The final piece – Just Jigsaws review

Despite my best intentions of keeping life at home moderated when it comes to screen time, there is no point pretending that You tube, Roblox and Netflix haven’t featured way more heavily than I’m comfortable with. But there is one trump card that engages the girls without fail, makes us all put down our screens, and sets us to a challenge in which we are all focused and present together; the humble jigsaw.

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A shoe for all seasons – @RydaleClothing leather leopard print Chelsea boot

I’m not sure how many shoes is too many shoes, but I’d take a guess that the number squirreled away in every corner of every cupboard, wardrobe and storage space is probably a good sign I’m at max capacity.

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Unique & Personal Gifts For Father’s Day from Little Star Jewellery

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Little Star Jewellery is all about celebrating family, love and relationships. So there is no way we could forget Dad. Also we all know he’s a big softy at heart and loves a bit of sentiment.

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Bite Away; Banishing the bother of bites in the British Summertime

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When I think of all that’s wonderful about the Summer here in the U.K., I visualise picnics and barbecues, cold drinks in pub gardens with friends and twilight evenings in the garden.

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Fathers Day 2020 with @Trendhim

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As I post this, it’s just seven days until Father’s Day here in the UK. It’s a calendar entry which always creep up on me, and often ends up with a last minute day off Friday dash to the garden centre or Supermarket to pick up some cards and gifts for the Dads, Grandads and stepdads in our life.

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Online invitations for post lockdown birthdays

Would you believe it, my birthday is in a few days time, on June the first. Which means here in the UK I am officially having the first post lockdown birthday party. Well, provided that is you class a party as me, Dad Muddling Through and the kids, and two other people two metres away.

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I had my Mum’s face put on a pair of socks

I spent ages trying to think of a witty, punchy title for this post, but in the end, what more is there to say? I had my Mum’s face put on a pair of socks.

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Five minutes peace – pocket sized parcels of giant sized fun with @EggNoggUK colouring-in

Seven weeks into ‘stay at home’ and I’ve learnt one or two things about keeping the kids entertained.

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How childhood has changed since we were kids

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As a parent, do you ever watch your children playing with their toys, interacting with their friends, watching their favourite shows, and think back to your own childhood? If you do, chances are you’ll have noticed a few key differences from the typical childhood of today compared to back in your day

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@PartyPopStar, The ultimate pop star birthday party package (Review)

Kids parties; I’ve seen a few in my time. In fact, over the last eight years or so many a Sunday morning, Saturday afternoon has been spent traipsing the kids around on their far superior than ours social life, with a present and card taped together under our arm, hovering around the crisps and hoping there are some nice Mums to chat to.

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