Reviews

As any new parent will say, becoming a mummy and daddy really is a completely new world. ?I’ve reviewed some of the products we have used: some are invaluable, others have been replaced.

I haven’t been paid to write any of these reviews, they are impartial, based on my own experiences and are my own opinion. We (hubby and I) have purchased all items with our own money or they have been given to us as a gift by family/friends.

 

Reviews: ??

My own fairy door review

Hatch Cards Augmented Reality Greetings Cards Review

Dettol campaign #GetTheWorldReady for BabyNew mummy blog reviews Jamie's Italian super lunch

Reviewing Baker Days Letterbox Cake

The Little Green Sheep Cot Protector
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Upcoming Reviews:

1. Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep machine?

2. Maxi-Cosi Pebble car seat and?Maxi-Cosi Family Fix Base

3. Asda Little Angels Nappies

4. Foam Bath Support

5. Ewan the Sheep

6. MAM Self-Sterilising bottles

7. Tommee Tippee Anti-Colic Bottles

8. Fisher Price Starlight Cot Mobile

9. Mothercare Loved So Much Bouncer

10. Tommee Tippee Digital Sensor Mat Monitor

 

 

I plan to keep reviewing products as our experience might help someone else.

At present I have not been paid to review any products or received any products for free. If you would like me to review any product for you, please contact me.

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  • Reply
    Rebecca Bielawski
    September 17, 2015 at 10:03 pm

    Hi,

    Would you be interested in receiving a digital copy of the
    children’s picture book TRAVELLING SEEDS for review?

    The book was released a few weeks ago on Amazon.
    http://www.amazon.com/Travelling-Seeds-MUMMY-NATURE-childrens-ebook/dp/B013BQ9DTS/

    Preview pages can be seen here: http://www.booksbeck.com/travelling-seeds

    If you would like a copy, reply to this email and write “pdf”or “kindle” so that I know
    your preferred format.

    BOOK DESCRIPTION:

    BOOK 3 in the MUMMY NATURE series of children’s books

    Discover how seeds travel from place to place. Our narrator excitedly tells us how
    she saw a pear fall from a tree in the meadow and how a cow came along and ate it.
    Then the seed began a journey. Where would the seed end up? Would it grow into a
    big tree with pears of its own?

    Using the pear and cow example we can stimulate more questions about seed
    dispersal and, like all the books in MUMMY NATURE series, Travelling Seeds can be
    used as a jumping off point for discussion of other topics such as seed germination,
    plant parts or how plants animals and people interact in nature. On the last page we
    can see more examples of ways that seeds can be spread.

    What we can learn:
    How seeds of fruit can be spread when eaten by animals or
    people
    Other ways that seeds can be spread: by wind, by water, by sticking to
    travelling creatures
    Simple ideas about germination
    The cycle of: seed > plant > flower > fruit > seed
    A cow stomach has 4 parts

    new words: Germination, sprout, roots, seedling

    PAGES: 24
    WORDS: 283
    LEVEL: Preschool to 6yrs

    Other books in the series: Meet Bacteria! Bees Like Flowers

    MUMMY NATURE series – nurturing children’s curiosity

    Each book in the series is one mini nature lesson wrapped up in colour and rhyme.
    These books are intended for very young children including toddlers and will give
    them just a glimpse into some of the wonders of the natural world. Illustrated for
    maximum vibrancy and visual impact, using rhyme to engage young minds and
    encourage participation. Read the rhymes to your children and soon they will be
    reading them to you!

    The narrator is a small child and keen observer who tells us in short rhyming phrases
    everything she thinks we should know, and all about the magical things she sees
    around her. Sometimes she is camouflaged in the long grass and other times she
    has to climb a tree to get a better look.

    Thank you very much for your time.

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