Mother’s Day has been and gone and Father’s Day will be here before we know it. What will you be doing this year? Win a funny gift here.
Carnival Games brings the party back for the entire family – now for the first time on Nintendo Switch! With both fan-favorite and brand-new mini-games all in one package, Carnival Games offers fun for everyone and can be played alone or with up to three others. Hit home runs, pile the highest stack of cakes, […]
How is your Christmas shopping going? Are you a bought it all and wrapped it sort of person? Or a bit more laid back than that? Do you ever look at all the Christmas ‘stuff’ and think why do we need it anyway? Don’t get me wrong, I love Christmas and I love giving gifts […]
Drones seemed to be a big thing at Christmas. They were being pitched all over the place as great gifts for older children (aiming at boys) and men. I have to admit that I get a bit blind to things like this, I’m never entirely sure what I’m looking at or which is the best […]
Have you bought your child a remote control vehicle yet? A remote control car is an excellent toy for children of almost all ages – and also one of those things us grown ups love to have a go at too. Deciding on what to get for your child can be challenging, especially if you […]
Moving on and dealing with change Moving onto the next stage of their education can be a daunting process for both children and their parents. This can also be a really exciting time however, and with some careful planning and organisation, lots of talking to your children, and more importantly lots of listening on your […]
In the UK, Mother’s Day is coming up soon – mark March 26th in your calendars, and if you have children yourself, then make sure you start hinting soon as to what you want for your special day, but even if you are a mother yourself, let’s step away from that for a moment, and […]
I don’t know about your children but when Blaze and the Monster Machines burst onto our screens about eighteen months ago our children were instantly hooked. Someone asked me recently to describe the programme as they had never heard of it – my description went a bit like this “it’s like Dora but with monster […]