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Product Review: Earth Friendly Kids Bubble Bath

Who doesn’t like bubbles, gosh, even as an adult I like nothing more than a bubbly, fragrant hot bath to transport me into ‘relaxation’ mode. My kids were in ‘bubble-beard’ heaven on holiday as we made sure we packed our Earth Friendly Kids Bubble Bath as we knew the kids would be dunked in the bath like sheep being dipped after spending their Summer days on a beach in Cornwall. I don’t usually le...

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Product Review: Jason Kids Only Shampoo & Conditioner

Blessed with 2 boys with wavy hair and a daughter with a big, beautiful afro, I was raring to try this shampoo and conditioner set. Usually, trying to wash my daughters hair results in the most unbelievable comedy sketch, with me chasing her around the house, trying to coax her into the bath with smarties. She gets so upset as she absolutely hates getting shampoo water in her eyes and detests her ...

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Tax-free school uniform, let’s make it happen!

Tax-free school uniform, let’s make it happen!

e-Petition: http://tinyurl.com/schoolwear It’s that time of year where parents up and down the UK have mixed emotions about the Summer holidays being over (no more fun), the kids going back to school and households abound, finally getting back to a routine. It’s also that time where the cost of buying the school uniform, often in multiples depending on no: of kids hits you right where it hurts. Wi...

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Life With Children!

Life With Children!

Okay, what a nice first topic, Life with children, lol! So, life with children… when you were a child, playing with dolls, it was simple wasn’t it? When your parent asked you what you wanted to be when you’re older, did you say ‘i want to be a mum?’… yeah me too, because when i was little, life was so simple playing with dolls! I became a Mum at the age of 17 (c...

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How The Boiler Suit Became Jumped Up

My mum had a burgundy zip up jumpsuit in the 1980s. She wore it with calf length boots and a bubble perm and I thought she was the coolest thing on two legs. In those days jumpsuits were very zippy – main zip up the front (so much easier than at the side or the back when you need the loo), zips across each thigh and occasionally the odd zip on a sleeve or an ankle. Jumpsuits were also elasticated...

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The month I return to work

I am very worried I may burst into tears as I write this post. This month I go back to work. On the 26th August I shall be returning to my full time paid job. I am really dreading it. I love my job though! It is very challenging at times but I get to meet such a variety of people and travel along a difficult journey with them at times. I am going to miss my baby so much. It also makes me sad [...]...

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Anyone for Coats and Boots?

Question: When does the high street start sending out promotional emails advertising their new season coats and boots? Answer: The very same week London temperatures are reportedly beating those in Ibiza. One such email has attempted to grab my attention by screaming “20% off!” Well, whose idea was that I wonder because 20% off these days is no great shakes any day of the week but when you’re tryi...

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Approved Food Review

Have you heard of Approved Foods? It would not surprise me if you haven’t, however, as a company offering incredible savings on your weekly grocery shop, it’s difficult to understand why Approved Foods is not a household name.   Why Should You Pay Attention? Every year, we throw away 7 million tonnes of food and drink from our homes; and, at a cost to us of £12.5bn a year, it’s burning a hol...

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A Dress a Day…

You know those days when you go out with a list and a steely determination to get everything done no matter what? Only you don’t think to include ‘stop for coffee and cake’ to the list and once that’s wriggled its way into your schedule at no.2 (no.1 was ‘get petrol’ which doesn’t really count since if you hadn’t done that you wouldn’t have got to no.2) you’re really behind so you might as well ha...

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