Little Passports is a monthly subscription package which delivers adventure right to your door. A few weeks ago we posted our first review of the subscription and over the next few months we will continue to try out the Early Explorers subscription, for children aged 3-5, which we have kindly been gifted in return for an honest review.
We are also taking part in the Little Passports Affiliate programme, so if you click on any of the links in this post or on the advert on the sidebar, and go on to purchase a subscription, we will receive a small commission. (more…)
We were sent a pack of Pampers Baby Dry Pants to try out, as part of the Emma’s Diary partner campaign. We have used Pampers before, but we hadn’t tried the pull up ones.
Clara generally lies down really nicely to get her nappy changed but sometimes I do find myself chasing her around the room, hoping I can get her nappy on before she relieves herself all over the floor. The pull up style Pampers nappies are really easy and quick to get on – no more sticky tabs breaking off as you go to fasten them or realising half way through that you’ve put the nappy on back to front! And to remove you just rip the nappy down the side. (more…)
Izzy loves anything to do with princesses. And ninjas, and superheroes. But show her something with a Disney Princess on and she goes quite giddy and very excitable. So when we received a Disney Princess Royal Boutique Cash Register to review, I knew she would love it.
Izzy and Clara were kindly given some new Hey Duggee toys to try out. They received a Hey Duggee Woof Woof Soft Toy and Clubhouse Playset from Golden Bear Toys.
Izzy received this beautiful City Atlas courtesy of Wide Eyed Editions. The book contains beautifully illustrated maps of 30 cities across the world, and each map includes images of famous landmarks, things associated with that city and interesting facts.