Toy Storage Dreams

Yesterday I posted a review of the toy storage we bought from Next in the sale. As much as I love it, we STILL need more storage. Erin has some larger toys downstairs that are just on the side and she also has a room full of toys as well. Christmas and her birthday was insane and even after trying to clear out some old toys, we have them everywhere. I guess this is life now. Anyway, I thought I’d put together a post about toy storage that would make our lives loads easier! Tidy Books Bookcase – £154.50 (Tidy

Erin’s First Toy: The Fox

It wasn’t long after I found out I was pregnant that I bought Erin’s first toy. I know you’re not really supposed to buy anything until you have your 12 week scan just to be safe but I couldn’t help myself. As my mum’s surname is Fox I have a bit of a thing about them. I decorated Erin’s nursery in a woodland theme so I could have foxes in there. As you have probably guessed, Erin’s first toy was a fox! I bought this particular fox in my favourite shop in Cromer, Upstairs, Downstairs. I actually can’t go in

Product review: HappyCalc Maths Puzzle

When I was growing up, I was never very good at maths. In fact, I was terrible at it. So much so that I had to have a tutor for 6 weeks before my GCSE exam. I never would have passed without him! When FunComet got in touch to tell me about the HappyCalc Space Puzzle, I was intrigued. What got me about this puzzle was that it is supposed to be a fun way of learning maths, from 1-10. Obviously, Erin is only 10 months old so she did not do this puzzle with me. I got to test it