Collaborative Post¦ This year, Sudocrem are celebrating their 90th birthday with their Cycle More campaign. Although their brand has become synonymous with treating nappy rash effectively, they have become increasingly well known for helping all other kinds of skin issues. I always have Sudocrem with me ready to apply in any situation. I can’t count the number of times I’ve applied it to little grazed knees, including when Autumn has fallen off of her bike. I’m teaming up with Sudocrem for a giveaway of 6 panda cycling kits, which include a special little pot of Sudocrem for such occasions.
Sponsored Post – Charity Campaign¦ With 100,000 babies being born prematurely each year in the UK, help is needed. The NHS are wonderful. However, they’re just not kitted out enough with the specialist equipment needed for such tiny babies. In a business first for Sudocrem, they have teamed up with Ickle Pickles, who raise money to buy vital equipment for sick and premature babies. Carry on reading to find out more and be in with a chance to win a prize.
Collaborative Post¦ I’m delighted to be working with Sudocrem again this spring, this time on their new Back to the Garden campaign! I love spending time in the garden with Autumn (aged 3) – more so than ever during the UK lockdown! However, you don’t have to have an outdoor space to enjoy some gardening with children. Let’s take a look about what Back to the Garden is all about. (Psst, there’s also a giveaway!)
Review¦ I was recently sent a copy of ” So you want to build a human?” by Tom Jackson and Jan Bielecki. I’m genuinely impressed by this book and looking forward to writing this review. I think it’s perfect for children in late primary school and the first 3 or 4 years of secondary school to accompany their learning. I have 4 copies to giveaway – just enter using the widget in this blog post!
Review¦ Little Book of Dior by Karen Homer is a must-have for anyone with an interest in fashion. It takes you on a journey from Christian Dior’s childhood all the way through to the fashion house today. Beautifully illustrated with photographs from the very beginning of Dior’s story, it would be just as at home on a coffee table as on a bookshelf. I have 3 copies to giveaway – just enter using the widget in this blog post!