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The Parent Club

Loyalty cards, tips and tricks Here are a few things I found helpful, easy ways to save money, advice on pregancy, early stages of parent hood, etc... Boots:  For the regular boots loyalty card; collect 4 points for every £1 spent. In the parents club it's 10 points for every £1 spent, crafty ey!? Not only that but you also receive in the post 20% off certain lines, £5 off when you spend £20, free ellas kitchen cook book for toddlers recipes, etc... it really is worth having. I managed to save up £35 worth of points to spend online or in store. Tips; head into your local boots ask one of the shop assistants for the zookeepers children's book... its free!  Morrisons:  match and more card for every 5,000 points collected you recieve a £5 voucher. Head to your local Morrison's for more info They will happily explain the stages of how it works.  Emma's diary; Weekly pregancy updates, baby month by month, free baby and mum gifts packs (speak to your mid

Champagne Sundays press launch

Experience the south coast's most spectacular view! Last night I was lucky enough to head to the Spinnaker Tower for the first time ever to celebrate the Champagne Sundays official press launch In Portsmouth with the @sotonbloggers.  upon arrial We were greeted by friendly staff memebers who escorted us to the lift as we made our way to deck 1, which is 100 metres above sea level! We were given a glass of Champagne De  Castelnau and breathtaking views of Portsmouth,  Southsea and Gosport. The Great British weather was wonderful...rain. Yes we all expected that perfect sun set scene but, to be honest, I found It quite relaxing and calm. It was a lovely chilled atmosphere with live acoustic music played by Nathan Turner and everyone encouraging us all to walk the glass floor that looks directly down to the sea! I must admit, I was a bit shaky but a great experience none the less. Tickets are £16 per person and include a glass of Champag

Jane Eyre at The Mayflower theatre

A night at the theatre with @sotonbloggers  I've always been a theatre lover and I've seen many shows at the Mayflower theatre over the years, so when I was invited to see Sally cooksons new adaptation of Charlotte bronte's novel Jayne eyre last night, I had to be there. We were given Great seats where we sat comfortably waiting for the show to begin. I honestly had no idea what to expect on this "new take" of the novel, it was also a great time to announce the tour as 2017 is the 170th anniversary of when Jane eyre was first published. the highly acclaimed co-production between the national theatre and the Bristol old vic.  Jayne Eyre, played by the amazingly talented Nadia Cliford, shows her beginnings as a destitute orphan overcomes life's obstacles from surviving poverty, injustice, betrayal and the ultimate decisions on following her heart. While others may of found the thought of Jayne Eyre on stage might not of been their cup of