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I’m a film geek, so movies in general and going to the cinema specifically is something I’ve always been keen to share with our daughter.
Taking her to the movies started young, and the first Paddington film was one of the early times we went (she was just 2 when it came out). The movie has become a family favourite, so a trip to the new Paddington 2 was always on the cards. Continue reading Watching Paddington 2 at our local Cineworld Superscreen
With Star Wars Forces of Destiny, there has been a great disturbance in the force. Have you felt it? The old order has been subverted.
Star Wars is for girls too. Continue reading Star Wars – Forces of Destiny
These LEGO sets continue to be the most satisfying toys in the whole DC Super Hero Girls line.
One of the larger sets from the second wave of LEGO DC Super Hero Girls releases, this is headlined by the villain Lena Luthor. Continue reading LEGO DC Super Hero Girls – Lena Luthor Kryptomite Factory (41238)
Batgirl gets her second set in the second wave of LEGO DC Super Hero Girls sets – with Batgirl’s Secret Bunker.
Continue reading LEGO DC Super Hero Girls – Batgirl’s Secret Bunker set
While some may say My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic has many of the negative trappings of princess culture, it’s almost subversive in the way it differs. It’s about female friendship, the characters are also smart and physically active, often engaging in action based character led plots.
Continue reading Review: ‘My Magical Princess Twilight Sparkle’ toy