Space Journey by Geo Journey is a 9-month subscription box for kids aged 4-10, that teaches them all about our solar system and the planets within it. It starts off with a cool astronaught kit complete with a fab suitcase to keep everything in, and then 9 monthly deliveries about each planet.
Father’s Day is fast approaching, and I don’t know about you but I always struggle for ideas. Not just for my dad, but also for James on behalf of the kids.
I like giving something homemade but that’s not always possible. So if I have to buy something I like to think outside the box, and find some unique and unusual gifts for Father’s Day. This is my round up of my favourite Father’s Day gift ideas with a twist!
Since Oliver started school he has been obsessed with all things space. So I promised him that I would redecorate his bedroom and turn it into an ‘Outer Space’ room any budding astronaught would be proud of. As part of the room makeover I was on the look out for some products to make it truly feel out of this world, when I came across this fab Deep Space Home Planetarium and Projector.
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.