31 August 2015

Finn's 5 Summer Favourites on Netflix!

Finnster is starting to grow out of all the baby/toddler programs on TV and he ask more and more to watch something cool on his very own Netflix Account.

So i thought i tell you all about Finns Summer Favourites on Netflix:

Transformers: Rescue Bots

I am not a huge fan of the Transformers Series on the Telly because i think its not suitable yet for a 5year old but Finn really got into it and finds it fascinating that a car can change into a robot. So when i came across the Netflix Transformers i was glad to see that it was more for the younger fans of the Transformer Series.

Transformers: Rescue Bots is a animated television series which mainly focuses on education children reading hazard and safety. The Transformer consisting of a group of Autobot's and are called Chase, Heatwave, Blades and Boulder.

Despicable Me 2

I am guessing Finn is not the only child on the planet who is Minion Mad (which you might have noticed on the choice of T-Shirt he is wearing!) and he already went to see the Minions Movie in the Cinema with Daddy but he loves the Despicable Me 2 Movie and laughs alot when watching it!
  1. Just in case you haven't seen it before here is the plot:
    Now that Gru has forsaken a life of crime to raise Margo, Agnes and Edith, he's trying to figure out how to provide for his new family. As he struggles with his responsibilities as a father, the Anti-Villain League -- an organisation dedicated to fighting evil -- comes calling. The AVL sends Gru on a mission to capture the perpetrator of a spectacular heist, for who would be better than the world's greatest ex-villain to capture the individual who seeks to usurp his power.
Dinosaur Train

Considering 3 month ago Finn was scared off all things dinosaurs i am fascinated how quickly this fantastic Series about Buddy and his Friends has changed his mind and he slowly but surly is becoming obsessed with all dinosaur facts and can sing the theme tune off his heart (all day long).
  1. The world of Dinosaur Train is seen through the eyes of Buddy the Tyrannosaurus. In the show's main title song, we learn that Buddy was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Pteranodon. He hatched at the same time as his pteranodon siblings Tiny, Shiny, and Don.

This is a brand new DINO-tastic series which only started last week exclusively to Netflix. 

Half dinosaur! Half truck! All awesome! 
The all-new series follows the larger-than-life adventures of Ty Trux, a massive Tyrannosaurus Trux, and his tiny friend Revvit, a razor-smart Reptool.  Together, the Dinotrux and Reptools unite to defend their new community against D-Structs, the biggest and baddest Dinotrux of them all, who threatens to destroy everything they’ve built.

Finn likes it because its right between Dinosaur Train and Transformers what more can you want!

And last but my no means least is a joint favourite of Finnster and his little sister Molly-May!

Curious George

Molly-May and Finn cant get enough of George and the Man with the yellow Hat and there day to day adventures in the big city!

  1. Curious George is all about a curious brown monkey named George, who is brought from his home in Africa by "The Man with The Yellow Hat" to live with him in a big city.
Disclaimer: As part of being in the Netflix Stream Team I have been send some DinoTrux Goddies to celebrate the start of the new Netflix Series but i have not been asked to write this post and all thoughts and opinions are mine and Finn's.

14 August 2015

Saying Goodbye to my Glasses!

So today I am off to Reading to finally have my eye laser treatment.
I always said if i ever have the money spare or some money is coming my way the first thing i would do is getting my eyes lasered. I have been wearing glasses since i was 12 years old and started wearing contact lenses from 15 onwards. 
IF everything goes to plan i have to rest for 3-5 Days and then my vision is normal again (within time I think the healing process is a month or longer)
I am rather nervous about the whole procedure but i know its worth it and i know of so many friends recommending it and saying it was the best thing they have done.

So once again I will be out of action and won't be posting for a while. It's funny really because I have so many post planned but somehow life is still hectic even without wedding planning thrown in! 
We moved garages last weekend we use to rent a garage from a flat neighbour at out old place and decided to keep that until after the wedding but our deadline To be out was this weekend so with my surgery plans we did it a week earlier.
Although we have everything in the new garage there is still plenty for me to sort out! Work never stops!

So hopefully if everything goes well I will be back on track with blogging and telling you all about my big day in a weeks time!

10 August 2015

Speed up Your Mornings with the M&S School Uniform Range

I can't believe that my little Boy is heading for his second year at school in September another Month of Summer Fun than its back to the early mornings rushing around getting him all smartly dressed up ready for a long day of learning new things and playing with his friends.
I have to be honest i am not a big fan of ironing clothes let alone shirts but needs must and i do want my son to look nice heading to school. But this might be a thing of the past for me!
Marks & Spencer's School Uniform Range features a number of handy innovations 
which are there to make getting ready for school easier for us parents.

When M&S got in touch to ask if we would like to try out some of their school uniform range it was a no brainer for me we are big M&S Fans and Finn actually worn their cargo shorts and trousers last term so i was looking forward to receive some more items from their range to try out!

Just to give you an idea some of the clever innovations here there are:
Expandicuff – elasticated cuffs that mean that you don’t have to deal with fiddly buttons.
Adjust-A-Hem – hems with an extra 3 inches of material that can be let down as your child grows. Just iron in place, not needle and thread needed!
Stainaway – shirts with a clever finish that means that means that stains wash away more easily
Permanent Pleats – pleats that stay, even after washing – no need to iron them in!
Non-Iron – just wash and tumble dry for crease free shirts!

I of course couldn't wait to put Finn into his new School Uniform Gear and take some shots
for you all to check out:

1. Picture: Finn is wearing the non iron short sleeved shirt with the grey crease-resistant 
super crease flat front slim leg trousers.
2. Picture (top right) he's wearing the schools own polo shirt and the grey crease resistant & 
stain resistant cargo shorts & some ultimate comfort socks with it.
3. Picture (bottom right) He is wearing a unisex pure cotton t-shirt with the school's PE trousers.

I am looking forward to putting all the Items from the Marks & Spencer Uniform Range to the test with my very active Son for the next Year in his School!

I love the quality of it and my favourite features by far (as seen on the pictures right on top) is the velcro closing of the shirts as well as the trousers having the adjustable waist and they come without a button to close which makes it easier for Finn to get dressed
and undressed in the morning and after school.
So bar the labelling them with his Name Tags we are now all set for the start of the new
term in a month time!

So here is to enjoying the rest of our brilliant Summer thanks to M&S!

Disclaimer: I have been send some Marks&Spencer School Uniform for Finn for reviewing purposes, but all thoughts and opinions are mine.


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