PJ Masks Mission Control HQ Playset Review

Disclaimer: We received this product for the purpose of this review. All opinions are our own.   Over the past couple of months Erin has really become a fan of PJ Masks. It wasn’t something we watched a lot of but then she surprised me one day with somehow knowing all of the character’s names and being desperate to get Catboy out of one of those plastic eggs. As soon as I saw the PJ Masks Mission Control HQ Playset I knew it would be a toy that Erin would love. The PJ Masks Mission Control HQ Playset needs some assembling before it

Little Tikes STEM Jr Wonder Lab Review

Disclaimer: We received this product for the purpose of this review. All opinions are our own.  Erin is such an inquisitive toddler and she wants to know about everything! I’m always looking for more educational toys for her as sometimes I struggle to know what to do with her to help her learn. As soon as I saw the Little Tikes STEM Jr Wonder Lab advertised on television I knew it was the kind of toy Erin would love. If you didn’t know already, STEM toys encourage learning of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. With toys like this, one of my

Orchard Toys Jungle Heads & Tails Review

This year Erin has really gotten into playing games this year and we are lucky to have a nice collection from Orchard Toys already. We recently received the new Jungle Heads & Tails game, which is aimed at children from 18 months to roughly 3 years old. On the day the game arrived, Erin spied it on my desk and wanted to play immediately. Jungle Heads & Tail is a lovely simple game. The box comes with 24 really chunky and colourful cards which show either the head or ‘tail’ part of a jungle animal. You also get a bit

Peppa Pig ‘My Floor Puzzle’ Review

Erin is a huge Peppa Pig fan and snorts like a pig as soon as it comes on television or she sees something with Peppa on it. Up until recently, Erin has never really done puzzles before. We have had plenty of shape sorters but nothing like a puzzle. To get Erin started we thought the Peppa Pig ‘My First Floor Puzzle’ from Ravensburger would be good. The puzzle costs around £10 and is suitable for children aged 2+. Being a puzzle for very young children there are only 16 pieces. I think that this is a really nice amount