The best gifts for my autistic children this Christmas

The best gifts for my autistic children this Christmas

Finding great presents isn’t always easy. I like to shop around and get some good ideas before I pick the perfect gift. … View Post
Adventures with Seekers the magnetic scavenger hunt

Adventures with Seekers the magnetic scavenger hunt

I am really excited to share this Seekers review with you all. Seekers is a magnetic scavenger hunt game for young children. I was … View Post
Brainbox Review

Brainbox Review

BrainBox from Green Board Games is a multi level game designed for parents to play together with their children. I am always on the … View Post
Magic Terrarium Review – So Magic DIY

Magic Terrarium Review – So Magic DIY

Looking for something a bit different then you might be interested in the So Magic DIY – Magic Terrariums. Canal Toys kindly gifted me … View Post
Review of the Goula Range from Jumbo Games

Review of the Goula Range from Jumbo Games

In this week’s post I would like to talk to you about the Goula range from Jumbo toys. I have been so … View Post
My Little World, Village High Street – Review

My Little World, Village High Street – Review

My Little World produces delightful colouring and play sets. Developed by two dads looking to reduce screen time but still have a child led … View Post
Ziggle Colour Changing Umbrella – Review

Ziggle Colour Changing Umbrella – Review

I recently met Nicole from Ziggle at Blog On, whilst she had an array of lovely baby gear it was her colour changing umbrellas … View Post
Screen time & the future of play with Mardles

Screen time & the future of play with Mardles

Screen time is one of those things that we often feel guilty about. However watching my kids grow up using technology and seeing them … View Post
So Slime DIY Review

So Slime DIY Review

Up until now I haven’t tried out slime. We do lots of messy play and my eldest particularly loves gloopy things like … View Post
LEGO® Key lights and torch review

LEGO® Key lights and torch review

LEGO® is one of our favourite toys, my non-verbal autistic 5 year old relies on visual instructions and this is something LEGO® is … View Post