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Mr Lee’s Noodles review

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Mr Lee’s Noodles review

Mr Lee’s Noodles review Lunchtime this week as been a bit different here at MumsClub HQ. We’ve been sampling noodle cups of gourmet Chinese food from Mr Lee’s Noodles. There was a mix of trepidation and excitement from our team, some are life long fans of the far from healthy pot noodles of years gone by so wondered about their taste, and after sampling other similar noodles earlier this year, the other half were excited to try new ones. We had a mix of middle aged mums, dads, a 20 year old and some pre-teen kids, everyone had different...

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Christmas Gift Guide for Teens (and pre-teens)

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Christmas Gift Guide for Teens (and pre-teens)

Christmas Gift Guide for Teens (and pre-teens) When children reach the teenage years, some of the magic and sparkle can feel a little tarnished if you have a teenager who doesn’t embrace the festive fun and wants to sleep until midday but we have a list of top gifts this year that are designed to encourage even the most sullen teenager to get excited on Christmas morning. Veet Sensitive Precision Beauty Styler Gift Pack £24.99 from Boots.com Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without the perfect “selfie” so in...

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Everdine Gourmet Food review

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Everdine Gourmet Food review

Everdine Gourmet Food review We were delighted to be sent a sample of Everdine’s new subscription service, which could possibly create the healthiest business mum in the country… me! Oh and before I go any further, we have a generous £30 discount code to pass on too (IN1MUMSCLUB). Working from home, one thing I am guilty of is being in front of the computer for most of the day, usually grazing rather than eating lunch. No surprise that I recently posted a self-pop graphic along the lines of “no wonder she’s a bit plump”. But let...

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Christmas Gift Guide for kids

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Christmas Gift Guide for kids

Christmas Gift Guide for kids Oh what to cho-cho-choose for the kids this Christmas! Keeping it original is always a challenge but we’ve found some new and fabulous items right here. And maybe, just maybe, after being woken before the birds, you’ll be allowed some extra zzzz’s before the rest of the adult world wakes up on Christmas morning. Ha!     Sticky Box Car Kit £15 from www.stickibox.com It’s long been a Christmas joke that kids love playing with boxes as much as, if not more than with the presents...

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Christmas Gift Guide for Him

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Christmas Gift Guide for Him

Christmas Gift Guide for Him Ho-Ho-Oh what to buy the men in our lives?! Aren’t they always the most difficult to buy for? We certainly think so! Fear not, we’ve found some great ideas to inspire your gift buying and reduce headaches from old favourites to products we’ve never seen before. Enjoy!   The Christmas Cupboard Jigsaw Puzzle Around £12 from various Ravensburger stockists We wondered in which of our gift guides we should include this wonderful Christmas themed puzzle, simply because it works for every member of...

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Christmas Gift Guide for Her

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Christmas Gift Guide for Her

Christmas Gift Guide for Her   Ho ho hello! It is that time of year when everyone is starting to buy Christmas Gifts (unless you are uber organised and have it all wrapped and stashed away – if so we salute you). For those of us who still need some inspiration, the MumsClub team are here to help you!   Yankee Candle Party Pavillion Advent Calendar – £29.99 The Mumsclub Team have gone a little bit crazy for this as you can smell the delicious Yankee scents through the box and after a “little” pulling at the...

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Stick Man theatre review

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Stick Man theatre review

Stick Man theatre Review at Leicester Square theatre Being a mum of four, I am a huge fan of Julia Donaldson and her fabulous books. The Gruffalo may as well have taken residence in our playroom given the books, puzzles and stationery we have! But, if I am being honest, I have always had reservations about putting these books onto the stage. They live best in children’s imaginations, in the very personal versions we as parents help create for our children with our pretend voices and actions when we read these tales. And isn’t that the whole...

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Pognae No.5 Baby Carrier Review

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Pognae No.5 Baby Carrier Review

Pognae No.5 Baby Carrier Review The Pognae No.5 baby carrier is absolutely exceptional. I’ve used many slings, wraps and carriers with my children, but this is by far the best designed and most functional baby carrier I’ve come across. The box it’s packaged in is super stylish, and the carrier itself comes in a plastic drawstring bag. My Pognae is the ‘red wine’ colour, which is a lovely light red with fine dark red stripes running through it. The internal fabric is a mixture of cream, and black and grey geometric ‘scandi’ style print....

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Orchard Toys latest Match & Spell reviewed!

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Orchard Toys latest Match & Spell reviewed!

Orchard Toys Match and Spell Review As I have said before, I believe learning through play is the best way to teach a young child a new skill.  When I learnt to read, phonics were not invented.  You just had to learn to recognise the word.  When my older two children learnt to read, phonics were like a foreign language to me.  A number of years on and now Little J is learning to read and spell, phonics flow much more easily.  I’ve been able to teach them to him from an early age – some might say too early, he’s been able to spell his eight...

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Orchard Toys latest range reviewed!

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Orchard Toys latest range reviewed!

What’s The Time, Mr Wolf? I am a firm believer in teaching young children through play, and have been particularly stumped recently on how to make telling the time fun.  I’ve tried the wooden clock, but couldn’t devise a way to make the difficult task of learning that three also means 15 minutes and quarter past stick without it being boring or using the words, “it just is!”  My worries were taken away when the opportunity came up to review Orchard Toys new game. Orchard Toys describe What’s the Time Mr Wolf as “a great board game...

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