I love soft toys, and my daughter does too. She has a crazy and amazing collection of soft toys and she likes to choose a few each night to have a sleepover in her bed. To be honest I like that she isn’t attached to one in particular (how could I forgive myself if I lost her favourite nighttime teddy!)
The festive season is a wonderful time of year for people from all backgrounds and ages. However, if you’re not careful, these winter months can quickly eat into your savings, causing problems with your budget, and leaving you unable to afford some of those essential last-minute gifts.
If the holidays often leave you feeling overwhelmed and out of pocket, then it might be time for you to start thinking about how you can simplify things this year. Whether you just want to make sure that you aren’t going to miss out on some great deals, or you’re worried about spending beyond your means, here are a few tips to help you use your money wisely.
New parents have so much to think about from morning ‘til night. Getting your little one dressed, fed and entertained is a chore in itself — but what if there were gadgets out there to help you steal a few minutes of relaxation? Whether you have a young child already or are still expecting your little one, we’ve put together a list of the top time-saving gadgets available to help you juggle parenthood:
As a child I loved visiting my grandparents. It was, to use the Danish word ‘hyggelig’. We stay for a couple of hours, got to eat as many chocolate biscuits as we could fit in which came from a bottomless biscuit tin! we even got to drink tea (mine usually had about 9 spoonfuls of sugar in it!) And if we were very lucky we were given some pocket money as we left, £2! Which, (and I sound so old writing this) was a lot of money back then. I have so many fond memories from those visits, and I am really glad that my daughter has the chance to have an even closer relationship with her grandparents.
There is nothing more exciting in our house than when a new book comes out, especially when it’s one by your favourite author. And I can safely say that Julia Donaldson is my daughter’s favourite author. So when I heard about The Ugly Five I just knew we had to add it to our collection.