Joined 13 years ago from Spain
In 2006, my husband and I and our then five year old son finally ended our ‘Shall We? Shan’t We?’s, upped sticks and moved to Spain in search of a ‘better life’. ‘Better’, we hoped, was to involve more fun, family time in the sizzling Spanish countryside.
‘Fun, family time’ was explained to us by the head of our Fun department, as buying and playing with the boys toys advertised on television! Purchasing these ‘must haves’ from an ever dwindling nest egg, inspired my Ben 10 toy review site and my blog, Son Time Now. I wanted to share my thoughts with you on these toys for boys – their playability, longevity and value for money. Hopefully you can avoid our mistakes and enjoy our successes.
Whilst writing for my toys blog I found I actually enjoyed it more than I had imagined so I now also write about a variety of other topics that interest me. I hope they interest you too.
11 years ago
Bop It is a highly addictive, hand held, electronic, reaction game. It is a follow-the-leader-style music game consisting of various levers that you either pull, twist, spin or flick according to the directions given to you by the toy. You may also...
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