This a personal blog, written and edited by me, Jenny Smith. I take the majority of the photos and ask that you do not use them, or content, for your own use without crediting me.
We are very happy to review products and experiences that are relevant to us and will always give an honest review even if there is an aspect of the product I don’t like.
The Sealion Keeper is 8, very tall and loves animals, craft, nature, the Olympics, getting out there (and mucky!), taking photos and wearing pink. She’s a bit of an adrenaline junky and is happy to give pretty much anything a go.
The Cheetah Keeper is 6, very tall and love animals. He’s a boy with an amazing imagination, loves nature and animals and getting mucky. He loves iPad apps, especially ones that involve maths, reading, strategy and problem solving.
He has some issues with mobility and we are really keen to visit places that have relatively easy access and are welcoming for children who are wary of new experiences and places – even though they really enjoy them when they get there. We are also very happy to review products from the perspective of a family with additional needs and those that are developed to help fine and gross motor skills.
Their mother, Jenny loves photography, baking, gadgets, craft and taking the children out to new places for the day – she is really keen on allowing children to be children and having lots of fun!
Reviews will include appropriate links alongside a full review of the product with a photographs that either I have taken, or that have been supplied. It will be clear in the text that it is a review post and what has been supplied to me/us for review purposes.
We love to attend events as a family and are happy to photograph and write about them. Please invite us (the imaginary menagerie will often come too!) I will not take my children out of school for an event.
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