Favourite Christmas / birthday present ever?
Oh, this is so very hard!
I can remember when I was about eight and my tape player/ Walkman broke; I was always very careful with my belongings, and I remember mum saying we couldn’t afford a new one.
So when I opened up a shiny new Walkman for Christmas I was in tears music back then and now was a big part of me, I remember sitting there listening to the weeks top 40 with my tape ready to record the newest songs on capital fm.
Mum in the kitchen making dinner playing ub40 or other dance songs. Most of the classics are now found on Magic
What career did you have planned as a child?
I gave modelling a shot but my size wasn’t a good fit for then, things were not as lenient as they are nowadays.
In a bid to do makeup I did beauty therapy but sadly my mum got ill, and I had to put it on hold, by the time I was ready to resume the curriculum had changed.
Everything happens for a reason!
Share a secret about yourself
Ok shh, not many people know this, but I’m a Geeky Harry Potter fan!
There I said it! I have a growing collection of FunkoPop characters and my Warner Bros wand’s, along with Horcruxes!
Eventually, I hope to have a display cabinet Filled with the film memorabilia!
Below is my small collection so far
Ahh I can’t Wait for more !
If you won the lottery you would?
Move home if I won enormous buy new homes or add-ons for the family that want to stay.
A well deserved holiday for all, I’d have some more cosmetic surgery.
Donate money to a well deserving charity.
Go various destinations and places!
I could go on, and I bet you could as well?
That’s what dreams and bucket lists are for x
Do you co-sleep?
No, Monkey just is too much of a fidget
What is your must-have item for your baby?
Date night how often do you have them?
Finish this sentence ” my heart melts when..”
Favourite makeup and skincare product?
Have you always wanted kids?
An old photo of me
I always had long hair and chopped it off and went goth; this photograph was taken on our first holiday away to Hastings.
One of my favourite pictures of me.
Day 1 – Who are you ?
I often sometimes wonder who I am, but here is a starter
My name is Clarissa, and I am 33 years young. I say young because mentally I’m 16 when I was carefree and young lol.
I’m a Londoner; there has been talking of pearly kings and queens in my family?
I went to two primary schools, as I was classed as a naughty child. Back then they didn’t know about ASD and ADHD.
Socially I have always had problems with friendships, until now when I choose who I want in my life.
I’m assuming that is why I turned to blogging, on the internet, it’s easy to talk rather than in person finding it hard to strike up a conversation is another thing.
So I’m Clarissa, 33 years young I am blessed with two daughters one that is 10 Keira (kk) who has ASD and ADHD. And my nearly two-year-old Evie who has GDD and a high possibility of autism.
Which is what leads me to believe I have ASD also.
Anyway moving on I hope you enjoyed this snippet of information about me?
Come back soon for the next instalment of Blogtober!
- The Goonies
- The Wizard of Oz
- Charlie and The Chocolate Factory
- Robin Hood Prince of Thieves
- Gone With The Wind
The Wizard Of Oz
I think The wizard Of Oz potrayed what good and bad really was, but there is always two sides to every story
Robin Hood prince of theives
What are your Favourite Iconic Quotes and Moments ?
Thank you for coming back
Stack and play with the whirling Bright Starts Giggling Gourmet Stack N Spin Burger!
A burger full of ingredients, babies can stack and reorder the burger whatever way they like. Once the burger is stacked, your baby can press the light-up button and send the burger spinning until it collapses onto the floor and leaves your baby giggling away!
- The fun doesn’t have to stop there; children can stack the burger again and continue the fun!
Easy to grasp pieces
- Light up button to spin burger
- Pieces tumble to the floor Combines fun, music and motion.
We brought the Bright Starts Giggling Gourmet Stack N Spin Burger for Evie, mainly because of the bright colours of the tomato and lettuce; it’s easy to retrieve from the box, unlike some children’s toys that are high security.
We had the batteries required, and it works on the basis like a stacking toy meaning one ring on top of the other, but the top is the burger bun. The added difference the stack N Spin offers is as described; you press the button. Evie loves pressing buttons at the moment! So this is the perfect incentive to encourage interaction as it makes the rings slowly spin around, it’s as if the burger is real as its giggling.
Evie enjoys playing with this product, as it kept her amused while we were in Brighton due to the fact it has bright Primary colours they entice the child’s eyes to be on them as its visually appealing.
watching Evie play with Bright starts giggling burger I can see her fine motor skills adapting from the repetition of stacking and the pushing of the button, the cutest thing is hearing her laugh when holding the base, and the burger is spinning, the vibrations she gets is fun for her.
Definitely A fab purchase!