Monthly Archives: July 2012

Please Give Blood and Keep Me Alive

Have you ever seen the TV ads about giving blood and wondered why they mention people on chemotherapy? Well, now I know. First time around I had problems with my immune system but my red blood counts remained perfectly normal. … Continue reading

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The Witch of the East

The Witch of the East is a high quality book written by Mark Boyde with beauiful illustrations by Scott McGregor, and is a compelling, moral story about a witch, faeries and other creatures. It’s told using imaginative rhymes, which keeps the pace … Continue reading

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Blenheim Palace

Sunday was a rare sunny day so we decided to go outfor the day and wanted to go somewhere new. A cousin recommended Bleinheim Palace, so off we went, and arrived just over an hour later by car. The palace is … Continue reading

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The Friendly Party Bag Co

The Friendly Party Bag Co makes upcycled reusable party bags, made using unbleached cotton fabric hand-appliqued with designs made from recycled fabric. The design can be personalised, for example with your child’s intial, can be bought unfilled or you can save … Continue reading

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Coming soon…

More reviews and blog posts coming soon: The Friendly Party Bag Company Mia Tui Bags Magic Town Christmas in July Kurio Witch of the East Orchard Toys B.sensible Blenheim Palace Favourite children’s books When is your family complete NHS vs … Continue reading

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Scoot ‘n Pull

 The Scoot ‘n Pull is one of those inventions I wish I’d come across sooner. After a few months of pulling Munchkin up slopes and home from the park when tired, Husband’s back was definitely crying out for one. The … Continue reading

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The Land of Sometimes

The Land of Sometimes is a beautifully produced audiobook with 15 songs and a magical story that is told over 15 additional tracks. It comes as a lovely CD-sized book with gorgeous illustrations and the CD in the back. Each … Continue reading

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