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A Christmas Gift to You, from You!

Oohh, what is in my wrapped gift above? What could be inside? Imagine this…. Imagine you were able to simply just not worry about how you will be paying for your children’s Christmas gifts this year. Imagine being able to pay for a holiday for your family in the new year, choosing the destination, surprising … Continue reading

This is how it’s done.

A Learning Ladder Get Together. Maybe you personally like to host Learning Ladder get togethers because you can’t get enough books and games for your children’s library at next to nothing. Maybe, you have been to one or two and like to buy for the kids there, preferring to shop at a friends home rather … Continue reading

Join in July and become a Gary Mehigan.

If, in between tantrums and toilet training, you are trying to learn every trick of the trade on Masterchef’s ‘Master Class’ just so that you can look like you have some sort of chef-like talent in your kitchen, well you’re in luck! When you join my Learning Ladder team in July and you come and … Continue reading

A Competition for Facebook Fans

Do you like winning things? I do, I love it, in fact for a long time I entered so many competitions on a daily basis that I would be upset if I didn’t win something fabulous every single week. I have won a heap of movie tickets, books, toys and make up and now I … Continue reading

Let’s Party in May and June

We all know that children learn through play. And we all know that reading aloud to our children from birth has so many proven benefits that, as parents, we clamber to find beautiful new stories to read to our little ones every chance we get. There is nothing new to be found in what I … Continue reading

Williamstown One Market

Yesterday I took part in the Williamstown One MarketĀ #mce_temp_url# which now takes place every month and after a rather wet start to the day, I was relieved when the clouds vanished and I could stop covering my delicate books. Umbrellas that were keeping the rain at bay at the start of our venture ended up … Continue reading