Let’s Make Learning Fun With Blippi Toys

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) When we started to let Erin watch YouTube I wondered what there might be for children her age. Obviously, that’s not something I went looking to watch on my own. Erin quickly found a couple of favourites and one of those was Blippi, an American channel full of fun and educational videos for children. There haven’t been many days that have gone by since then that Erin hasn’t watched at least one Blip video and we’re always waiting for a new one to be uploaded. Although Blippi has

Erin’s First Mud Kitchen

We’re very lucky to have big back garden, even if it’s not the nicest of spaces. However, we have a big patch of lawn and we have a decent sized patio area so there is plenty of room for Erin to play. Something that I’ve wanted to get her for quite a long time is a mud kitchen. She had one at her first nursery and LOVED playing with it. I knew if we had one it would be something Erin got a lot out of and this was what we got her for her 4th birthday. It wasn’t originally

Mess Free Fun With Foam Alive

AD | Contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Erin is so creative and she really enjoys playing with anything like arts and crafts or things like Play-Doh. Something we hadn’t tried yet was Foam Alive, something that is supposed to never dry out! I am all for toys or things to play with that can really last so I was looking forward to giving it a go with Erin. She was sent the Foam Alive Double Flip Pack* to try! The Foam Alive Double Flip Pack comes in an hourglass shaped container with the two colours of foam

Twisty Petz Series 3 Review

AD | Contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) I’ll be honest and admit that I don’t often buy Erin the ‘girliest’ of toys. However, Erin loves anything pink, cute and sparkly so I knew immediately that Twisty Petz would be her kind of thing. We were recently sent some items from the new Twisty Petz series 3* for Erin to play with! First up we opened the Twisty Petz plush*. There are various characters to collect but Erin was sent Cuddlez the unicorn. Of course, as soon as Erin saw Cuddlez she was so excited to see

Baa Baa Bubbles Game Review

AD | Includes gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) It’s only happened a few times over the past year or so but as soon as Erin saw Baa Baa Bubbles* advertised she got really excited about it. Luckily, we were recently sent it to review and as soon as I showed Erin she couldn’t wait to play it. What’s inside the box: Baa Baa Bubbles Sheep Bottle of bubble solution 12 numbered cardboard circles Before being able to play you need to load up the sheep’s back with bubble solution. There are 4 different sections that you need

Educational Toys From BrightMinds

AD | Paid collaboration When it comes to buying Christmas presents it’s easy to stick to a list if your child has written one, or to pick things that just look really fun. As Erin’s birthday is only 7 days after Christmas she ends up with a lot in a really short space of time. Because of that I have been looking for some educational gifts for her and I found so many options on the BrightMinds website. For a long time Erin has been interested in anything medical. Once she hurt her ankle and needed an x-ray and was

MojiPops: Collectable Toys With Changing Emotions

AD | Contains gifted items I remember the first time Erin discovered collectable toys; it was probably around 2 years ago now. She loved the idea of playing with toys where she could add to the collection over time, letting her change how she played as well. Now, turning 4 in just a few weeks, Erin still loves the same kinds of toys. She was recently sent a few different MojiPops sets and blind bags to play with! If you haven’t heard of MojiPops before then they are collectable toys, with play sets to go with them! The characters have changeable

Whoopee Doo Review

AD | Contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) With John now home more on weekends thanks to a promotion we find ourselves having a lot more family time than we did before. This means trying to find more and more activities to do with Erin at home and recently we’ve been playing more games. Last weekend we gave Whoopee Doo* a try! Whoopee Doo is a really easy game to set up as there aren’t many pieces. Inside the box you get a pack of playing cards and the whoopee cushion. The whoopee cushion takes 3 AAA