Gifts for travel-loving families

What do you buy for the family that loves to explore the world? It’s not always easy to choose gifts for people who try to…

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Leapfrog LeapTV: a review

We’re recent converts to the Leapfrog range of educational games and toys. A couple of weeks ago, we road-tested the LeapPad Platinum, which will be…

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LeapPad Platinum by Leapfrog

On long journeys, we try to keep the children occupied by reading, listening to music, and playing games like I-Spy. There’s only so long that…

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Imaginary Fred by Eoin Colfer and Oliver Jeffers

“Just because a friend is imaginary, doesn’t mean they’re not real” I was sent a copy of Imaginary Fred, a quirky, whimsical story by a…

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Rocking the look: Sevylor deluxe puddle jumpers

This summer we were invited to try out Sevylor deluxe puddle jumpers: water aids for children who can’t swim, or who need an extra bit…

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How to have a safe road trip

This summer, we hopped into our car, crossed the Channel and went on a road trip of over 1,900 km through France. A road trip…

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What to wear for an Autumn trip to Paris

Anyone been on an Autumn trip to Paris? I’m feeling very lucky: hot on the heels of three weeks away in France, I’m about to…

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What to pack for a family break at a holiday …

We’re becoming old hands at staying in holiday parks with kids. Last year we stayed in three. Over the spring half term break we  spent…

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The dos and don’ts of train travel with children

We recently travelled to Edinburgh from London, by train. For our weekend trip, train travel was a much better option than driving in the car.…

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