I have a little boy that loves trains. And I mean LOVES trains. Regularly in the morning the first thing he says to me is ‘choo choo train’ and demands we go downstairs immediately to set them up. He could genuinely spend all day building tracks and watching his trains go round and round and round all day. Looking to increaase the diversity of his train collection, when the opportunity came up to review the Hape Fantasia Blocks Train we… Keep Reading
When I was a child I loved Winnie-the-Pooh. As in LOVED it. I was with him every page in Hundred Acre Wood as he made memories and had grand adventures with Christopher Robin and his friends. Fast forward into my teenage years and I discovered the Tao of Pooh as well as other philosophical studies of AA Milne’s work and I learned about the philosophical undertones which made sure the simple stories stood the test of time. So, can you… Keep Reading
Darcie is at an age now where she isn’t quite ready to move beyond dolls, but she’s also starting to get a little old for them. When the mood takes her, she still loves to cuddle and nurture them. However, she quickly bores of it and seems to look for something new. Enter the Baby Born Sister.
I have a very traditional little boy. One whole loves cars, trains, tractors and dinosaurs. While the latter may the be the exception, on a whole if it has an engine, then Henry is most likely to fall in love with it. So, when Hape got involved and invited him to try out some of their plane and car themed toys, I knew he would be desperate to get is chubby (and rather grubby) little hands on them.
We’re all for a wooden toy at Tippytupps HQ and when they’re educational too, well we’re all for it. So, when the opportunity came up to review the Hape Discovery Box, we were keen to get involved.