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Timber.Tots – 5 Advantages of Wooden Toys

For as long as I've been buying toys for Ellie I've been aware of the discussion between parents as to what is better for babies/toddlers/children wooden or plastic toys. Now I've always been on the fence I suppose because honestly, Ellie has her fair share of plastic and wooden toys. I have always tried to… Continue reading Timber.Tots – 5 Advantages of Wooden Toys

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Positive Failure

A while back I shared the struggle I was having with myself. My mental health was taking a right beating and I was finding it hard getting it back to a healthy balance. It took a while and a complete breakdown for me to realise that I wasn't failing. I have spent days, weeks, months… Continue reading Positive Failure

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Blists Hill – Telford

We visited Blists Hill Victorian Town in Ironbridge, (Telford, Shropshire) during this half term and is one of ten museums in the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage site. We are incredibly lucky to have these museums on our doorstep and want to make use of what our great town has to offer.

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Enginuity – Telford

We visited Enginuity, which is a science museum in Ironbridge, (Telford, Shropshire) during this half term and is one of ten museums in the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage site. We are incredibly lucky to have these museums on our doorstep and want to make use of what our great town has to offer.