We were recently sent a box full of cute. Literally the cutest little toys ever. Petooties are super adorable little soft toys, mainly dogs but with a fox and cat thrown in for good measure.Continue reading Petooties – Review
We love Rubik’s in our house and were very jealous earlier in the year when he got sent some of the Rubik’s Junior animal puzzles, so to level the playing field a bit we’ve been sent a classic puzzle and a 2×2 version of the classic for kids, to help get us ready for school. There was also another animal puzzle for L so he didn’t feel left out. Continue reading Back to School with Rubik’s
A few weeks ago I was wasting time on Facebook, as you do, when I saw an advert for The Spring Fling. It immediately appealed to me as it involved tractors, the emergency services and animals, all of L’s favourite things. When I looked into it a bit further I saw the tickets were only £9.50 each and included lunch. I was sold.
I hope the Easter Holidays are treating you all well. If the weather has had you cooped up inside you might be looking for something different to keep little hands busy. Rubik’s Junior have launched a great range of animal puzzles that may just give you a moment of peace.
We have been playing with these fun puzzles at home and they have proved a big hit. There are four animals in the range. A cat, dog, bunny and a bear. The bright colours and tactile shapes immediately appealed to L. He was twisting and turning them before I even had chance to explain what to do. Continue reading Rubik’s Junior Animal Range – Review and Competition
114th Year – The Wayland Show, Sunday 7th August 2016
We’re looking forward to this year’s Wayland Show, here’s to what to expect. Maybe we’ll see you there?
The Wayland Agricultural Show, one of the UK’s longest running traditional agricultural shows in the UK, (now in its 144 the year), returns to Watton in Norfolk, from the new time of 9am on Sunday 7th August 2016, to provide families with a fun-filled, dynamic and educational day out in the Norfolk countryside.
“With a packed schedule of entertainment there’s something for everyone. This is countryside entertainment and education at its best – and even better, this family day out raises money for local charities in the area,” says Chairman Adrian Soskin. Continue reading The Wayland Show 2016