Tried & Tested Tuesday

Welcome to Tried & Tested Tuesday!  What a wonderfully busy linky it was last week – lovely to see lots of regulars as well as some new faces. Hope some of you have managed to enjoy the sun this week? 

 If you’re new to this linky then welcome along! You can find out more about it and how to join in here.  If you’re a regular then welcome to you too! Crack on, link up and share some commenty love – lets face it, that’s what makes linkys work.

Each week, as you know, we like to feature two of our favourite reviews from the previous week. This week we have loved:


Easy Belts review from Let Kids be Kids – we both loved these, such a clever idea to stop those trousers from falling down, and one that little hands can manage themselves!


Wooden Chuggington train set review from In The Playroom – wooden toys are a favourite of ours too, and this looks like a fantastic set for any train lover!

If you link up please do make sure you visit your hosts Family Fever and We’re going on an adventure to leave a comment as well as a couple of others if you can!  We do ask that you link a maximum of 2 posts each week to keep things fair for everyone – if you choose to link up an extra post please make sure you visit extra posts in the linky to balance it out.  (Additional posts will be deleted out of fairness)We do our best during the course of the week to visit you all, leave a comment and tweet your review from @FamilyFever and @Lollinski using the #TriedTested hashtag.  We would of course love it if you grabbed our badge and popped it on your post too!

 This linky is hosted by Kate at Family Fever and Colette at We’re going on an adventure

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  1. June 17, 2014 / 8:29 pm

    Thanks for hosting have linked up 🙂

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