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Arty Apple Bespoke & Personlised Crafts – Review

Arty Apple ‘Specialising in bespoke, personalized gifts and nursery decor that are affordable, good quality and most importantly designed to suit each and every little one that I make them for. Everything is lovingly made by hand and can be created to suit particular color schemes, nursery and bedroom themes or to match to favorite things. Made with the same… Read more »

Little Tikes – Product Review

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There is nothing more daunting than 4 months of snow. Trying to figure out creative ways to occupy children is enough to cause any mother to hide in her closet, while her minions release their pent up energy and destroy the home! Luckily for me Bettertoyz sent this mama some much needed time (sanity) savers by Little Tikes. We actually love… Read more »

Not Only a Guilt Free Sanity Saver- KidloLand – Review

As a parent I often find myself overwhelmed by the amount of technology that my kids are exposed to. Seriously, when I was a kid I didn’t even know where to switch on the TV (because I hardly ever watched it), but my kids seem to know how to use “voice-activated” remote controls (who are these little tech-geniuses running around… Read more »

Are You a MOMCHO?

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Say what? What is a MOMCHO you ask? I’m almost positive that if you stop and think about it, you’ll realise that you know many MOMCHO’s. A MOMCHO is a mom who manages to overcome the daily challenges of mom-hood through a special combination of superpowers and super-prowess. Despite all odds, a MOMCHO might figure out how to get her… Read more »

Magic Desktop is MAGIC! – Review

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In today’s day and age we hear the most frightening things about what children can get up to, or be exposed to, when  they use the internet. The statistics of cyber bullying from peers are horrific, the things they might view while browsing are more scary than a Stephen King film, and that’s not even to mention the many children… Read more »