LeapFrog Shapes and Sharing Picnic Basket Review

Did you know that July was National Picnic Month? I didn’t until recently either. Although I know I’m a bit late to celebrate it properly picnics are something you can enjoy no matter the weather as they don’t always have to be outside. One of Erin’s newest toys is the LeapFrog Shapes and Sharing Picnic Basket. The set comes as a very happy looking pink plastic picnic basket. In the picture above the basket is tipped on its side and you can see that there are some buttons and switches. One button controls on/ off and the volume while another

Imaginative Play With JoJo Maman Bebe

Earlier this week I wrote a post about keeping toddlers busy on a rainy day and I mentioned some fabulous wooden toys from JoJo Maman Bebe. Today, I want to tell you a little bit more about them. First up we have the picnic basket set. What I love the most about this set is the attention to detail and the little things that make it so special. The set comes in an actual picnic basket which I think is really lovely. The basked it lined with gingham material and you also get a picnic blanket included. Inside the picnic

Toddler Travel Boredom Busters

Last week John and I headed off to London for a couple of days with Erin in tow. The last time we took her was last summer so traveling was much easier because she slept more! I’ll be honest, I was quite worried about how we would keep Erin occupied for 2 hours. Toddler travel has been a nightmare of mine for a while now. One of the best things about being a blogger is being able to turn to others for help, advice and inspiration. So many bloggers were there to help me out with ideas for a long

Twinkle’s Town, Norwich

When it comes to doing things with Erin, I like to find new places to take her. On Tuesdays we try to meet up with a group of friends we used to do Baby Yoga with and get the children together but we don’t like to do the same thing every week. A few weeks ago we went to Twinkle’s Town in Norwich. Twinkle’s Town is not your average play center. The describe it as ‘a little world for big imaginations.’ As you head up the stairs you are met with a toddler sized town full of amazing things for