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The Final – The post match analysis!

I have now watched it twice I loved it. When GBBO started this year I felt like I was ready to enter the competition, which is really funny because I never gamble, apart from The Grand National once a year. During the program I have been shouting, roaring and laughing my head off. I have been impressed and entertained. […]

Read More » | October 20, 2014 | Category: Blog, GBBO | Comments: none | Tags: , , ,

Bethan Williams advises on Children's motor skills development

Motor Skills Development – A Guest Post from Bethan Williams

At The Tony Tots we were lucky to have a visit from Bethan from the Family Chiropractic Centre in May. I found Bethan’s visit really useful. After she discussed how children can be affected from minor falls, it led me to find out that Pheonix had hurt his spine in what appeared to be only […]

Read More » | September 6, 2014 | Category: Blog, Guest blogs, Motor Skills | Comments: none | Tags:

What on earth is a 3D biscuit?

Once again it was Wednesday and therefore #GBBO… Now you might say that I am taking this a bit too far and I say excuse me! I told you this is my world cup I was visiting a friend in London and we were gossiping over a glass or two when I casually mentioned “oh do you watch […]

Read More » | August 15, 2014 | Category: Blog, GBBO | Comments: 2

Go Go Gadget in the GBBO

Tv is amazing…… 2 days baking, 3 different cakes ,12 different people in the first show and all that is cut down to 60 minutes….. That is what I call compressed Zip file I can only imagine – well actually I can not but I pretend that I can – how the editing of that […]

Read More » | August 7, 2014 | Category: Blog | Comments: none | Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

The Great British Bake Off 2014

Tomorrow sees the return of the Great British bake off.. and of course The Tiny Tots are getting involved! Here Jeanette describes her excitement about the new series, and the events she has planned..  Ohhhh I am so excited, great british bake is my world cup! I will be heading to the bookies, betting on the winner and […]


The Ida Ising Changing bag – described by the designer

At the Tiny Tots we are delighted to stock Isa Ising changing bags – a very well deserved winner of the 2014 Baby and Me style awards. Here, Ida Ising herself describes what makes the bags so special. These bags are available to order in our shop. Please contact us if you have any questions. “Well-known Scandinavian […]

Read More » | August 4, 2014 | Category: Blog, Travel with Children | Comments: none | Tags: , , , ,

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Wine Tasting at The Tiny Tots – Wednesday June 18th 2014

A Wine tasting session at a play group? Really? Well firstly The Tiny Tots Wednesday group is a mothers group where mothers have time to relax and chat whilst their small ones play. There are no big cars or push toys. We encourage the children to play with motor skills enhancing toys and explore their bodies […]

Read More » | June 17, 2014 | Category: Blog, Clases, Events | Comments: 2 | Tags: , , , ,

Little ones love the outdoors and being close to their parents so camping is brilliant!

Camping with a one year old!

A few years ago, before I became pregnant, we bought a tent big enough for a family.  It is really big; two huge bedrooms (one for us, one for the kids, not the actual sleeping arrangements we ended up with!) and a living space you can stand up in (which even as a childless person […]

Read More » | June 9, 2014 | Category: Blog, Travel with Children | Comments: 1 | Tags: , , , , , ,


Travelling with children

I really believe I have tried it all as a woman and a mother. Bike, boat, car, train, plane. I have not yet been on a balloon ride but I would say I am a very well and established traveller with one or more children – my own, friends’ and my sister’s. I have laughed, cried, used […]

Read More » | June 4, 2014 | Category: Blog | Comments: 1 | Tags: , , , , , , ,


The way children learn is a constant debate amongst parents and professionals. A lot of it is based on different research approaches. The difference in the outcome of this research is based on the cultural assumption of what learning is and what is the best ways of learning. In Scandinavia the belief is that outdoor play and longer […]

Read More » | May 26, 2014 | Category: Blog | Comments: none | Tags: , , , , ,

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