Learning to Count with Orchard Toys

Since Joshua got his first proper puzzle for Christmas, he has been mad about them. He stunned us at how good he was at putting them together, so puzzles quickly became a family favourite. We have spent many quiet mornings or days in having fun with games and puzzles, especially with this Look and Find…

A Q&A With Lara Lillibridge | Girlish: Growing Up in a Lesbian Home

I'm always excited to hear of any new publications on LGBTQ families, so when I was approached to be involved in the blog tour for Lara Lillibridge's memoir Girlish: Growing Up in a Lesbian Home, I was pleased to be apart of it. Girlish is unlike many LGBTQ stories out there, by telling the honest…

The Best Soft Play in Lowestoft?

If you’re a parent and not a fan of soft play, well… you better get firmly acquainted because you’re gonna be here a while! To be honest, I quite like soft play. It’s somewhere for Joshua to run wild, use up some energy and meet some new friends. Having visited almost all the soft plays…

Poopyhead

Poopyhead – The Game Where Number 2 Always Wins!

Do your little ones enjoy potty humour? Then I have the game for you! Poopyhead is a great family game that is suitable for children aged six and above and for 2-4 players. Despite my little one being just 3 years old, he found it hilarious and was able to play the game well. We…

Heat & Eat Crisps | Fairfield Farm

Why do warm crisps always taste so much better? There always seem to be new crisps out on the market but it doesn’t matter how many different flavours they think of, there isn’t anything revolutionary. Every Saturday evening, myself and Jamie are always on the lookout for snacks for our night spreading out on the…