Disclaimer: We were sent these items for the purpose of this review. All opinions are our own. We live in an old Victorian house with floorboards full of gaps. The house gets really chilly and because of this Erin has really developed a bit of a love for slippers. We have had plenty of pairs since Erin has been able to walk but our favourites by far have been from Chipmunks. The last pair we had were adorable grey bunnies and now we have the wonderful Doey deer slippers. These adorable slippers come in sizes 4 to
With the school holidays fast approaching it’s time to start thinking about how you are going to keep your little ones entertained this summer. Whether you have an energetic child who wants to explore new adventure every day or a relaxed baby who is happy to stay in the garden all summer, you’ll have to summer-proof their wardrobe. Which is why I have teamed up Donaghy’s to put together a roundup of 5 of the best shoes for your little one’s school holidays. Juju jellie shoes These shoes allow your little ones to play in
Even though we went on holiday last month Erin didn’t have nearly enough clothes to last her the summer. I did go on a little shopping trip to our local Sainsbury’s store not too long ago but didn’t really manage to get what I wanted for Erin, especially as some of what I bought doesn’t fit yet. We live in a small town and while Norwich is only 30 minutes away by train, it’s not really very convenient if you need something quickly. So, I have always liked the clothes from Asda for myself and I
I’m not sure how I managed it but Erin is such an outdoorsy kind of girl. She hates being stuck indoors and I think she would be out in the garden even if it was chucking it down with rain and especially if it was full of snow. Erin really loves it when the weather finally turns nice as I always like to have the back door open and we can go outside to play as much as she likes. We also go to the park a lot more which she is a big fan
At this age, small children don’t really go from one summer to the next still being able to wear the same clothes. Erin is so different now compared to a year ago so I knew that I would have to buy her quite a lot of new clothes for our holiday to Majorca. Travelling Outfits As this is our first family holiday abroad, it’s also the first time that Erin will have been on a plane. The flight is only 2.5 hours long but for a toddler, this can be a very long time. With
AD | Post contains gifted items Erin is an outdoor girl. A few years ago I would have laughed had you told me any child of mine would grow up loving the outdoors and exploring. However, moving to Norfolk certainly changed who I am and now I want to be out there with her. I’ll still scream at a wasp or bee but I’m much better than I used to be. The problem with having a child who loves to be outside is that they want to do that whether it’s warm, cold, snowing or raining.
AD | Gifted product We all know what the British weather is like. Unpredictable. Just the other weekend we had glorious sunshine and warmth for a whole weekend followed by extremely strong winds and the back end of a hurricane only a few days later. We also live not too far from the coast so we often get things worse than those inland. The weather wouldn’t be too much of a problem really but neither me or John drive. When we’re out and about with Erin, we really are exposed to the elements and we
I first found out about Lottie & Lysh before Erin was born. I bought her a pair of unicorn leggings in size 3-6m thinking she’d be in them quite soon. As Erin was a preemie and born at only 4lb 8oz, she didn’t actually fit into them for a very long time. Those unicorn leggings are right up there on the list of my favourite things Erin has worn. The great thing about Lottie & Lysh is that they have fantastic leggings with amazing patterns and I would say the majority are unisex. We were