My son has been telling me about the Spy Gear range for a while now, and I have noticed that a few of the items feature on his birthday list. So when we were offered the chance to review a couple of items from the current Spy Gear range, I… View Post

Show me a child that doesn’t love playing with water? My 4 are no exception, and they love any excuse to partake in some water play, whether that is outside in the garden or inside with washing up bowls. So when Little Tikes asked if we would like to try… View Post

Like most kids, my lot love sand – building castles, digging, making their own creations. I have to admit, I am not quite so keen on it – especially the sand sets that are designed to be used indoors – you know the sort. I just end up finding sand… View Post

When you say BABY Born you immediately think of dolls – but the company actually have many other toys on offer too. Max was recently sent a BABY Born Train Andy puppy – the perfect first pet! Train Andy comes with a remote control, a bone and a collar with pendant. There… View Post

I have yet to meet a child who doesn’t love a trampoline. Not only are they fantastic fun and perfect for social play, they are also provide a great source of exercise.  The 10ft Zoomee trampoline from Wicken Toys is TP’s entry level trampoline, with an integral safety enclosure that attaches to… View Post

Orchard Toys have always been a hit in this house – some of our all time favourite games are Red Dog, Blue Dog and Pirate Snakes and Ladders & Ludo. We were recently sent the Orchard Toys Giant Railway and Station pack, and I barely had time to take a… View Post

Children are naturally curious and inquisitive. They love to play and question everything they encounter, and by doing so, they begin to understand and make sense of the world around them. When children are doing this, they’re practising something called ‘creative learning’. Here’s a brief overview of what creative learning… View Post

In August 2015, 1000 British mums with a child aged between 2 and 12 were surveyed about their attitude to technology and play. Children these days spend an average of 17 hours a week in front of a screen – that’s almost double the amount of time they spend playing… View Post

A scooter is a toddler essential, but finding one that smaller children are able to handle easily can be tricky. Max is not ready for a 2 wheeled version just yet, so the Kiddimoto U-Zoom, with its sturdy construction, is perfect for him. Designed with both kids and parents in… View Post

I can hardly believe I am writing this, but it’s been almost 3 years since I started blogging – 3 years! I honestly don’t know where the time has gone, and I can’t believe how much blogging has given me over those 3 years – an income, the chance to… View Post

We have been fans of WOW toys for a long time – I remember buying Gemma a digger from the range when she was about 2, and being really impressed then with the quality and the fact there were no batteries, irritating songs or set play formats – these toys… View Post

The last week before half term, and there has been a lot of running around – between clubs, school events, football training and Brownies discos there hasn’t been much time to stop and relax, so we are all looking forward to a few days off. We had news that the… View Post