Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Princess Adventure Puzzle Party - and Party Linky

I love birthday parties, we've done practically everything over the years, bouncy castle, pool party, playcentre, karaoke, face painting. With having five children I've had chance to experience a lot.

I like to get in on the action, only once have I hired someone to do the party for me. However, now having three littlies with birthdays just weeks apart (and with me not getting any younger) I'm finding it all a little harder and any help is welcome.

For Boo's 6th birthday last weekend I had help in the form of a Mega Princess Adventure Puzzle Party from Tall Tales Puzzle Parties.

I invited ten children but not all turned up, that is, sadly, quite common with parties held during the school holidays.

I usually end up spending weeks getting all the things I need sorted for a party like this but with the Puzzle Party Box I had everything I needed, I just had to sort food. The box comes with plates, dishes, cups, napkins, table cover, cupcake stand, banner, party bags, craft supplies, puzzles, prizes and sweets. Also there was a crown and sash for the party princess and badges for the guests.

This party comes with full instruction and taught me something I've not tried before. The party bags are handed out empty at the beginning and then sweets and gifts are added to the bags throughout the party so they go home full. Such a good idea and it really works, I'll definitely do this again.

I made the cake myself. I tried to get it to fit into the theme of Puzzle Princess.

The party food

We started the party with a game. Provided in the box were a packet of little pictures. Before the party I'd glued one of each of the pictures onto five boxes and put them around the garden. Then the children were given a picture and had to find the right box to put them in. They then came back for more pictures. To make this a competitive game you should put the child's name on the back and then count up how many they got correct. The children at our party were happy just finding the boxes and running around. When the pictures had all gone I gave them all a party bag with a pen to write their name on. 
The next task was a spot the difference puzzle which the children enjoyed doing and then they were rewarded with a packet a sweets for their party bags.

I was also provided with puzzle pieces after each task which go together to make the final certificate. Seeing as you get the completed certificate at the end I didn't bother with these. I suppose had the children been a little older it might have worked but I was partying with a group of hyper active, over excited 6 year olds!

The second puzzle was a maze and the children were given two to complete. Again they did this with vigour and were really excited. Their reward was a sticker book for their party bags.

My instructions now told me to break for the craft activity but the children were keen to eat so we got stuck into the party food first.

After the feast the children wanted to do the craft activity in the garden so I took the crown tiaras and all the craft things into the garden where they had loads of fun. (Bonus, no glitter in the carpet!)

The children had so much fun making the crown tiaras, a few of them said this was their favourite part of the party. The results were amazing.

After the craft session we got back to solving the puzzles. Next up was finding the hidden stars which the children completed and were rewarded with a another packet of sweets for their party bags.
Then it was time for a game of bingo. Each child had a picture bingo card and I held up a series of pictures one at a time and they had to cross them off their cards. They really enjoyed this game and I carried on until they all had completed a card and won the next goody for their party bag which was a 'diamond' ring.

To finish off there was an anagram game. Before the party I'd hidden a series of letters around the room for them to find and assemble into two words BIRTHDAY PRINCESS. The letters were in two colours and the children split into two groups to find either red or blue letters. They were all winners though and the prize was to open the special box and present the new Princess of Puzzletania (the birthday girl) with her crown and sash. All the children then received a badge to say they had completed the puzzles. 

Boo and her friends had a fantastic time. I loved the structure of the party which meant there was no boredom. The whole event lasted about an hour and a half, then the children had a little time to play on the swings in the garden (and I got a well earned drink and snack)

The party was very different to anything I'd done before. We usually have party games like musical statues or pass the parcel, I thought the children would miss them but they didn't even ask. 

I found that having everything I needed supplied in one box saved me a lot of stress and time before the party. All I'd done in preparation is read through the simple instruction sheet. Other boxes available include Dinosaurs, Fairies and Pirates. Or there are many others to chose from if you are providing your own table wear. If you are interested in hosting your own puzzle party do check out the website and you can use the code PARTY13 at the checkout for a 15% discount.

I've decided to make this post into a linky because I'd love for you to share your posts about parties and or celebration cakes. There are no real rules, posts can be old or new so long as they mention a party (of any kind, although please be aware this is a family site) or feature some kind of celebration cake. So please link up your posts and tell your friends. Feel free to add my party badge below for others to see and join in. 

I was provided with a Mega Princess Party in a box for 10 children. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Party Party

With so many birthdays in the summer I am always on the look out for party outfits for my littlies. With Next you never had to look far and here are a few of my current favourites.

First up is this lovely floral dress which you can also buy in kahki. It's lovely and summery and both my girls think it's great. Made in cotton it would be lovely, cool and comfortable to wear as well as being pretty.

From Next in sizes 3-16 yrs £10.50 to £15.50
What little girl doesn't love sequins and tulle. This is a proper party dress and a big favourite of Star aged seven

From Next in sizes 3-16 years £28-£34

I love spots and I love this black spotty dress which would be great for Boo aged six years.

From next in sizes 3 months to 6 years £22-£24

Finally for those real special occasions this dress is just beautiful. I love the beautiful beading on the skirt and the flowers on the shoulder strap.

From Next in sizes 3-14 years £28-£35

Of course no outfit is complete is complete unless you have gorgeous shoes too. Here are a couple of my favourites.
From Next £11- £14

from Next £24-£30

Not wanting to miss the Little Man out, he loves to party too. How about this gorgeous outfit?

From Next in sizes 3 months to 6 years

Now, lets get this party started!!

This post was written for the Next Network. I have received no payment or products. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Monday, 29 July 2013

Cross And Blackwell 4kids Fruit and Jelly Pots - Review

We were sent some Toy Story Fruit Pots for kids by Crosse & Blackwell 4Kids to review. They arrived in a lovely Toy Story lunch box, perfect for back to school. (If we ever find one!)

My Littlies are big fruit lovers but no so keen on jelly, in fact Star doesn't eat jelly at all, so I was interested to how she would react to these little pots.

The pots arrived in a Toy Story lunch box

The pots are the perfect size for lunch boxes, if we were not moving house soon and I was not on a complete ban from hording, I'd have definitely kept the pots for future craft projects. After removing the colourful Toy Story cardboard outer you find a little plastic spoon which is folded to fit neatly on the lid. The spoon clicks open and my littlies had no problem in doing this. The film lids had to be tugged off and these proved a little more difficult with all three littlies leaving some film behind that I had to pull off. No1Son (25 yrs) also had a little trouble removing the lid.
The litttlies loved the Toy Story images which inspired their initial excitement in the product.


Peach in Strawberry Jelly
Peach in Peach Jelly
Mandarin in Orange Jelly
Apple in Raspberry Jelly
Mixed Fruit in Strawberry Jelly
Pineapple in Pineapple Jelly

The pots are packed with pieces of fruit and the jelly is made with fruit juice. The combinations are really tasty but the peach in strawberry jelly was the least favourite one.

Two of the flavours

What the Kids Thought

Star, 7 years, is the one who doesn't like jelly. She was happy to give one of the pots a try though and went for the apple in raspberry jelly. She managed to pick out all the pieces of apple leaving the jelly behind. That was quite a good result though because normally she wouldn't touch anything with any amount of jelly in it.

Boo, 6 years, loves fruit and jelly and was keen to get stuck in. She started with peach in strawberry but wasn't keen on the flavours, so instead she had peach in peach jelly which she loved. She managed perfectly fine using  the little spoon that came in the pack.

The Little Man had the fruit cocktail in strawberry jelly and used the little spoon. He made loads of mess but he generally does make a mess with whatever he eats. He did eat most of it though, leaving behind just a little jelly.

I had the mandarin in orange jelly which was really delicious and refreshing. The jelly had a slightly different texture than usual jelly, probably because it's made from fruit juice. It was also a little sweeter than usual but at least that was natural sugar not added.

No1Son tried the pineapple in pineapple jelly which he wolfed down and said was delicious but the jelly 'felt' different.
The Little Man couldn't wait to get stuck in!


Overall these pots were a big hit, I'd consider buying them. They are great for lunchboxes and picnics and I love the little spoon that comes with them. Maybe a little too sweet for every day but if they were to replace a chocolate bar or crisps then they would be much better choice. Each little pot contains one of your five a day so great for those who are not keen on eating just fruit. There are a good range of flavours so something to suit everyone. They do work out a little more expensive than a piece of fruit and as my children love fruit I'd probably just buy these as an occasional treat rather than an every day one. 

If I were to change anything it would be the film lid, it should be a little easier to remove for little fingers.

We were sent a lunch box containing six Toy Story fruit pots to review. All thoughts and opinions are my own (and that of my littlies)

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Sports Day at the Castle

Earlier this year I wrote about the Castle at the End of the Road and this week I was really excited as the girls school (at the end of our garden) had their sports day there.

It was a brilliant day, the kids moved around in classes taking part in each event. This meant we had a lot of running from one side of the castle to the other as our girls are in different classes. Both girls tried really hard and Boo managed to come second in the horse racing. The day was split up with a lovely picnic lunch right in the middle of the castle grounds. It was such a lovely way to end the school year, and of course it was my girls very last day at their school as they will be going somewhere else after summer and we move house. 

I'll let the photo's tell the rest of the story, as you can probably tell, the batteries ran out on my camera and I had to take some photos with my phone instead, that's why the colour looks different in some pictures.

The Little Man wasn't taking part so we took a few pics of him posing around the castle.

My favourite event was the horse racing. 

photo credit, Weoley Castle Ruins

I'm sharing our wonderful sports day with Coombe Mill and #countrykids, please click the badge to see many other fantastic outdoors with kids posts.
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I'm also Linking up with Ethan's Escapades Small Steps Amazing Achievements because my little Boo managed to win a badge for second place. Also for Star who took part and really enjoyed herself despite coming last in everything because of her disabilities. Two real champions xx
Ethans Escapades

Monday, 22 July 2013

Graduation...At Two Years Old!

The other day I was honoured to attend the graduation of my Little Man from his pre-school.
It was lovely to join in with the other parents to hear about how our little ones have progressed and what they have achieved.
With the Little Man I've been through many worries. He was a difficult baby and a very slow learner. He reached all his milestones late and at one stage I was wondering if there was something wrong with him as all he did was cry, he didn't sit up or roll over, he just lay there on his back. He never crawled, after he finally learnt to sit he progressed to bottom shuffling. He was a late walker, being nearly two years old when he took his first steps. He didn't even attempt to cruise around the furniture, in fact he wouldn't even put his feet down to stand. He language development was also slow and his vocabulary was minimum by the time he started pre-school.
I was wary about letting him go to pre-school. He'd been so slow I wasn't sure it would be the right environment for him. I thought long and hard and decided that I'd let him go, but if it didn't work out I'd just take him out again.

By the time he started his pre-school, called Little Builders, he was walking and had a small vocabulary. He seemed so young at 25 months to be leaving me all day, even for just two days a week. Surprisingly he settled right away. He loved the staff caring for him and loved going to school. Within no time at all he was on par with all the other children there. His language developed really quick once faced with competing against other chatty toddlers.

I never had any problems leaving him, well he didn't have any problems, I missed him like crazy. He would go into his classroom quite happily every time. I always went in with him but he was happy to give me a kiss and wave me off. He's certainly not a clingy child. Sometimes I felt a little jealous of the mum's who's toddler would be clinging to their legs, but in reality it was nice to know that the Little Man was confident enough to let me go, he knew I would be back for him. He always looked forward to his time at the Little Builders.

His graduation was a big deal for me, my little boy who had seemed so far behind the other children at the start had grown so much and learnt so much. Being an August baby he's always going to be one of the youngest in a school group, but now I don't have to worry that he'll be playing catch up. To top it all, he is completely toilet trained and I didn't really have much trouble with him.

I'm so proud of my Little Man, and this is most certainly one my most magic moments of this year.

The Olivers Madhouse

Ethans Escapades

Sunday, 21 July 2013

“What are you doing here? Didn't think we'd be able to handle it?” - Lulu

I have received an invitation on Facebook to celebrate the launch of Sheryl Browne's new e-book, Learning To Love.

To celebrate the launch of Learning to Love in e-book, we are having a massive Promo Blitz on 21st and 22nd July! It will be a 2 day party with some Giveaways. The theme of the party is this........If you had to reinvent yourself what name would you use? Would you change occupations and have a whole new identity? Or, whose identity would you steal? Where would you relocate to and why? Feel free to post pics! We are looking for the most imaginative ones! So, get your thinking caps on!

Now, re-inventing myself sounds like a good idea. Online it's something I've done before, in fact when I was very first introduced to the Internet way back when (dial-up days) one of my favourite activities was role playing a character from one of my favourite authors Terry Pratchett. It's not something I've tried in real life though, and I don't think I would actually be up for stealing someone else's identity. Crazy as my real life is, I couldn't cope with anyone else's!

So, to take part in this celebration I'm going to use a game character. This is one of been fond of for many years, the game was originally released in 2001 for the Playstation 2.
So let me introduce you to my new persona for the next couple of days.

Lulu, from Final Fantasy X

I grew up in the world of Spira on the tropical island Besaid.

Nice, isn't it? Sadly, I was not to able to stay there as I was assigned to be the guardian of Yuna, a summoner on a journey to obtain the Final Aeon and defeat the evil Sin. ( A large whale like creature who causes mass destruction on Spira for many centuries)

I grew up with two brothers Chappu and Wakka. Chappu and I were together once but sadly he killed during a battle against Sin on the island of Djose.
"No matter how dark the night, morning always comes, and our journey begins anew.”

I'm known as a black mage, but even though I appear to have voodoo powers I am a good person. Kind hearted and intelligent and I care a lot about others. I like to wear black and have a passion for belts, but not around my waist. My hair is dark and very long, I wear it in a bun with long plaits at the back. My eyes are a kind of reddish brown.

As a guardian of Yuna I protested when she decided to become a summoner, but I was also determined to protect her and went along with her on her quest to defeat Sin. I left my lovely island of Besaid and travelled to Kilika with Yuna and her other guardians, Wakka, Tidus and Kimahri.

Eventually, I got it together with Wakka, I know, everyone was a bit shocked...the Goth and the Jock! ( He likes a good game of Blitzball)
We married an had a baby boy that Wakka named Vidina, which means 'future'



Now that Sin has been defeated I live in peace with my husband and baby back on Besaid. Well, until the next time!

Let me leave you with my theme tune

Thursday, 18 July 2013

Fairy Bell Sisters Book Review and Competition

My girls love to read, I think they get it from me although I don't really have much time lately. I do remember as a little girl there was nothing I loved more than reading a good book. Of course, back then we didn't have computers, or games consoles, so I am really pleased when my girls are happy to pick up a book rather than controller or a mouse.

Rosie and the Secret Friend on Amazon

Silver and the Fairy Ball on Amazon

I was sent two books to review aimed at 5 years plus. The Fairy Bell Sisters -Silver and the Fairy Ball and The Fairy Bell Sisters - Rosie and the Secret Friend. The Fairy Bell Sisters are the little sisters of the famous Tinker Bell whom all little girls know and love from the stories of Peter Pan. They live on Sheepskerry Island and are Clara Bell, Lily Bell, Rosie Bell, Silver Bell and Squeak.

In Silver and the Fairy Ball, little sister Silver is too young to go to the Fairy Ball and her secret plans end up in a terrible mess.

In Rosie and the Secret Friend, Rosie makes friends with a little human girl which is against fairy rules.

The books are easy to read and have cute line drawings to illustrate the stories.
Star, aged 7 years, read both books in one evening and said they were very good.
I had to read the books along with Boo, aged 5. She's not yet a confident reader but was able to take turns with me in reading. She loved the stories too.

I believe any little girl who loves fairies will love these books.

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I was sent two books for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own (and my daughter's)

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Wednesday, 17 July 2013

What's That in Our Garden? Center Parcs Monthly Challenge

This months Center Parcs Challenge is about going on a nature hunt. Make your list and go spotting birds, flowers and mini beasts. By taking part you could be in with a chance of winning a Center Parcs Break for your family.

We went to Center Parcs Whinfell Forest last month and had a fantastic time, you can read all about it here, and my review here. My highlight of the week was having breakfast with a red squirrel on my patio on the last morning.

Today it was another scorcher and to be honest I didn't feel like going out anywhere. We went out in the sun last weekend and although we had a lovely time the heat took it's toll and made us moody, in particular, Star who doesn't like be too hot.

So we decided to do this challenge in our own back garden. It probably would have been better to do it last week as it looked more like a jungle, but Daddy has been hard at work and chopped everything down. So we had very little foliage to rummage through.

We didn't make a list, we just went hunting and made our list up as we went along.
Here is our list of what we found:

  • Spiders: 6, many were really quick at running away so we only got photos of 3 of them.
  • Slugs: 1, it was really hot and the slugs were hiding well
  • Snails: loads, hiding under leaves, bricks and even our bin bag.
  • Lice: lots, hiding under stones and bricks
  • Bees: 2, very quick ones that wouldn't stay still long enough to have their photo taken.
  • Hornet: 1
  • Plume Moth: 1, hiding in our wendy house.
spider web and spider

Hornet, Plume Moth and Lice

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Out of the Mouths of Babes- With Cycle Tots

My kids, just like any others, come out with the funniest things. Boo is usually the best as she tends to hear things differently and gets her words mixed up. The Little Man is only just starting to talk properly but he still makes me laugh. He's at that stage where it's probably only mummy that understands what he's saying.

I was looking back at some forums I'd posted on and found some gems that I'd written and forgotten about, so I will share them now.

First up, one from Star when she was just 5 yrs old.

 Star recognises David Cameron on the tv so I asked her who he was
 'he's the Prime Minister'
 So I asked what he does and she replied
 'he tells Santa when you've been naughty.

A classic from Boo when she was only 2 years.

Mummy my feet hurt, will you take me to the dentist.
 One from Boo at 2, which shows how she hears things differently:

After watching the film Barbie and the Three muskateers Boo runs around weilding her 'sword' telling everyone she is a biscuit ear.
 This one is more something that Star did than said, but still funny. Here she was 4yrs old

Star lifted up my top while I was pregnant and sticks her toy camera on my tum. I ask her what she's doing and she replies 'taking a photo of the baby'
Here is another classic from Boo, this was last Christmas time.

Boo comes home from school with a letter and it's obvious they've been through the contents with the teacher. She tells me they are going on a trip and they need trainers because it might be slippy, a coat in case it rains, a packed lunch and a jam sandwich. I ask why they need a jam sandwich and she says she doesn't know. I say to her you don't even like jam sandwiches and she starts crying, we have to take a jam sandwich the teacher said so.  
I read the letter and it says they need to take trainers, coat, packed lunch...but no money because it will be a jam packed day and they won't have time to visit the shop!

Boo again, singing that well known song by Rihanna.

We found love in a homeless place

A conversation on the way home from school with Boo (again)

"Mummy, can we go out somewhere nice tomorrow? 
Me " yes, where would you like to go?"
Boo "Africa" 
Boo, talking about her new class at school last September

 "there is a Lucy and a Ruby and we've got two Carlys, one called Carly and one called Grace" 

I'm entering this post into the Comedy Cycle Tots Competition and would like to nominate two other bloggers to join in:

Linking up with Actually Mummy

Wot So Funee?

Monday, 15 July 2013

Review- Ageless Derma Eye Cream

Now, you may or may not know this, but I'm an older mum. My younger three were all born in my 40's and while most don't turn a hair at this some people are a little surprised. Take the phone call I've just had, after asking my age she asked the ages of my children. Then she asked for my age again as she thought she'd heard wrong! Luckily, only once have I been asked if I was one of the kid's mum or grandma. I wasn't offended, I am old enough to be her grandma and my eldest daughter is old enough to be her mum, no point in getting offended.

However, I do still feel young inside and I don't want my kids thinking their mum is an oldie just yet, so I like to keep myself looking younger on the outside. Thankfully, I've been blessed with fairly nice skin, not too many wrinkles just yet or age spots. Of course the first place to go is around the eyes so I was happy to review the Ageless Derma Eye Cream  with Retinol and Vitamin K.

Unfortunately, I have always had deep set eyes with dark circles, it's hereditary, my mum had it and so has eldest daughter. Nothing I have ever tried has helped. When I was younger I'd cover up the dark circles with concealer but they were still there underneath. So when I saw that the Ageless Derma Eye Cream was specifically for dark circles I didn't really expect much result.

The package arrived and I tried it out that very evening. The following morning I could already see a difference. My eyes looked brighter and I didn't have my usual luggage (bags) I have been using the cream regularly now for two week and I am really pleased with the way it has improved the look of my eyes, almost completely eradicating the dark circles.

The cream also claims to tackle wrinkles and crows feet. Sadly, I've only seen a little improvement in these areas but I have only been using the cream for two weeks, maybe they need a little more time. I'm not disappointed, I'd be happy to purchase the cream purely for my dark circles, if it does eventually improve my wrinkles then it will be a bonus.

The cream comes packaged in a stylish black box and the container is black and silver. The cream comes out in a pump action but you really only need a very tiny amount. One blob on the end of your fingertip is enough to do both eyes without leaving any sensation. I apply a little more at night which looks and feels a little greasier, but I love the way it makes my eyes look and feel in the morning. I used the product every other day for the first week and then every day for the second, and will continue using every day morning and night. Although I do believe that I will get the same results just by using at night.

The Science Bit: Ageless Derma Eye cream comes in a 15 ml bottle and contains Retinol, the purest form of Vitamin A, with Vitamins C, E and K to soften the appearance of dark circles, smooth fine lines and wrinkles and improve skin texture around the delicate eye area. 

Disclosure: I was sent a bottle of Ageless Derma Eye cream for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own as are my eyes which I tested the product on ;)

Wednesday, 10 July 2013


We went to a local carnival on Saturday and boy was it a hot day!
I remember the carnivals of the past when there would be decorated floats heading down the high street along with marching bands and majorettes. My cousin's twin daughters were majorettes and as a family we would go to all the carnivals they appeared in to support them. There was always a real community spirit around then but sadly things are different now. I'm not sure when the changes began but I do remember the last time this particular carnival had floats and bands and it wasn't all that long ago. We were a little late and had just parked the car on a roof top car park, not having time to get down to the street we watched the floats from the roof. Star was about two years old and Boo just a little baby. So I guess that would be about five years ago.

Now, our carnivals consist of lots of stalls promoting charities with games like Tombola and Hook a Duck, bouncy castles, carousel rides and a grass stage for performances from dancers, singers, fire eaters and such all day long. The procession may be gone but there is still lots of entertainment and fun to be had.

bouncy castle

We made a bee line for the first bouncy castle where I was robbed £2 per child. The Little Man refused to go on, he wouldn't even try. Star and Boo had lots of fun though.

tea cups

Next up was a ride on the tea cups. Little Man was happy to take part although he looks a little wary in this photo, you can see from the video that he loved the ride.

We then had a go at Hook A Duck, it was dead simple but the kids loved it, and it was a prize every time. You chose your prize from a box corresponding to the duck you picked up, Star chose from a box of cuddly toys which was just what she would have wanted, Boo got a bubble set which she was thrilled with and Little Man got to choose from a box of cars. Yay, smiles all around.

hook a duck

We then had a drink before watching some of the acts 'centre stage' Boo particular loved the dancers. She goes to dancing class herself, it would be lovely if she had the opportunity to take part in something like this in the future.

carnival dancers

Time to chill out under a tree

There were also some lovely birds to see and the trainer gave a little show to explain how the birds hunt and survive. The kids were fascinated by them.

Finally, the girls persuaded me to let them go on the big bouncy slide. I'd been trying to put it off because I know that Star has difficulty climbing these things, her poor co-ordination and weak core muscles mean she has real trouble getting to the top, then you have a dozen other kids clambering up pushing past her or climbing over her. I find it painful to watch, but she still insists on going on. This one proposed even more problems. Instead of the usual 'bumps' to assist the climb there was a tape frame. Basically the frame was useless apart from making it less slippy, but Star saw it as the only way to climb and tried her best to use the frame as a ladder. The other kids where just running past as she tried to climb this way, even Boo had been up and down three times before Star climbed to the top for the first time. I was crumbling inside watching her struggle with her weakness and over logic. However, she caught on quickly after her first climb and instead she walked up holding on to the side, ignoring the frame just like the other kids. She was still the slowest but she made it in half the time of her first attempt. I was so proud of her, what an achievement.

Ethans Escapades
Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

A little Note About Positive Reviews on Raisie Bay

Some people only write reviews when things go wrong with products, which is good because it lets people know that there could be potential problems. I've also seen negative feedback with say things like, I had to return this item because the colour did not suit this useful?

I write reviews on most items I buy because I like to give genuine feedback. If I have a genuine problem with a product I will write my review in the appropriate place.

I write reviews on my blog too, but they are mostly positive. Why? Because I only write reviews for the things I've loved. If I don't love them I let the person who sent me them know with details why and then let them decided if they would rather me write a negative review or not write one at all. It's always the latter.

This is my blog, my place and I'll let you know about the things I love. If you want to find out what other people have hated about the product then you will need to look elsewhere.

My reviews may all be positive, but they are still genuine.
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