Kids corner #21

Hello and welcome back to Kids’ Corner week 21! Big thank-you to everyone who linked up last week I love reading all your posts. As busy mums, the lovely Katy from What Katy Said and I created the #KidsCorner linky as a place for us to share all things kiddy related, whether that be fashion, crafts, recipes, reviews or just what you guys have been up to recently. We are mums who love our children and we want to share and find inspiration from you and your wonderful kids too! A few linky rules, you are welcome to add up…

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Thomas & friends Rail Rollers Review & Giveaway

We we’re very lucky to recently be sent the new Thomas & Friends My First Rail Rollers Spiral Station from Fisher Price. My girls all love Thomas & Friends, me and Maisy even went to see the film on a recent mummy daughter day. Aimed for toddlers aged 12 m0nths+ I knew that this innovative spiral track play set would be a massive hit for Lottie and for her big sister’s to play with her too. When it arrived Lottie couldn’t wait to get stuck in, we had to assemble the toy but the instructions were really straight forward and easy…

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Kingston Maurward gardens & animal park

As the summer holidays draw to a close I am yet to tick everything off our summer holidays bucket list which makes me so cross I had so much planned but the weather has just not been on our side at all. Yesterday was dryish so I was just desperate to get the kids out and visit somewhere we have never been before. After reading my friend Alice’s (new young mum) blog post about it I really wanted to give Kingston Maurward gardens and animal park a try, so with coats and wellies at the ready off we headed. Of…

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London bucket list

Up until about a year ago London scared me, in my head all I pictured was hoards of people bustling around pushing and shoving trying to cram into the next tube that came along. I steered well clear. The thought of taking children up to London brought me out in a cold sweat how ever since starting my blog I have been up and down a fair few time for various events and I have fallen in love with the capital. Yes it is busy at times but there is just an energy up there which is so different to…

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Summer Breeze On The Quay

I always say how much I love where I live and I really do it’s lovely to visit new places and travel but there really is no place like home – Poole is where I was brought up and it is where my children will be raised. One of the reasons I love living in Poole is there is so much to do for families, Thursday night I took the girls down to the Quay for the Poole Tourism.

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