View Post

I was recently contacted by My 1st Years and asked if I would choose an item from their website to review. I was delighted to have been asked as they have some absolutely gorgeous personalised baby clothes, blankets and toys (and much more besides) with the added bonus that they can have your little ones name added to it. As the name would suggest a lot of the items are aimed at younger babies and toddlers, and as O is now approaching 2 and a half he seemed too old for a few things. Although, that didn’t stop me wondering… View Post