When an email popped into my inbox asking me if I wanted to review for Bags of Love I immediately headed to their site to check out the options. Bags of Love offer hundreds of different personalised products. Most of them are personalised using photographs and you can literally get your photo put onto anything. There are some absolutely lovely gift ideas on the Bags of Love website from key rings to designer bedding there really is something to treat everybody. After my initial browse I was stumped. There was A LOT of choice. When I came across their bolster cushions I knew exactly what I wanted. I waited until we had Dot’s gender scan and then sent off my order details.
I love the Next Home department. I always go and have a browse when I’m in town even if I don’t check out the women’s and children’s clothes. Every season there are lots of bits and pieces that I want to add to our house so I was absolutely delighted when Next asked me if I wanted to review for them.
Because we are in the process of making the boys shared bedroom nice I opted to choose items from their children’s bedroom range. The boys already had a mini theme going on in the form of Fire Engines but it was only the duvet covers and toy box that matched. When I saw Next’s Fire Engine furniture and Emergency vehicle range I knew that we could get some pieces to completely finish off the boy’s room.
Britax are renowned for making top notch car seats and I have seen with my own eyes the thorough testing that they go through at their headquarters in Andover. Over the past few years they are gradually broken into the pushchair market properly launching prams that rival competitors in style and price.
Their newest offering comes in the form of the Britax Affinity. With a choice of three chassis options and six colour packs the Britax Affinity can be personalised to suit any parent and there is no longer the issue that some fashion conscious parents have with there being too many of the same pushchair around. The colour pack system also allows parents to change the look of their pushchair if the love of a certain colour wears off or if they choose a gender specific colour and their second baby requires the opposite.