#MFFrecommends Very Puzzled’s Giant Africa Map

#MFFrecommends Very Puzzled’s Giant Africa Map What better to do on a relaxing Sunday evening before bed than a puzzle with the kids! To be honest, completing a jigsaw isn’t normally my pre-bedtime event as puzzle time with a 5 and 7-year-old involves high levels Read More …

The best new family PS4 games #SomethingForTheWeekend – by Jim Pople

The best new family PS4 games #SomethingForTheWeekend Sonic Mania The appeal of reviewing Sonic Mania, as a 1990s-born and raised 28-year-old was immediate. You just don’t receive the instant pick up and playability that Sega’s most recognisable hedgehog can give you, in today’s games. The Read More …

Our new online shop & clothing and merchandise range ‘PAPA apparel’!

Our new online shop & clothing and merchandise range ‘PAPA apparel’ has launched! Some big news, a couple of weeks ago we launch our new online shop with our clothing and merchandise brand PAPA apparel! PAPA apparel brings you the dopest pieces for the coolest dads. Read More …

When The Rock shares your Independent article on Twitter! – By Elliott Rae

When The Rock shares your Independent article on Twitter!  You never know what can happen in this world. I truly believe that absolutely anything is possible when you speak your truth and put it out into the world. And if I had any doubts before, Read More …

Game review – ‘Frantic’ Family Fun on the PS4

Frantics game review When Elliott asked the writers who wanted to review this game I replied yes simply because I thought it would enable me to have an excuse to play on my Playstation without my wife asking me why I am hogging the TV. Read More …

The perfect gift – Making memories with Memory Makers

You may have seen Memory Makers in Mothercare, they capture amazing bespoke hand and foot prints. They now do home visits and we were lucky enough to have a home visit from one of the expert print takers, Petula, and receive a beautiful hand print Read More …

Philip Robinson’s ‘Nia and the Kingdom of Celebration’ – book review by Saffa Kallon

My first impression of the book Nia and the Kingdom of Celebration, just looking at the cover, was that it was a brightly coloured book that looked very well illustrated centred around children and the lead character would be a young girl of what seemed Read More …