Disclosure - I was sent an ARC for review and Amazon links are affiliate. I'm not sure how long I've known Jo or been reading her blog - let's say a while. I've always loved her writing (if you're not familiar, you're in for a treat, so pop over to Slummy Single Mummy to check the blog out) … [Read more...] about Playgroups and Prosecco by Jo Middleton
This post is an every for the Britmums #MyAquaphor challenge, sponsored by Eucerin. Discover the benefits of Eucerin At this time of year, I struggle with my hands. My skin objects strenuously to being cold and damp, I'm not good at winter on so many different levels. And I don't get along with … [Read more...] about #MyAquaphor challenge
This post contains affiliate links. We were sent the Brio World Travel Switching set for the purposes of review, all opinions are mine. We have been Brio fans for a very long time, and have a fairly comprehensive stock of trains and track from years and years ago. I love that it's all still … [Read more...] about Brio World Travel Switching Set 33512 – review
I didn't start home educating as an act of rebellion, but it seems increasingly the government views this entirely legal activity that way. Instead, it was to give my children space to be themselves without external judgement /artificial standards /ridiculous amounts of unnecessary testing. I … [Read more...] about The other path.
I don't know what I was expecting from Little Fires Everywhere, but what I got was a compulsively readable book, filled with fascinating characters on a slow but inexorable dance towards the disastrous start of the book in ways that I couldn't have anticipated, and couldn't wait to see … [Read more...] about Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng