Summer Tunes!!

Here are my music choices this week a which I have not shared for a while.

Say Something (I'm Giving Up On You)This has been stuck in my head for the last few days.

MAVINS - DOROBUCCI ft Don Jazzy, Tiwa Savage, Dr SID, D'Prince, Reekado Banks, Korede Bello, Di'J.

Do you like either of these or let me know which song you are listening to a lot this week?


Whether a builder by trade or simply a DIY enthusiast, you’ll find all you need at Aldi. With everything from quality tools and accessories to protective clothing and footwear, keep an eye out for the Aldi Specialbuys Building range, available in stores 5th July.

Stay secure when working at a height with this heavy duty Triple Extension Ladder (£79.99). Featuring wide, slip-resistant D-rungs for safety and comfort when climbing, this ladder is also ultra-portable thanks to its lightweight aluminium frame.

Thank You Teacher Gift!!

Many school children will take a gift into school at the end of the school

year, to thank their favourite teacher or class teacher for all their

kindness and help throughout the year.

The One4all Gift Card is a great way to say Thank You to a teacher, allowing

them to select something that will really make them happy, whether it be

some new stationary from WH Smith, a lovely ornament or frame for their desk

from Debenhams or a nice new scarf from John Lewis for those chilly days out

on the school playground, the choices are endless with a One4all card!

The card can be topped up with anything from £10 and can be spent within any

of our 22,000 retail outlets. You can personalise your card with a unique

photograph and message or opt for 'Thank You Teacher' design. Cards can

be bought online or at your local Post Office

Yummy Nummies Mini Kitchen Magic!!

You should of by now seen the Yummy Nummies blog button on the side of my blog.
So if you are wondering what is Yummy Nummies well it is a brand new craze all the way from japan of making food in miniature and really fast.

We were asked by Character-Online if we would like to try out 2 of the kits I thought why not I am sure the kids would have fun doing this.

We were sent the pizza kit and the cookie kit.

Ravensburger Dinosaurs Puzzle With App

As you have seen before we have been sent Ravensburger puzzle and the kids loved them,this one is no exception.
But let me tell you this is no ordinary puzzle,it also has a fun app with games on it.

My oldest son loves this as he is loving anything dinosaurs right now so this Dinosaurs 100 piece XXL puzzle is a perfect gift for him and for any dino mad child.

The only bits he found a little difficult was the background it took him around 1/12 hours to do with help from his sister.

Once the puzzle is completed you can download the free app on Android and ios,There is 3 games on there including a quiz the app is a lot of fun and JR loved how it helped him to learn more about the dinosaurs.

I think that having an app to go with a puzzle for kids is a really good idea and turns the fun in to education at the same time and who would not like that :).


78% of British gardens contain plants that are toxic to cats and


One in three pet owners (31%) admit they have no idea if the plants

and flowers in their gardens are toxic to pets.

Charlie Dimmock supports MORE TH>N Pet Safe campaign with launch of

the world’s most dangerous garden to cats and dogs.

Millions of British gardens are potential death traps to cats and dogs.

That’s according to new findings from MORE TH>N, which reveals that over

three quarters (78%) of the nation’s gardens contain plants that are toxic

to our furry friends[1].

With four in every five household gardens containing toxic plants, it’s no

surprise that almost 10% of cats and dogs have ingested poisonous plants or

flowers. Of those, 43% subsequently needed urgent veterinary care, while 15%

sadly passed away[2].

The Marvellous Meat Company

The name of this wonderful company says it all,Just recently we were lucky enough to be sent 2 boxes filled with some of the best meat I have had.

Most of you that read my blog often know how important it is for me to make sure our family eat the best meat and I love to know where it comes from,the less it has traveled the better,for those of you that are new to my blog after a bad experience with meat from a big supermarket I decided that I would no longer spend money on meat from them and only buy direct from farms etc where the meat is naturally raised and not full of all sorts including being bulked up with water.