A wooden toy kitchen is one of the best toy investments you can make. Children love them, they inspire endless…
It’s no secret that those pups over at PAW Patrol have captured a part of Piglet’s childhood. Whether she is enjoying an episode on the TV or iPad or reading her personalised PAW Patrol storybook. Even recreating Adventure Bay in the living room with the help of the PAW Patrol My Size Lookout Tower or the PAW Patrol Mission Cruiser as well as a whole host of PAW Patrol characters – why have one Chase when you can have five! One of the latest playsets to join the PAW Patrol family is the PAW Patrol Ultimate Rescue Fire Truck – a substantial playset that will certainly make an impact under the Christmas tree or unwrapped on a birthday.
Whilst we were visiting Mr Boo’s Nanny in Wales at Easter Tigger discovered the delights of Robot Wars. After flicking through the TV channels as the adults were chatting he stumbled upon Robot Wars. Within in minutes he was hooked and asking whether we were able to get this series on our TV at home. As soon as we arrived home after our trip away he reminded us to record the series – which has become a firm favourite for a lazy Sunday afternoon viewing. To bring the action of Robot Wars TV series into children’s lives, HEXBUG has brought out the ultimate HEXBUG Robot Wars Arena.
Some of you may recall me sharing a special Tots + Tykes hamper from Social Network Solutions last year. Filled with an array of wonderful baby and children’s items including clothing, toys, accessories and food for the children. So when I received an email a few months ago asking whether I’d like to receive another hamper this year – of course I said yes.
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The first plastic materials were developed in the late 1860s, making the manmade stuff just shy of 150 years young….
New Fingerlings Baby Dragons bring you good luck and friendship at your fingertips. Tata and her fellow baby dragons will get you all fired up with their interactive responses to sound, motion and touch. See how they react when you swing them, pet them, rock them, startle them or hang them upside down!
Given that my children’s nicknames are Roo, Tigger and Piglet I would imagine that it is fairly obvious that I share a love for the classic AA Milne stories of Winnie The Pooh. Whilst I recall the stories from my early childhood, it was when my Dad bought me The Complete Winnie The Pooh Collection hardback book that I truly fell in love with the stories. Earlier this year I visited the Winnie The Pooh Exhibition at the V&A and although I’d never really lost the magic of the stories, it reignited the words and characters for me all over again.