Review: Barbie Malibu House

By twiceamummydoublethefun

Barbie Malibu House


Where do I start with this fantastic two-storey high Barbie’s Malibu House filled with amazing features and accessories. This house has bought hours of fun, imaginative and stimulating play for both the girls.

Barbie Malibu house comes straight from Barbies online series, Barbie Life in the Dreamhouse. It is set over two-storey’s, so plenty of room for Barbie to come to life, relax and entertain, a place stories come to life. (more…)

One Direction 3D Puzzle – Review

By twiceamummydoublethefun

One Direction 3D Puzzle 

one puzzle

If you are a regular reader you will already know that Isabelle is a huge fan of one direction. Her face beamed when we were sent this fantastic one direction puzzle ball from Ravensburger to review. Isabelle loves the concept of these puzzle balls and couldn’t wait to start piecing the jigsaw together.


Happy 18th Birthday Kenzie!

By twiceamummydoublethefun


The girls and I would like to say a massive happy 18th birthday to my sister and the girls auntie who they adore.

I can’t believe how quickly these 18 years have gone.

You have been a wonderful sister and amazing auntie to Isabelle and Scarlett. We love you so much!

We had such a lovely time yesterday celebrating this special occasion with family and friends.

I thought I would share some photos of our fantastic evening.



Domino’s Pizza Party

By twiceamummydoublethefun

South American Inspired Range from Domino’s


Last weekend some of our close family popped round to join us for the evening for a south american inspired party.


Breaking the Silence – Sensitive Bladder

By twiceamummydoublethefun

Behind Closed Doors

Always Discreet have recently carried out a survey that revealed 1 in 3 women in the UK over the age of 18 suffer from sensitive bladder. That is an estimated 12 million women in the UK. This condition is one of the biggest taboos still remaining in female wellbeing and health and it has a huge impact on women’s lives.

Women with this condition tend to suffer in silence, over half suffer with depression, feel bad about themselves and feel embarrassed. It is worrying many women don’t like to talk about it, not even with close family, friends, partner or GP.

Women don’t need to suffer in silence. Bladder sensitivity is more common than many realise, it is definitely something we should be talking about more. Speak to a friend or family member, you never know who may be suffering around you or speak to your GP. Your not alone.

Below you will find some of the results from the survey recently carried out by Always Discreet.


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