Saturday, 29 March 2014

so clever

my little man Aaron has come along so much recently from cruising-pushing along in cars-to learning the actions to wind the bobbin up to drawing with crayon,spoon feeding for first time ever  and using his new walker here are some cute shots and video clips-excuse the so called singing one i am a horrid singer as you can tell don't help i practically lost my voice when i took this video either lol.

Thursday, 27 March 2014

Tutu Thursday!

Tutu Thursday time yay!!

This week i allowed Alisha to dress herself so if her outfit is non matching you know why! hehe

She chose to wear her Cinderella Tutu from Tiny Treasures(we are currently getting made a Batgirl Tutu and matching Tee eeeeeee cant wait!!)

black leggings from Asda and a thick pink cardigan i cant remember where from and cant decipher the logo hehe.

Here are some photo's and don't forget to pop on over to my friend Viccy's blog to see what Alisha's BFF is wearing today :)

Friday, 21 March 2014

World Down Syndrome Day

What is Down Syndrome?

Down Syndrome is a genetic condition that influences development throughout life.It is one of the most common causes of learning disability.Improved medical care is helping many more people with Down Syndrome to live longer and healthier lives.Improved teaching techniques and therapies are also helping many children with Down syndrome to achieve more.with more young people with Down Syndrome living today than ever before,It has never been more important that we do everything possible to help them lead more independent and fulfilling lives.

Down Syndrome International invites everyone across the world to wear LOTS OF SOCKS on march 21 2014 to raise awareness  on World Down Syndrome Day(WDSD)

All you have to do is wear socks but not just any socks! ... brightly coloured socks,long socks,printed socks,1 sock maybe even 3 socks for 3 chromosomes.If you don't normally wear socks then wear them.

Here is my mismatched socks in support of World Down Syndrome Day,

My bright fab one and my tough chick tweety one :D

To find out more visit World Down Syndrome Day

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Tutu Thursday!

Tutu Thursday time!

Today my little princess Alisha is wearing a blue tutu skirt from Matalan teamed with a bright yellow cardigan from H&M,and some hello kitty leggings from Asda :)

She was a very tired girl today so as you can see did not want to cooperate for pictures however she chiped up after preschool as she was excited by her pirate hat she made. :D

Now that you have seen Alisha's gorgeous tutu pictures dont forget to pop over to Alisha's very cute BFF Scarlett and see what she is wearing over at Jelly Rose Yate and to why not pop over and read our post All About Tutu Thursday! 

Monday, 17 March 2014

Friday was time for Frugal Food!

Frugal Food

This week at Frugal Food we made Sausage and Lentil hot pot.


  • 1 tablespoon cooking oil
  • 60g bacon-diced
  • 1 onion-chopped
  • 1 carrot-diced
  • 1 stick celery-diced
  • 150g green lentils rinsed in cold water
  • 500ml stock
  • 2 sausages cut into chunks

  1. warm oil in the pan,add the diced bacon and cook until it colours
  2. add the onion and stir until it softens a little
  3. stir in the carrot and celery stirring until these soften
  4. now add the sausage chunks and bring to the boil
  5. add the lentils and stock and stir to prevent sticking
  6. turn down the heat so that the liquid simmers and leave it for 30 minutes
  7. check it from time to time(stirring)
  8. serve with hot potatoes or mashed potatoes

i must admit it didn't look great but it tasted absolutely delicious!! even Aaron tried it.

and for dessert Alisha got a Minion cookie from the cake shop nom nom

my clever little boy

Yay my clever little man is turning into such a big boy he is now eating from a spoon constantly since stealing his sisters yogurt and spoon last week after she left it unattended up to now hes refused to even use a spoon

Sunday, 16 March 2014

BabyDino Chicco Talking Mechanic Review


BabyDino is your online baby shop with incredible brands at exceptional prices!

I was recently sent by BabyDino the Chicco Talking Mechanic for my son to test and review.

Chicco Talking Mechanic

  • £19.99
  • 2+years
  • requires 2 x AA 1.5v batteries(included)
  • Chicco Billingual ABC Range
Talking mechanic teaches children: the alphabet,numbers,shapes,colours along with tools and words associated with the job of a mechanic.

3 play modes

  • engine sounds,lots of engiene sounds to make play even more enjoyable.
  • learning songs,sound effects and phrases that invite toddlers to fix certain vehicle components.
  • quiz,entertaining sound effects riddles and quiz questions on colours,shapes,the alphabet and numbers.
Talking mechanic is bilingual, all the fun above,but discover new words and phrases,in french.a very easy and fun way to become familiar with the differant sounds of a foreign language.

My thoughts:

My lil boy absolutely loves cars so i knew he would enjoy this and i was not wrong,as soon as he saw it in the box his eyes lit up as soon as it was out of the box he jumped right onto it and has been playing with it constantly the past week i feel this will keep him entertained till at least 5 years of age,sadly its too big to take out and about as cant fit into a changing bag but its brilliant for keeping enertained at home,i also love how it teach french only downfall was there was no volume control so when you have a son that will happily play for it for hours on end it would of been nice to put it onto a quieter setting!

Would i recommend?

Yes! a great  toy and very strong for the heavy handed kind of children offering lots of differant playing abilities.

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Thursday, 13 March 2014

Pipsy Koala Review

Pipsy Koala

Pipsy Koala is dedicated to bringing you reasonably priced,good quality,useful and effective products to help make life with your baby a little easier,because then you've got more time to spend having adventures together!

I was recently sent the Unisex changing bag and the Automatic nightlight.

 Unisex changing bag

  • £24.99
  • mini padded travel changing mat
  • large chunky,easy to use zip
  • bottle insulator which will fit wide neck bottles
  • hygienic messy bag
  • multiple pockets
  • wipe clean surface
  • changing bag dimensions: 30x15x40cms
Our thoughts:

First off my boyfriend loved how finally we had a changing bag he was not embarrassed to be seen carrying around with him,he loved the design and colour and how comfy it felt when wearing out.I personally was not 100% on the design i would of rather a lovely pattern/design to it(its a girl thing!) however it was very comfortable to wear it was lovely and big fit in all my sons nappies/wipes/drink/snacks/my bits ie purse/keys/hairbrush ect and also a spare set of clothes for my 4 year old-just in case.because it has a wide base with all the extra bits and bobs in i found it never tipped over,i loved the wetbag and removable changing mat perfect for when on the go,even though i no longer use bottles for my son i still found the bottle holder handy as my sons beaker cup fits in it so means it can hygienically be kept separably and also if his beaker should leak at any point at least i know my other stuff will have some form of protection.

Automatic nightlight
  • £8.99
  • fully automatic
  • soft flexible dome
  • 50,000 hours use
  • economical
  • no heat generated
  • 3 year guarantee
Safe and reliable with very low power consumption.(0.4 watt).
Using an LED means that the light has a life span of approx 50,000 hours and is extremely economical to run.the light generates no heat and is guaranteed for 3 years.

My son who will be 3 in may is really unsettled at night time no matter what we do he just wont sleep without the door ajar and the hallway light on-the downfall for us being that we cannot sleep as the light outside is too bright! we was in a no win battle until Pipsy Koala sent me one of their Automatic nightlights to review.

Our thoughts:

The Automatic nightlight is absolutely fantastic!!  just plus into a wall socket and do nothing more ,the light comes on itself when dark and when it is light outside it turns right back off again.
I love how it uses LED technology generates no heat so it poses no burning or fire risks when left on overnight.

definitely recommend my son settles a lot better at nighttime now and because he has a low he no longer wakes us if he wakes he just talks himself back to sleep again. Brilliant!

my mini Superhero's

my mini Superhero's