• We Review Yoga Babies By Fearne Cotton

    October 2, 2017

    Have You Heard Of Fearne Cotton’s Yoga Babies Book? All this talk of playgroup and baby groups has reminded me we’ve been enjoying the new Fearne Cotton children’s book, Yoga Babies. We were sent a copy of Yoga Babies by Fearne Cotton to see what we thought. Disclaimer: We’re Fearne Cotton Fangirls Disclaimer, we’ve ALL…

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  • Thanks for the Miffy memories

    February 20, 2017

    I was really sad to read about the death of Dick Bruna, creator of the Miffy books. He’d written and illustrated 124 books over 60 years, including 32 Miffy books, which are now published in more than 50 languages and have sold over 85 million copies worldwide. The books are a testament to the power…

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  • Topsy And Tim: Five Lies And One Truth They Taught Me About Life

    May 25, 2016

    Oh, Topsy and Tim. It’s basically Hollyoaks for kids, isn’t it? There’s more pre-school soap opera issues than you can shake a twin stick at. Separation anxiety, friendship angst or dealing with head lice? There’s a Topsy and Tim for that. Topsy And Tim And Their Very Calm Mum We’ve been reading and watching a…

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  • The Story Of Alison Hubble – We Review A Brilliant Children’s Book

    April 30, 2016

    The Story Of Alison Hubble – A Brilliant Children’s Book Have you heard about the story of Alison Hubble, who went to bed single and woke up…double? No? A Childhood Classic From My Own Childhood Alison Hubble is a book about a normal girl who keeps on doubling, by legendary children’s author Alan Ahlberg. I…

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  • Tummy time in the Night Garden

    April 26, 2015

    Do you do a lot of tummy time with your babies? Neither of mine were massive fans to start with, but Florence actually prefers being on her front now she can roll over and move by herself. She likes it even more if there are things for her to look at and play with (current…

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  • Our new favourite children’s books

    September 20, 2014

    Like lots of children her age, Eliza loves to read. As well as her bedtime book-fest, it’s a staple daytime favourite too. Which is pretty convenient at the moment as it’s an activity that involves both of us sitting down (unlike dancing, spinning or jumping, which one of us really doesn’t like doing at nine…

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  • The perils of going on a bear hunt, at 6am

    March 19, 2014

    After two years of consistently inconsistent sleep, I’m thrilled to say the mini-me is now sleeping a lot better. She’s still an early riser, although she’ll now snore through to 6.30, which is a blissful lie-in compared to her previous 5- 5.30 am starts. Occasionally, though, like this morning, she throws an early start into the…

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