Win a Vtech KidiGo – Ends 12th February

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    How do you fancy getting your hands on the latest gadget from Vtech?
    Want to know what it does? Read on…

    Boring journeys are now a thing of the past – with the VTech KidiGo you can watch movies and listen to music on the move. KidiGo is a small and portable multimedia player with a 4.3 inch colour LCD screen, 2 GB of internal storage, a micro SD card slot to expand the memory, headphones, and a USB cable for PC or Mac connection. You can also play five great built-in games, watch a slideshow of your photos, and connect to the VTech Learning Lodge to access an expanding library of great music and entertaining TV programmes to watch.

    To win one in either blue or pink, just follow the easy Rafflecopter form below.
    Don’t forget to come back daily to accumulate more entries into this draw.

    a Rafflecopter giveaway


    (1) Entrants must be 18 or over and reside in the UK.
    (2) All entries will be checked. Any found not to have followed the rules will be disqualified.



    preparation is everything!!! espwhen it comes to cooking, even as they get older, bulk cooking, buying & freezing will save time & money and give you extra time with your little ones



    My son would LOVE this xxx My best tip is, plan plan plan, I meal plan each week so I only buy the food I need, which means very little waste! I also pop stews and soups in the slow cooker whilst I’m at work so it’s ready when we all get home x

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    always freeze leftovers as they can be used for other meals



    Waiting for a new arrival, everybody wants to buy you gifts, be pratical ask for things like nappies and formula, people always want to buy outfits but they grow so fast they rarely get to wear them all



    I had a baby a few weeks ago and I could not have managed if I hadn’t spent the last few months making soups and evening meals and freezing them so now when i’m surviving on 3 hours of sleep a night and trying to get to bed for 8pm all I have to do is thaw a meal and my family can still eat well with minimal time and effort!



    Before your new arrival arrives, make sure your freezer is stocked up with ready prepared meals that just need defrosted and heated so you don’t have to worry about food shopping or cooking!



    I would & still do meal plan everything & always make an extra portion to freeze for those lazy days



    Save as much as you can before you go on maternity leave. Buy wipes in bulk when they’re on special offer.



    You save a tonne of money, time, (and stress) by making a weekly meal plan and getting all your shopping done around that, make use of left overs and make use of what’s on offer to cut costs further! I feel so much more organised when I know exactly what is for dinner each day and there is no rushing about or last minute decisions.



    use up sad looking veggies and cheap cuts of meat make a fab stew in the slow cooker



    always plan meals ahead when expecting visitors or it could turn out a disaster as I,ve discovered plenty times before



    pack your hospital bag early and not at the last minute as you never know if you will go into labour early.



    Always go out with a shopping list. Not only will you save money on impulse buys but it also focus’ your mind on the meals you are preparing through the week, thus saving you time aswell.



    routine is the way to go, whatever the age routine gives structure and most people actually like routine, even though they don’t usually admit to it!

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