The Chilli Pickle – Guildford, Surrey

I can’t remember the last time Dave and I went out for a curry and we have definitely never taken the children to a curry restaurant. Curries are never something we think of when eating out as we have never found them to be very family friendly or sociable restaurants but that is all set to change now The Chilli Pickle is on our radar. We visited The Chilli Pickle in Guildford…

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The Incredibles 2 Toy Range – Jack-Jack Attacks

We absolutely loved Incredibles 2 when we saw it at the cinema shortly after it’s release and we could tell immediately that Incredibles 2 was going to be the big franchise of the moment. So when I saw the range of amazing Incredibles 2 toys that were being released I knew LP and Little Man would love them. We were sent Jack-Jack Attacks and I couldn’t believe just how cute…

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Andy and the Odd Socks – The Old Market, Brighton

Last weekend we took the children to The Old Market, Brighton to see their very first concert. I can safely say that by the time I was LP’s age I hadn’t been to a concert – and was actually an adult by the time I first saw live music. But, LP and Little Man were treated to quite an experience – Andy and the Odd Socks live on stage! LP and…

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Our Annual Visit to the Legoland Fireworks

I mention regularly on this website about our love of Legoland, how often we visit thanks to our Merlin Annual Passes and how we always go to the Legoland fireworks each year. Having experienced a lot of fireworks displays we have come to think of the Legoland fireworks as the best in the UK and after four years of going they really do not disappoint. This year we were at…

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Introducing the Children to Coding with Power Tracks

STEM learning toys seem to be everywhere at the moment, ranging from chemistry sets to apps that allow children to  make their own mini games. They are only limited by their imaginations and are a whole new concept in toys that children really seem to love and learn from. Programmable robots also come under the STEM umbrella and they tend to vary quite widely in the complexity of how they…

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Revolutionising our Kitchen with the Spark Infinity Mat

How would you feel if you could have one gadget in the kitchen that did so many jobs, saving space and being incredibly useful at the same time? Well, over the last few weeks we’ve been using the Spark Infinity Mat and it really is that kind of gadget. It ticks so many boxes and is an answer to so many kitchen problems that I didn’t even know I had…

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A Personalised Gift that will last a Lifetime with Thomas Sabo

I don’t wear much jewellery but the jewellery I do have all has sentimental value, a meaning behind it and something that I can keep and hold onto for years to come. I have had a Thomas Sabo Charm Club bracelet since my early twenties, collecting charms on every holiday and every big event in life – from getting engaged to getting married, finding out I was pregnant to the…

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