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Bernard Matthews Breaded Turkey Review

When I think of turkey meat I always think of Christmas. Turkey is actually a really cheap and easy meat to use all year round and my MiL introduced it to me when making meatballs or spaghetti bolognaise. Bernard Matthews are the leading turkey producers in the UK, farming over 7 million turkeys each year!! We are not strangers to …

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“We are booked to see Disney On Ice 100 Years Of Magic at the O2”

Ice skating holds a very special place in my heart. Before I had P1 I used to attend lessons and was pretty good. I own my own pair of skates and it was the only hobby I stuck with until I got pregnant. Then there’s Disney, who doesn’t love Disney films with all their magic and touching storylines with fantastic …

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Story Time App Review with Not On The High Street Review

Halloween seems to have jumped upon us with not much warning this year. We haven’t got any outfits for the girls to go trick or treating and I’m feeling a little guilty. Luckily notonthehighstreet.com came to my rescue when they asked me to download and review their Storytime Sounds app. It’s free to download from the App Store. The app …

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What can you not bare to leave behind when holidaying in the UK?

Planning a holiday can be extremely stressful, add children to it and you can end up wondering if going on holiday is really worth all the stress! I couldn’t think of anything worse than going abroad with three young children and my hubby would need a lot of persuading. However, traveling within the UK doesn’t need so much persuasion and …

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Organic September with Waitrose

It’s Organic September (Well it was at the time of starting this challenge, a certain little princess decided to make an appearance) and we were challenged by Waitrose to go swap one of our meals each day whether it was breakfast, lunch or dinner for a duration of seven days. I’m not an organic buyer. The basic definition of organic food, …

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Leftover Meal Using Eggs – Shortcut Eggspert Challenge September

According to WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) the top food items that are not used in time are, and therefore thrown in the bin are: 1. Bread; 2. Milk; 3. Potatoes; 4. Bananas; 5. Carrots; 6. Pork/ham/bacon. With this in mind September’s Shortcut Eggspert Challenge with British Lion Eggs and BritMums was to create a meal using leftovers. In …

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Child Car Safety – The Law

This morning whilst scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed like I do every morning a photo caught my eye. I felt angry and upset. I was upset at the situation inside the picture and angry that this person thinks it’s ok to put it on Facebook showing clear neglect for their children. It was a photo showing two children of different …

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Start A Habit That Lasts a Lifetime with Huggies Little Swimmers

P1 has hypermobility and despite our lack of trying and attending parent and toddler lessons, then lessons in a group, she hasn’t really progressed in her swimming ability. That’s ok. For her it’s something that will be a gradual and slow learning experience. But the important thing is that she gets into the habit of being in the water. Huggies …

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Fisher-Price Discover Your Way

I’ve been really enjoying not having to get up straight away in the mornings and not having an alarm set now that it’s the school holidays. It’s bliss, however this morning my alarm was set for 5:45am, 6am, 6:15am and then when my eyes refused to open I reset it to 6:30am! As I was rinsing the conditioner from my …

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Summer Outdoor Dining Using Eggs – Shortcut Eggspert Challenge June

This months challenge was to create a dish perfect for outdoor dining now that the weather is positively warmer the majority of the time. Now I had a little problem with this because we don’t actually have a garden so I had to slightly adapt the challenge and created something we could easily take with us on a picnic. Hubby …

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When should I buy my child their first mobile phone?

The first ever mobile phone was invented in the 1940s but they were never widely available until the 1980s and our household certainly didn’t introduce mobile phones until the late 90s. As a child I spent hours sat attached to our home phone speaking to school friends and twiddling the cord that always had that one loop that didn’t match …

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Kiddicare Sleep Dairy Project – Part 2

During February I was asked to write a sleep diary for Kiddicare. Along with other mums/dads they wanted to study various baby’s sleep patterns. I really enjoyed seeing just how much sleep I got and how much P2 did too! At the time, P2 was having her pretty awful stage of sleep and it’s still not much better from then. …

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I’m A Morrisons Mum with Britmums

The latest campaign for Morrisons is yet a further cut in food prices. Over 1,000 every day items have had a huge slash in their prices. As part of this campaign there was a chance to receive £80 in vouchers to spend with Britmums. A week later, £80 of Morrisons vouchers appeared in the post congratulating me for becoming a …

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Family Meal Using Eggs – Shortcut Eggspert Challenge March

The Shopping List 2 medium sized eggs 2 sachets of ready made batter mix (I know that’s a bit of a cheat but they are seriously amazing and very cheap!) 400ml of cold water 14 sausages (I actually had two brands as I realised I only had 6 and needed to feed 5 people so ran to our off license) …

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The Baby & Toddler Show Bluewater Competition and Discount Code

I’ve got a fantastic opportunity for you to win a pair of tickets to the Baby & Toddler Show at Bluewater on the 25-27th April. a Rafflecopter giveaway I love baby shows. It’s the one place you can find and view pretty much everything you need when expecting a baby and beyond! You get to talk to the experts too. …

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