Last night Warren and I attended the press night for Let It Be at Wales Millennium Centre. You might (or might not) know that I’m a HUGE fan of the Beatles and as we approached the theatre I felt a sense of excitement building up inside my tummy! Review: Let It Be at Wales Millennium Centre The whole place was buzzing and there was a general sense of love in the room. Four television…

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  We’re so excited to be able to enter a lovely crafty competition from Gorilla Glue. We’ve been studying all things under the sea so I thought it would be fun to make a fish-related craft.   Make a Rainbow Fish Wind Chime with Gorilla Glue You will need… Clear Gorilla Glue Sea related bits (starfish, shells etc) Ribbon/String Wire Template of a fish Clay Sequins and other pretty things Googly eyes Step 1 Roll…

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Hello, welcome to another book tour. This time we have a historical romance Condemned & Admired – The Earl’s Cunning Wife written by Bree Wolf, and it looks to be very exciting indeed! Plus there’s the chance to win an e-book copy of the book! Read on…   Author’s Bio  ‘USA Today bestselling author Bree Wolf has always been a language enthusiast (though not a grammarian!) and is rarely found without a book in her hand or her fingers glued to a keyboard. Trying to find her way. she has taught  English as a second language, traveled abroad and worked at a translation agency as well as a law firm in Ireland. She also spent loooong years obtaining a BA in English and Education and a MA in Specialized Translation while wishing she could simply be a writer. Although there is nothing simple about being a writer, her…

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  It’s #BostikBlogger time, and I’m excited to share a very cute craft perfect for kids going back to school, or like ours, going back to home education this September. Although, you know how I feel, we never really stop learning no matter the month, right?! Our Craft Merrily and Bostik box had lots of goodies inside, but since we’re mad for books it made sense to make a bookmark! I thought it would be…

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  Recently we received a Mud & Bloom subscription box to try out. We adore nature and crafts, so this combination seemed pretty perfect for us! Encouraging Imagination Through Nature: Mud & Bloom Subscription Box The box is perfect letterbox size, and it arrived perfectly packaged at the beginning of July. Each box is £7.95 (free postage) and they’re aimed at 3-8 year olds. Inside there are four seasonal activities to take part in, and…

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  It’s the summer holidays and New Theatre have got your entertainment sorted with The Gruffalo’s Child from Tall Stories! We love going on family theatre trips, and we love The Gruffalo’s Child, so it was win-win for us! Review: The Gruffalo’s Child at New Theatre The Gruffalo’s Child is the sequel to the well-known story The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler. The story follows the Gruffalo’s child who is determined…

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    We recently received The Day War Came by Nicola Davies and Illustrated by Rebecca Cobb. The story follows a young girl as she tells the reader the story of war… From her home to her classroom, war descends and changes the landscape all around her. The story was originally a poem published on the Guardian newspaper’s website and within this book the poem has been accompanied by gorgeous (and sometimes harrowing) illustrations. I had…

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  Today we had an awesome time at Everyman’s Open Air Theatre performance of Seussical Jr! I absolutely love this musical, so I was super excited to see it once more… Review: Everyman Theatre Presents Seussical Jr Seussical Jr is such an amazing, positive and energetic performance. I love the message being delivered through song and story, the combination of Seuss stories intertwining to produce a fun and vibrant performance. When the production began, Warren…

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  Last night Warren and I headed to see Everyman’s Open Air Theatre performance of Fiddler on the Roof after a lovely pre-theatre dinner at No 10 Cardiff. I have always had a soft spot for Fiddler on the Roof so I was really excited to see how it would transfer from film to stage. Review: Open Air Theatre Presents Fiddler on the Roof The stage was set with lovely wooden frames and doors, plus…

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