10/19/2017

Blade & Rose Clothing - Review & Competition




I've been a huge fan of Blade & Rose ever since Noah was a baby after I came across them on social media. We've had so many pairs of leggings in different designs in a whole array of different sizes. We've even had matching socks too! I think that when it comes to children's leggings you can't get any better than Blade & Rose, every design is unique and you can spot their signature style from a mile away.

Over the past couple of years I've seen their popularity grow and with such deserved success Blade & Rose have now expanded their collection. Not only do they sell leggings but they now offer full outfits, cardigans, hats, wellies and even soft toys! It's so exciting to see what they release next and I wish I could afford to buy the lot!

I worked with Blade & Rose back when Noah was a baby so when the chance came to review some new pieces from their collection I was more than happy to say yes. We'd already had a lot of their leggings in primary colours and neutrals with Noah being a boy but now that I have a daughter I wanted to go all out pink and as you can see by my choice of outfit I did just that! After what seemed like an hour of deliberation I decided to choose the Racoon leggings and matching Racoon long sleeve t-shirt. These retail at a respectable £10.00 for the leggings and £13.95 for the top.


When they arrived in the post I couldn't help but squeal as they were even cuter up close and in my hands. I couldn't wait to dress Ava in them and I think I had her in the outfit within the hour! 

I was drawn to this design because I love how a racoon is featured on them as it's not an animal that you see on "girl" clothing very often, it's usually all cats, mice and unicorns! Not that there's anything wrong with those, I do love a good cat print! I also like how I could team the top up with some jeans or match the leggings with a plain t-shirt to mix it up a bit, they are very versatile.
 

The leggings are so luxurious, made from 75% combed cotton, 20% nylon and 5% spandex. This makes them super soft with a little bit of stretch, ideal for cloth nappies and for crawling or cruising about the house. The are also great for keeping your little one's legs nice and cosy in these colder temperatures we've been having lately. The long sleeve t-shirt is just as lovely as the leggings and is made from 95% cotton and 5% elastane. How cute are those little puff ball sleeves? Such a lovely detail. These pieces make such a fantastic outfit for little ones, one that's not just cute but very practical and comfortable for them to wear too.

I've teamed up with Blade & Rose to give away a pair of leggings to one lucky winner. The winner also gets to choose the design too! To enter simply use the Gleam form below! Good luck and don't forget to enter my other blog competitions!


Pair of Blade & Rose Leggings
Terms & Conditions.                                                                                      
1. There will be 1 winner who will win a pair of Blade & Rose leggings in their choice of design. 
2. Prize sent directly by the PR. 
3. Competition ends 19/11/17
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified.
5. UK entries only.

10/17/2017

10 Baby Names I Love But Will Never Use


Pregnancy is like a rollercoaster ride, a loop the loop of emotions, exhaustion and elation and an experience that I wouldn't change for the world. I may not have had the labours that I'd always imagined but my children were born healthy and that's all a mother ever hopes for. They are also two of the sweetest souls you will ever meet, I'm very lucky.



There's countless moments in both my pregnancies which bring a smile to my face and leave me with a feeling of nostalgia. I can't help but sit and reminisce. From the pregnancy announcements and the 12 week scans (here and here) to gender predicting and gender reveals, there's been so many moments to enjoy and to savour.

Another exciting part of pregnancy has got to be thinking of baby names! Very early on in my pregnancies I brought out the baby name books and started to write my lists. Names are so important, you've got to get it right and it's also got to sound right with your surname. Having two children there are so many names that are still on our baby name lists, one's that we probably won't ever use as we don't plan on having anymore children.

Having taken inspiration from a few fellow bloggers I decided to write a post all about them as I thought it'd be nice to look back at when the children are older. So here we go, 10 baby names that I love but will never use.


1. Darcy
This name was my second choice for Ava and up until the last few weeks I was still deliberating over which name to go for. I'd often message friends asking which name they liked the best and for a while I didn't know which name I preferred out of the two. Nick and most of my family didn't like it as much as Ava so I eventually decided against it.

2. Rose
This was another name that I would have liked for Ava. For a first name I adore the name Rose as I think it's a timeless classic, it's such a pretty name and one which suits all ages. When Ava was born she actually really suited Rose but it didn't really flow well with her middle name and surname so we stuck with our first choice.

3. Harper
I think we've all got the Beckham's to thank for bringing this name to our attention. It's such a lovely name and one that I liked for both children (before I knew either child's gender) but it was veto'd straight away as Nick didn't like it.

4. Sophia
Like the name Harper I had Sophia on my list for both children. In fact I think that Noah would have most probably been a Sophia or Daisy (see below!) if he'd have been a girl. With the name being on my list twice, for both children it was a main contender for sure. 

5. Daisy
Daisy was the front runner with Sophia if Noah had been a girl. I'm pretty certain we'd have used one of those names for Noah if he'd been a girl but I'm not sure which I'd have gone for. What's strange though is by the time I fell pregnant with Ava I had totally gone off the name, for my own child that is but I do still think it's a sweet name.


6. Louie
Before we found out that Ava was a girl this was one of the only names I had on my boy name list. I really struggled finding boy names that I loved while I was pregnant with her and I think that was my body was telling me that she was female before we'd even found out that she was. When I was carrying Noah, it was the opposite way around, I only liked boy names! 

7. Harry
Noah was very close to being a Harry as it was out second choice. Although Noah is super popular these days I think Harry is just a little bit more so and it didn't sound as good with our surname. I'm glad we decided to stick with our number one choice.

8. Max
Third in our list for Noah was the name Max as it's a name that we'd both said that we'd liked in the past. We didn't use it because again it didn't sound quite right with our surname. It sounded like a superhero name, which I suppose would have been very apt in hindsight considering Noah's obsession with everything superhero! 

9. Charlie
Now who doesn't like the name Charlie? If you say no then you must be fibbing, it's such a classic and one that tends to always make me smile. It's another name that's been on our baby name list twice but unfortunately we weren't able to use it either time.

10. Dawson
Last but not least I have to mention this name as it's quite a special one to me. The moment I fell pregnant with Noah I knew that he was a boy and the first name that I fell in love with was Dawson. I'm not sure what made me think of the name (no I hadn't been watching Dawson's Creek!) but I liked the sound of it and I didn't know anyone who'd used the name either. For the first few weeks of pregnancy I was adamant that I was carrying a boy and I had my heart set on the name but as time went on it became a name that I'd mention in passing but no one seemed to love it like I did.

What are your favourite baby names? I'd love to hear them! 

10/16/2017

Blaze and the Monster Machines Animal Island Stunts Speedway - Review



Last week saw the arrival of a very fun toy to review, the 
Blaze and the Monster Machines Animal Island Stunts Speedway. When it arrived I couldn't wait to show Noah because's he's just starting to get into Blaze and the Monster Machines and with his love of cars I just knew it would go down a storm. As soon as he set eyes on the box, he smiled from ear to ear which was a great start!

On opening the box I was a little taken a back by all the pieces that had to be assembled but it didn't take me five minutes to put together and that was with the help of my soon to be four year old son! 




Once everything was set up I was surprised by how big the play set was, it was bigger than I imagined and some parts cannot be removed once put together. Though that's not a problem for me as I'm used to having toys taking over every room in the house, it's a given with two children! Also to note, sometimes with large play sets the quality of the toy and the material that's used is pretty poor quality but that's not the case with this set, it's very well made and sturdy. As you can see it's quite an attractive play set to look at, we were all very impressed with it.



The Blaze and the Monster Machines Animal Island Stunts Speedway features a large scale track set designed for use with the Blaze die-cast vehicles. This set comes with an exclusive Lion Blaze vehicle and there are other die-cast Monster Machines which can be collected and used on the track too. We are looking to buy Noah a couple more for his birthday.


There are multiple ways to play with this set, with not one but four exciting stunt roads; the tumbling tree fall, vertical drop, upside down S-curve and bridge and waterfall jump through crashing doors. Noah really enjoys choosing the stunt that Blaze will do next. From placing the monster machine at the very top of the mountain and down the tumbling tree track to taking a nose dive straight off the edge of the cliff and driving upside down! Speaking of which, the upside down S-curve had both myself, my partner and Noah all shouting "WOAH!" when we first saw it! Noah's actually setting Blaze up for the S-curve on the photo above, it's so fast that he's just a blur in the shot!

We've had hours of fun with this set with all the different stunt tracks but if we ever wanted to add more options there's other Blaze and the Monster Machine sets which we can connect at a later date. There are of course sold separately, as are the additional Monster Machine vehicles. 


The Fisher-Price Blaze Playset retails at £49.99 and is suitable from 3 years +. It's a great toy, one which we've all really enjoyed playing with over the past week. I think it'd make one awesome present for both boys and girls this Christmas.

- We were sent this product for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

10/15/2017

My Sunday Photo - 42/52



After an amazing week at Butlin's it's only right to have this shot as my Sunday photo this week, the big deck chair is famous and it just had to be done! Plus how cute do the kids look? We packed so much into our week and really made the most of ever moment. Make sure to look at my previous post, this weeks Project 365 to see what we've been up to. I'll also be reviewing our stay in the next few weeks so stay tuned for that too!

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10/14/2017

Project 365 - Week 41/52



8th October 2017


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10th October 2017

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12th October 2017


13th October 2017


14th October 2017

We've just got back from a week at Butlin's in Skegness and we've had the most amazing time! I went so fast but I'm not surprised as every moment we were out and about doing something, we hardly spent any time in the apartment. The kids absolutely loved, Noah in particular being the age that he is and he was really sad to have to leave. Our favourite things to do were to head to the arcades or to the rides but there was so much to do, it's the perfect place for children. We will be reviewing the Just For Tots break in the next couple of weeks so make sure to pop back to read all about it, that's if you're interested in going yourself. We were really impressed and Noah is already asking to go back!

We are now back home and totally have the post holiday blues, it's horrible. 
It's been lovely to be able to spend so much time together as a family this week so I feel a bit sad that it's back to reality on Monday. Nick is back to work and Noah is back to nursery which means those dreaded early morning nursery run's too. That being said we've got so much more to look forward to this year (Halloween, Bonfire Night, Noah's 4th birthday, Christmas!) and next year too (Ava's 1st birthday, Center Parcs, Majorca!) so I'm trying to keep them as my focus to get me through normality next week!

What have you been up to this week?

10/12/2017

5 Ways To Protect Your Baby



The moment I saw those two lines appear on the pregnancy tests my life changed forever, twice over. From then on I've done everything in my power to protect my children, from eating right during pregnancy through to avoiding things which can be harmful to them in utero. That's when it all began. Parenting really is a mine field, there's always something to be worried about but that's not necessarily a bad thing. It shows how much I love them and how much I want to protect them. With this in mind I thought I'd put together a post with 5 examples, bare in mind that I'm no expert, these are just examples of the ways in which I protect my two children.


1. Practice Safe Sleep
This is something I didn't really think about until I had my first child. I remember being gifted a gorgeous baby blanket and cot bumper set at my baby shower and initially had planned to use it.. We opted to use baby sleeping bags with both our children as they regulate body temperature and eliminate the risks associated with blankets. It's also recommended to place baby with feet at the bottom or the cot, with no hats and no toys in with them.

2. Build Immune Systems
When babies are young they have little to no immune system so it's inevitable that they will get poorly every now and again. Breast milk gives them some protection against certain bugs with its antibodies and white blood cells. It's also tailored to your baby so if your baby is becoming sick you will make milk loaded up with bug fighting antibodies. Then there's the vaccinations which protect against serious illnesses. After that there's a few things that you can do which help build your child's immune system such as ensuring they get enough sleep and load them up with plenty of fruit and vegetables.

3. Sun Protection
Living in the UK we don't tend to need to worry about this often because let’s face it we don't get much sun however when taking your little one abroad it's a different story. We went to Spain this year with both children and Ava was just 13 weeks old. I was so apprehensive about how she'd cope with the warmth but she was fine, in fact I think she liked it. We made sure that she was covered head to toe in a high factor and high-quality sun cream every day but she was never in direct sunlight. When we were outside she'd be in the shade and we'd often go inside to cool off. I also encouraged her to breastfeed more often to make sure she was getting enough fluids in the warmer temperature.

4. Car Seat Safety
A major topic to mention has got to be car seat safety and the law here in the UK. It all depends on your child's age and what type of seat they should be in however it is recommended that you rear face an infant to at least the age of two. To keep up to date with this and to read more please see here.

5. Prevent Nappy Rash
Last but not least has got to be preventing nappy rash. Back when Ava was a newborn baby she got an infection around her cord which led to her needing a course of antibiotics. I was so upset by this and blamed myself but I was told it was just something which happens sometimes. The antibiotics upset her tummy which made her have rather acidic stool's. As you can imagine this wasn't pleasant for her, it gave her nappy rash which was all she needed after an infection. Although they don't usually recommend using creams with a baby so young it was necessary in our situation. Using a barrier cream not only healed her nappy rash but also prevented it from returning by protecting against the causes. Since using Bepanthen, which protects against the causes of nappy rash, she's not actually had nappy rash since and it's been six months. Nappy free time is also a great way to prevent nappy rash, lots of fresh air to their bottom works wonders and they also love having that little bit of freedom to wiggle about.



These are just 5 ways in which you can protect your baby but there are so many more which I could have easily discussed. Do you have any advice and tips you'd like to share? I'd love to read them. 


- This post is sponsored by Bepanthen.

10/11/2017

Milkshake! Brand New Besties DVD - Competition



Join a host of the biggest stars in pre-school television from Channel 5’s Milkshake! as they join forces in over two hours of fabulous fun, magical mischief and awesome adventure with the release of a brand new DVD collection by Abbey Home Media on Monday 23rd October. Whether it’s keeping a secret, learning to compromise, solving a problem, searching for clues or planning the best sleepover ever, our heroes put their friends firmly first!

This very special compilation of the very best pre-school shows from the long-running Channel 5 pre-school brand Milkshake! features some of their best-loved characters, including PAW Patrol, Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom, Peppa Pig, Fireman Sam, Poppy Cat, Noddy, Toyland Detective and Bob the Builder.

Featuring in this new collection are:

PAW Patrol - In ‘Pups Save the Paw Patroller’, Mayor Humdinger has swiped the PAW Patroller! The pups need to get it back and save that meddling mayor too.
Digby Dragon – In ‘Disappearing Spell’, Digby’s friend Sprite comes to visit, and Fizzy casts a disappearing spell on her. When Grizel and Mungo take Spellbook it seems impossible to magic Sprite back again.
Bob The Builder – In ‘Where’s Pilchard?’, when Muck has to shoo Pilchard out of his way, she suddenly vanishes. Leo and the machines run around trying to find her before Bob realises she’s disappeared.
Peppa Pig – In ‘Playing Pretend’, when Peppa’s bike gets a flat tyre and needs fixing, Peppa and her friends have fun riding their imaginary bikes and jumping in pretend muddy puddles.
Shimmer and Shine – In ‘Flying Flour’, the girls bake magical flying cookies, but Zeta and Nazboo sneak in to steal the flying flour.
Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom – In ‘Lucy’s Elf & Fairy Party’, Lucy celebrates her birthday with an Elf and Fairy party. Lucy’s Dad does a magic show but things get a bit out of hand when Princess Holly and her friends join in.
Fireman Sam – In ‘Best Sleepover Ever’, Norman, Mandy, Sarah and James are having a sleepover at Mandy’s house. Norman is determined that it will be the ‘Best Sleepover Ever’.
Simon – In ‘The Secret’, it’s Gaspard’s birthday. Simon has found out where Mummy has hidden his brother’s present. But Simon has sworn he’ll keep it a secret!
Poppy Cat – In ‘Underwater Picnic’, when Zuzu and Alma both arrive with plans for the group, Poppy teaches them the art of compromise. They set off in the submarine for Seaweed Sea to look for the speedy turtle and have an underwater picnic.
Floogals – In ‘Project Caterpillar’, Boomer has become very fond of the 3 stripy
caterpillars the kids are keeping in the shed. When one vanishes the Floogals stake out the container they are in to see if they can solve the mystery.
Olly the Little White Van – In ‘Bad Luck Olly’, Olly is going through a run of terrible luck. The more he tries to help people the more things go wrong. Help comes from the most unlikely place as Bazza helps him relax and do what comes naturally….Helping!
Puffin Rock – In ‘Mossy Impossible’, Oona is in danger. She’s tangled up in fishing twine near Seagull Cliff and the seagulls will be back soon! Mossy and Bernie try to free her, but they need help from Mama and Papa Puffin.
Noddy, Toyland Detective – In ‘Broken Crystal Memory Game’, Noddy needs to find out who broke the Crystal Memory Game before the start of the Daredale Challenge Obstacle Race!
Thomas & Friends – In ‘Toby’s New Friend’, Philip spots Toby and assumes that he is a diesel boxcab just like him. Convinced that they will become best friends, Philip rushes up to introduce himself, but Toby finds him rather overwhelming.


Abbey Home Media have gone and done it again with this DVD, it's brilliant! What's great about these compilation DVD's is that you can guarantee it will keep multiple children happy with it's wide range of different cartoons, there's a little something for everyone. This DVD is destined to be a new favourite for Noah and Ava as it features so many characters and shows that they both adore. Peppa Pig is always a firm favourite, 'Playing Pretend' is an episode that we hadn't seen before and Shimmer and Shine is a huge hit too!

Milkshake! Brand New Besties will be released on the 23rd of October at the price of £7.99 and is available from all good DVD stockists. How would you like to win a copy? To enter simply use the Gleam form below and don't forget to enter my other blog competitions!

Milkshake! Brand New Besties DVD

Terms & Conditions.         
1. There will be 1 winner who will the prize mentioned above.
2. Prize sent directly by the PR. 
3. Competition ends 12/11/17.
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified.
5. UK entries only.
 

10/09/2017

September Degustabox - Review




Another month has been and gone and that means it's time for our monthly Degustabox review, though a little bit later than usual. On the arrival of our Degustabox we did our usual, we set it to one side for when Nick came home from work as we all like to open it up together. That may sound a bit silly to some but we do make little traditions out of things and this is probably tradition number 55! Last month we had a back to school themed box and it was one of our favourite's so far, so much so it's going to be a hard one to beat! Without further ado, here is what was inside September's Degustabox.



1. Green & Black's Velvet Edition Chocolate - £1.99
2. Latin American Kitchen by Santa Maria Rice
 - £1.85
3. 
Latin American Kitchen by Santa Maria Sauce - £1.85
4. Nestle Cheerios Oat Crisp - £2.49
5. Knorr Concentrated Stock - £2.20 

6. Virtue Energy Water - x2 £1.35 

7. San Miguel Gluten Free - £2.00
8. Mentos Mint Mix Sharing Pouch - £1.19

9. Dream Rice Quinoa Drink - £1.60

10. Wild Planet Albacore Wild Tuna Steaks - £3.49

11. Seriously Spreadable Squares Cheese (voucher) - £1.75
12. Green's Egg Custard Mix - 0.69p
13. Miso Ramen Noodle Kit - £1.50 (not included on product sheet so not included in total price!)

Total: £23.80




As you can see there's quite the array of different products in this months box, you can tell there wasn't a theme as everything did seem a bit random, not that it's a bad thing. The box was great but compared to last months delight it left me wanting a little bit more, maybe they spoilt us too much last month! That being said most products we were able to use and used quite quickly, by Nick mostly. He drank all the drinks, ate the chocolate and he took the Latin American packs to work for his lunch. Noah and I on the other hand enjoyed tucking into the cereal as it was one we'd not tried before and it was quite nice to have it with the Dream Rice Quinoa milk which was also in this months box.


This leads me to our star product from this months box, a new little feature I'll be adding to our monthly Degustabox reviews. Without a doubt it was the Cheerios Oat Crisp cereal which went down a storm with everyone in the family, even with 7 month old Ava! The box is loaded with delicious crunchy flakes made from whole grain oats mixed with crispy cheerios, perfect in the morning with ice cold milk. As a family of cereal lovers it didn't last long and the box was gone within a matter of days, we've been out to buy it again since! It's a new family favourite.

Degustabox costs £12.99 per month but if you would like to try it for the first time use the code: CTOMW at the checkout to receive a huge £7.00 off! That means you can get your first box for just £5.99!

What products or brands would you like to see in Degustabox next?


- We were sent this product for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

10/08/2017

My Sunday Photo - 41/52



My beautiful baby bear staring up at her big brother. Look how much she adores him, you can see it in her eyes! Having two children is so exhausting but seeing their bond grow every single day is just a joy to see. They are best of friends, for the time being that is! 

OneDad3Girls

10/07/2017

Project 365 - Week 40/52



1st October 2017

2nd October 2017

3rd October 2017

4th October 2017

5th October 2017

6th October 2017

7th October 2017

The week started in a promising light as we just had one week left until our break away to Butlins. Nick only had a week left to work and Noah only had a couple of days at nursery. We had a great family day on Sunday and my Mum came to visit for the day on Monday.

Come Tuesday night Noah was really unwell with a barking cough and extreme wheeze which just seemed to appear out of nowhere. Nick ended up having to take him to hospital at 1:30am as he was really struggling to breathe, it was so scary. I decided to stay home with Ava as she was sleeping, it wasn't right to wake her, take her out in the cold and to a hospital full of 101 bugs especially when we didn't know how long it would take. Although I felt useless staying at home and upset for not being there with Noah I knew he was in capable hands because Nick is an incredible father. I didn't need to worry because they were back 45 minutes later and Noah was so much better. The doctors said he had croup (which we'd already self diagnosed thanks to Dr. Google) and he was given steroid medication at the hospital which had worked wonders by the time he got home, he as able to breathe properly again. I decided to keep him off nursery for the rest of the week while he recuperated and now, 4 days later he's still not 100% but he's getting there. Although he's been unwell which of course has been rubbish, it's been really nice to have him home and has made me realise how much I've missed him now that he's in nursery more.

On Thursday he was feeling a bit better so we headed out for a long walk, to the shops and to the park with Ava. When she'd settled to sleep in her pram Noah and I had some lovely one on one time which is so hard to come by these days. Now that Ava is getting older and less dependent on me (breastfeeds less) that we'll definitely need to arrange more Mummy and Noah time. It was great to play and be silly on the park knowing he should have been at nursery, it somehow seemed to make it more special? The rest of the week has been a bit of a blur really, trying to prepare for our holiday all while blogging, cleaning, cooking and looking after two children. Roll on next week, hopefully it'll be a good one!

What have you been up to this week?

10/04/2017

Glimmies Rainbow Friends Glimtree & Glimhouse - Review



Sometimes I don't know who's more excited about discovering new toys to play with, me or the kids! Last week we were sent some very special toys indeed. Introducing Glimmies Rainbow Friends, little star fairies that have been sent down by the moon to take care of the magical "Glimmieswood" forest.

Being the shy fairies that they are, they hide during the day but come night time they spring to life and shine bright. When darkness falls Glimmies light up majestically and bring brightness to the forest, creating a soothing light just like a firefly. Glimmies don't just light up, but their lights also change colour when they are placed next to another Glimmie friend. It's like a light party!

To make your Glimmies glow all you need to do is switch the button the back of the head and make sure it's turned on. You then either cup them in you hand if it's daylight or wave a hand over their head if it's dark and they'll magically glow up.


For the purpose of this review we were sent two Glimmies Rainbow Friends toys to review, the first one being the Glimmies Rainbow Friends Glimtree which retails are £34.99. This is a great play set to start off a brand new Glimmies collection, it's a place for your Glimmies to call home and such a beautiful toy. As you can see it's a magical tree with four different compartments which open up so your fairies can go inside. When it starts to go dark the Glimmies inside will begin to glow, lighting up the entire Glimtree! 



The Glimtree also comes with an exclusive Glimmie which you can only get with this set. I think this is great and another incentive to buy. I think she's a rather special Glimmie too with her pale blue skin and white fluffy hair, you can imagine her being in charge and mother hen of all the other Glimmies.

I think Glimmies are utterly adorable and I think how they all have their own name and bio is a great personal touch, one which Noah really likes too as he loves his toys to have their own names and personas. He also loves to collect things so he's delighted to know that there's 12 different Glimmies in total. 


The second toy we received was the Glimmies Rainbow Friends Glimhouse which costs just £8.99 and is available with many different characters and colours. Simply pop your Glimmie inside their Glimhouse and she will glow up nice and bright, lighting up the night. If you attach the star pin to the top of the house then you can hang it anywhere and even connect multiple Glimhouses together creating a whole village of fairies!




We've been enjoying these toys for a while now and they've been a joy, we adore them and for so many different reasons. I think they have such a lovely backstory and they really encourage your child's imagination to bloom and grow. Noah's favourite out of the two has got to be the Glimtree and as I type this it's sat on his bedside table with his two Glimmies glowing inside (I'm going to run up and turn them off once I post this review!)

Prices for Glimmies Rainbow Friends start at as little as £4.99 and they are available from Flair and other toy retailers. Glimmies get a huge thumbs up from us and we wouldn't hesitate in recommending them, they'd make one fabulous gift or treat to boys and girls alike!

Do you like the look of Glimmies Rainbow Friends?


- We were sent these products for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.