A Willow and Wild Box is a nature inspired monthly subscription box aimed at children aged 3-8 years old. I love my garden and being outside, and I am quite passionate about encouraging my kids to love it too, so the theme of these boxes really appealed to me.
We were invited to spend a day at Palace House, Newmarket. Previously we’ve taken the kids to family days at Newmarket racecourse, but if I’m honest taking the kids to a horse racing museum hadn’t really crossed my mind before. However, with the Easter activities as well, Palace House is much more than just a museum.
I am always short of time. Working, blogging, being mum and now we have a wedding to organise in less than 5 months! I’m not complaining though I love it, but every now and then a helping hand is always appreciated. Which is where Shiply comes in.
There is never enough time in the day is there? So when I heard about the BritMums Rustlers Burger Hacking Challenge, the promise of a quick fix for a family dinner appealed, and I wanted to get involved.
One Third Stories is a company that produce a monthly subscription box aimed at 4-9 year old children, so that they can learn a language through naratives. I loved this idea, and was keen to see how it would work.
I have always wanted to try making bath bombs, but it’s been on my craft to do list for a while now. The lovely people from Craftiosity sent me one of their monthly craft boxes to review. I was so excited when I found out that it was a bath bomb kit!
I am on a mission at the moment to reorganise and de-clutter my house. Clear house, clear mind and all that! Part of that process is to get rid of what we don’t use or need anymore. We have boxes and boxes of clothes and toys that the kids have outgrown, and I have started listing them on eBay
I am always on the lookout for things that will encourage my children’s curiosity and imagination. This ceiling mounted illuminated solar system just does that, and Oliver just loves it!