Earlier this year we came to the realisation that Alyssa has “outgrown” her bookshelf collection.
All the books we’ve collected over the last 5 years (and some from when I was a child) we’ve read over and over and Alyssa was not as excited about each and every book anymore while Aidan can still enjoy these storylines for some time.
This is exactly why I was so excited that we were offered the opportunity to review a proudly South African top-selling collection of books written by Candice Noakes-Dobson.
The collection titled A Little Horse Called Pancakes is a series of stories Candice has written about her young daughter, AnnaB and her special bond with her miniature horse, Pancakes.
If you didn’t before – once you become a parent, you will most likely come across the Elf on the Shelf concept! Moms around the world either love it… or hate it and there’s not really any in between it seems.
Well, you’re probably one of the parents who has warmed up to the idea… else you wouldn’t be reading this.. right?
If you’re still considering an Elf on the Shelf for your family, let me tell you why I think it’s great and why we are welcoming the little guy into our home:
With the petrol price on the increase and food costs at an all-time high, a loyalty card can be a great tool to help parents with their monthly spending, but you need to know how best to use it.
“A loyalty programme like Clicks BabyClub can help ease the financial pressure, especially when stocking up on toiletries and baby essentials,” says Clicks ClubCard Executive Heloise Janse van Rensburg. She says that it’s important to shop around and make sure you are getting the best deal in terms of loyalty programme benefits.
Last month I attended the Clicks Babyclub event and I learnt just how Clicks Babyclub can assist new Moms to save a few pennies!