Toddler Life

All posts to do with the life of a toddler – fashion, life, books, food.

Now that Clem is getting older her taste in books is changing. We are moving on from Peppa Pig and onto more exciting ones. For her birthday our friends got her a big set of Meg & Mog books – 10 all together. I remember them from when I was little so it’s nice to be able to share them with her now. Every single night we read with Clem before bedtime, sometimes 2 or 3 books so I decided…

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Clem, today is your third birthday. You are now three! I can’t quite believe I have a 3-year-old. You are no longer a baby or a toddler but a pre-schooler. In fact, you’ve been one for the last 6 months, but I’ve been desperately clinging onto the toddler phase. It wasn’t until looking back over photos for this post that I have realised just how much you have changed in those 6 months. You are becoming a confident little girl…

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We were recently sent a beret secret parcel from the lovely Sarah at Puffin and Ladybird books. I had absolutely no idea what was coming so it was a lovely surprise when I opened the parcel. Not only did it contain a beautiful hardback copy of Edie the new book from Sophy Henn. But it also came with 2 balls of wool, pompom makers and a gorgeous hand-made beret from Lala and pom. Now I am not joking when I…

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As most parents will know, reading is a very important part of having children. We read with Clem every single day. So we are constantly on the look out for new and interesting books. Recently we were lucky enough to receive a copy of Will Mabbitts new book – I can only draw worms. For those of you not already familiar with Wills work he has previously written¬† The Unlikely Adventures of Mabel Jones and Mabel Jones and the Forbidden…

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As a teen one of my favourite films to watch at Christmas and Halloween was The Nightmare Before Christmas. To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of this classic tale, a special edition has been released that features original artwork from Tim Burton. Famous for his classic films like Edward Scissorhands, Beetlejuice, Batman, Sleepy Hollow, Mars Attacks!, Corpse Bride and of course the film version off The Nightmare before Christmas. The artwork is stunning and in typical Burton style, instantly recognisable. This is definitely a…

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