Posts Tagged “Review”

Grown-up Easter Eggs with Monty Bojangles

By | March 20, 2016

Boing! The Easter Bunny will be bouncing around shortly, dishing out chocolate treats for young and old – after all, who doesn’t like chocolate?  There’s such a vast range of Easter goodies to choose from but – if you’re like us and – want to choose for your partner/parents etc, the standard kiddy eggs can […]

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Personalising your phone with @MrNutcase – review and discount code

By | November 12, 2014

Phones….they do so much more than just make calls, don’t they. Carried around on my phone is my blog, masses and masses of music and lists, lots of lists. I’d be lost without it. But with each new variation seems to come the manufacturer’s desire to make phones slimmer and lighter and that only means […]

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Aloe Vera pulp juice drink #ProductReview

By | February 25, 2014

I’m very aware of the use of the Aloe Vera plant’s uses in moisturiser and creams, so when I was asked if I would like to try a couple of bottles of TAJ Foods range of Aloe Vera Drinks, I couldn’t wait to give them a go. Having done some research between applying and waiting […]

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My First Picnic Sticky Mosaics – Product Review

By | September 30, 2012

We were very kindly sent a sticky mosaics kit to review by Fun Learning, a company who offer a large selection of educational toys for primary school aged children. You can visit their website fun learning or one of their five shops in the UK for products that engage children on a mental, physical or […]

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Spilly Spoon – Product Review

By | September 23, 2012

I first saw the Spilly Spoon during an episode of Choccywoccydoodah when the chocolatiers created the most amazing butterflies and caterpillars cake for them. I decided I wanted to find out more about the spoon. The non-spill element of the spoon appealed very much to me as D is terrible at taking ad-hoc medication. She […]

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Allergy Kids – Autism Awareness Wristband

By | September 15, 2012

If we are out and D is either overcome by sensory issues or her stranger anxieties, there is not time to explain to other people why she is acting like she is. She is not naughty, she has autism. This is where this bracelet by “Allergy Kids” will come in very useful: The bracelet is […]

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See.Touch.Learn app by Brain Parade review

By | August 13, 2012

I was recently sent a code for the See.Touch.Learn App by @BrainParade and was asked that D and I take a look at the App, below are our views. The App is available in the App Store, its cost is £13.99/$19.99, which you might think at first is quite pricey but I would have bought […]

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