Luvabella Newborn Review

Luvabella accessories

Eliza is a proud Mama to two Luvabella dolls – Iris and Elena. I love watching her play and interact with them and you can often find her pushing them around the house in their pram, or putting them in a baby carrier to take to the park. Now there is a new Luvabella doll out for her look after and love – Luvabella Newborn. Eliza’s Luvabella Newborn doll is named Clara-Rose after her two favourite Dr Who assistants and… Continue Reading “Luvabella Newborn Review”

Receive personal message from Father Christmas with Portable North Pole

Portable North Pole

Now that Halloween and Bonfire Night are behind us, the countdown to Christmas has officially started in our house. That also means that the threat of being good for Father Christmas will soon be coming into play (if I need it). We have been fans of Portable North Pole (PNP) for a few years. If you have not heard of it, it is the original Santa messaging service that globally has send over 220 million messages since its creation in… Continue Reading “Receive personal message from Father Christmas with Portable North Pole”

Geomag NASA Rocket Review


The topic at our school this term is STEM (Science, technology, engineering and maths) and I am keen to support the kids learning at home. The GEOMAG Special Edition NASA Rocket Set celebrates STEM innovation and the building system of magnetic bars and steel spheres encourages exploration of magnetism and creative construction. This Special Edition GEOMAG set has been endorsed by NASA and is a celebration of the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest scientific construction projects ever, the… Continue Reading “Geomag NASA Rocket Review”

Slap Ninja Game – Review

Slap Ninja Jakks Pacific

Who remembers the playground game where you hold your hand out for someone to slap, only to pull it away just in time? It is one that still gets played to this day, but now there is a whole new game from Jakks Pacific to bring it into the home. Slap Ninja is the new, fast paced skill and action game for 2 players aged 4+. There are two ways to play: as the Ninja Master who presses the trigger… Continue Reading “Slap Ninja Game – Review”

Hatching Toothless – How To Train Your Dragon:The Hidden World!


My family are massive fans of the How to Train Your Dragon books and films. One of their favourite toys of the last couple of years has been Hatchimals and we have loved “hatching” them, so imagine the excitement when they found out they could hatch and train their very own Toothless from How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. The egg itself is slightly smaller than previous Hatchimals eggs and is black and grey in colour. To start… Continue Reading “Hatching Toothless – How To Train Your Dragon:The Hidden World!”