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Reviewing the brand new Hatchimals: Hatchimals Surprise!

On Friday 6th October 2017 I officially became the best Mum in the world. For Friday 6th October 2017, was Hatchimals Day and the UK launch of the brand new Hatchimals Surprise. The toy that is on track to be the on every child’s Christmas list this year. And we were fortunate enough to be sent one by Spin Master and take part in a mass hatching on Twitter. I have to admit that I’d never heard of Hatchimals until…

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Bigjigs Sweetland Express and Push-Along Rabbit – A Bigjigs Play Patrol Review

A 14 month old boy sitting on the floor (the photograph only shows his legs and torso) and holding onto a wooden push-along rabbit toy from Bigjigs - Bigjigs Sweetland Express and Push-Along Rabbit - A Bigjigs Play Patrol Review - Mrs H's favourite things

Little Miss and Little Mister H are part of the Bigjigs Play Patrol and previously the lovely people at Bigjigs have sent us a Rainbow Rattle, Garden Bead Box and the ZooBooKoo Spelling Cube Book to play with and test out. But on this occasion, Little Miss H received the Sweetland Express train and Little Mister H was sent the Push Along Rabbit to review. Our third Bigjigs Play Patrol Review The Sweetland Express Train Little Miss H is a…

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ZooBooKoo Spelling Cube Book – A Bigjigs Play Patrol Review

A photograph of a four year old girl playing with the fabulous educational toy the ZooBooKoo Spelling Cube Book that can be bought at Bigjigs - this is the review of that toy -which is part of our role as members of the Bigjigs Play Patrol - Mrs H's favourite things

Back in April we were thrilled to be chosen to be part of the Bigjigs Play Patrol. It is a role that Little Miss H and Little Mister H have thrown themselves into. And they had a lovely time when they reviewed the Bigjigs Rainbow Rattle and Garden Bead Box. Then in May, Little Miss H was sent the ZooBooKoo Spelling Cube Book. A fantastic educational toy that is designed to support the National Curriculum for Key Stage 1. ZooBooKoo…

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