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Our Reviews

Real mums review real products

Here at KMB we have a wonderful selection of mums who try products, services or events and review them for you so that you can get a ‘real’ mum’s perspective on your next purchase.  

If you have a product you would like one of our gorgeous mums to review OR you’re a blogger who’d like to write reviews, then simply email us on contact@kiwimummyblogs.co.nz for more info.

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Help! The Wolf is Coming

Help! The Wolf is Coming: Oh no! The wolf is coming! He’s a little scary, maybe he wants to eat us! But here’s an idea if we hold the book on a slant, maybe the wolf will slip and fall? And if he holds onto a branch, maybe we can shake the book so he drops off? Or maybe it’s enough to turn the page to make him disappear…

Reviewed by Lydia from Always Made with Love

Click here to check out Lydia’s thoughts on Help the Wolf is Coming

Reviewed by Tall, Short, Tiny and Pickle.

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Ducks to Water

Ducks to Water

 Ducks to Water, reviewed by Lydia from Always Made with Love

“Recently some special mail arrived from the lovely Kiwi Mummy Blogs team. A fabulous new childrens book –  ‘Ducks to Water’ by New Zealand author Brett Avison…  The duck pond is dry and Bryan wants to know why. It turns out the drain to the pond is blocked, but what can help shift it? It’s time to get the big crane out for some heavy lifting. Meanwhile Oscar finds himself is a very strange predicament…”

Click here to check out Lydia’s thoughts on Ducks to Water

Peppa Goes on Holiday

Peppa Goes on Holiday

Peppa Goes on Holiday, reviewed by Lydia from Always Made with Love

“Hands up how many parents out there know the Peppa Pig theme song? Yip, that’s me (I’m waving madly). Sebastian has recently joined the multitudes of children world wide who are fans of ‘Peppa Pig’ and at present loves anything Peppa Pig related from the T.V show, to books, to toys…”

Click here to check out Lydia’s thoughts on these Peppa Goes on Holiday

Watties

Heinz Little Kids on the go food

Together the Watties Little Kids range, specialising in ‘ready-to-go’ meals, and the Heinz Little Kids range, specialising in ‘on-the-go’ snacks, provide something for everyone. Here are what some of our mums thought about the box of goodies they recently received from Watties.

Our Kiwi Mummy Blogs reviewers are:

Phillipa at Have Kids They Said 

Click here to check out Phillipa’s thoughts on Watties Heinz Little Kids Range

Claire at Girl on a Mission 

Natasha at Sweet Mama M 

Click here to check out Natasha’s thoughts on Watties Heinz Little Kids Range

Claire at Girl on a Mission 

Click here to check out Claire’s thoughts on Watties Heinz Little Kids Range

Kelly at My Lucky Stars 

Click here to check out Kelly’s thoughts on Watties Heinz Little Kids Range

Lydia at Always Made with Love

Click here to check out Lydia’s thoughts on these Watties Heinz Little Kids Range

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This could be the holiday activity that you have been looking for to entertain your little ones: Doodle with Peppa, by Ladybird, recommended for ages 3-6 years.

Maria Foy at Happy Mumma Happy Child

Click here to check out Maria’s thoughts on these Doodle with Peppa

Buzzy Bee reviews

New Zealand author Joy Cowley has done it again with a couple of gorgeous Buzzy Bee and Friends board books (the perfect kind for little fingers). Lydia reviews Joy Cowley’s Buzzy Bee books for us.

Lydia at Always Made with Love

Click here to check out Lydia’s thoughts on Joy Cowley’s Buzzy Bee books

Bouncing Buddies

Bouncing Buddies Hoppers

Bouncing Buddies hoppers can give you hours of fun. These are a clever redesign of the much loved moon-hoppers of the 1970’s. These hoppers are cute inflatable bouncy animals for toddlers and pre-schoolers and are bound to keep them active and using their imaginations. Here are what some of our Mums thought about these products…

Kelly at My Lucky Stars 

Click here to check out Kelly’s thoughts on Bouncing Buddies Hoppers

Claire at Girl on a Mission 

Click here to check out Claire’s thoughts on Bouncing Buddies Hoppers

Read Seal

By Claire at Girl on a Mission

The great thing about these tea’s is that you can have them hot or cold, they taste super yummy either way. I think the thing that stood out to me was that they contain no nasty artificial additives or sugar, which meant that my son Keaton could sample them too, and he LOVED them. I made the iced version for him, and had it in his water bottle all weekend..

Click here to check out Claire’s thoughts on Red Seal Tea

Birthday monster

By Lydia at Always Made with Love

Birthday boy Peter is enjoying roaring, snarling, snatching and stomping his way through the day when he discovers he has turned into the Birthday Monster! He has big googly eyes, a prickly tail and a snarly snout. How is he going to turn back into the Birthday Boy before it’s too late and he becomes a monster forever?.…

Click here to check out Lydia’s thoughts on The Birthday Monster

Five days left

Book review: Five Days Left

By Lydia at Always Made with Love

Curled up on the couch with a good book is one of my favourite places to be. That said, I can’t remember the last time I actually got to sit uninterrupted and read. Usually, I am grabbing a couple of pages here and there as I always find something else I could / should be doing.…

Click here to check out Lydia’s thoughts on Five Days Left

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