AD | review With bonfire night just around the corner, winter has definitely arrived here in North Wales. We’ve even had to dig out the gloves and make a dash to the shops when I realised their coats were two sizes too small (bad mama moment!). Thankfully though, one thing we didn’t need to worry about was a children’s hat, as brighteyes very kindly sent us a wonderful set that will keep our heads warm through the winter. And guess… Keep Reading
Anyone else sick of all this rain? I certainly am. Do you know who isn’t though? My little ones. There is nothing that they love more than splashing in muddy puddles…something I blame a certain pair of pigs for. So, when the opportunity came up to work with Grass & Air and test some of their rainwear out. Well, we jumped at the chance.
If your children are anything like mine, then they grow at an incredible rate. So, one thing we are ALWAYS on the lookout for is new clothes. Where possible I do like to shop small and look for something a little bit different so when Little Pancakes got in touch to ask me to pick something for the Bears, I jumped at the chance.
If you follow the blog you will know that we are trying to make a big move as a family to reduce our waste and shop more ethically. This is something I find incredibly hard to do with two young children. The simple fact is that they grow so quickly, it’s difficult to justify the larger price tag that often comes with ethical and sustainable clotheswear. So, when I come across a brand that seems to be fun, affordable and… Keep Reading
With a 3 year old and a 16 month old, clothes are important. Especially the rate at which my two seem to be ploughing through them at the moment. It’s really hard to strike a balance between clothes that are cheap and cheerful as they will be outgrown quickly, and quality items that are stylish but still functional. It was at this point that Little Drop In The Ocean got in contact to ask me to try out a few… Keep Reading