Project 365 2017 Week 37

Project 365 2017 Week 37

Project 365 2017 Week 37 Day 253 – 259 A week that started with a bit of history and ended with Monkey finding his wings and becoming more independent. Sunday 10th September – Day 253 On Sunday we went down to Hampton Court Palace for a review trip.  Monkey’s learning about… Continue reading »

Celebrating Easter with JCB and Britains JCB 3c Mark III

Celebrating Easter with JCB and Britains JCB 3c Mark III

I’ve written a few times over the years about my son and his love of JCB.  From his My First JCB Freddie Fastrac book to toys, puzzles, and spending endless hours watching the real machines at work building our local supermarket and cinema complex, his love is boundless.  I wrote… Continue reading »

Britains JCB Midi Excavator 86C-1#digtheadventure

Britains JCB Midi Excavator 86C-1

Monkey is never happier than when his working on an imaginary building site.  He loves using anything and everything as rubble.  Nothing is safe.  We recently received the Britains JCB Midi Excavator 86C-1 from HTI and Monkey could not have been happier.  It’s one vehicle he doesn’t own, and a great… Continue reading »

My 1st JCB Sticker and Activity Books

My 1st JCB Sticker and Activity Books

Monkey has grown up with My 1st JCB as I’ve mentioned in a previous post. The series provides pre-schoolers with a great introduction to the various JCB vehicles, and even now we all call the JCB Fastrac Tractor, Freddie Fastrac.  We recently received a selection of the My 1st JCB Sticker and… Continue reading »

Having fun with JCB Kids #digtheadventure

Having fun with JCB Kids

There are some brands that really having meaning to us as a family.  There’s a connection. One of the first books that Monkey was ever given as a present was a My 1st JCB book about Freddie Fastrac the Tractor.  He was a baby at the time, and I wasn’t… Continue reading »

Diggerland Kent #CountryKids

Diggerland Kent

Monkey has been obsessed by JCB’s of all sorts for almost as long as I can remember.  He’s forever digging, dumping and constructing – both in the living room and the garden!  I discovered Diggerland a couple of years ago. But as the two nearest sites were still a 2 hour drive… Continue reading »