If you’re looking for a real trendy sports car bed then, you won’t be let down with the amount of quality looking beds that are readily available. When these first became popular you had a limited choice and let me tell you they weren’t anything to write home about.
There are three categories of sport beds in my opinion.
The first and least appealing is the basic car with wood and a paint chop without much in the way of cutting and painted wheels. These type can be built in minutes and cost between $80- $150
The type I bought and is middle of the road is the stylish look, but not specific to any particular sports car. It has nice wood cutting, stylish with a nice paint job and wheels with the alloy look. You can get these type of beds between $250 – $400
The last and most expensive option is the one’s which have all of the bells and whistles. Side skirts, back flyers, front grills, great paint job, styling stripes and LED wheels. These beds usually come in at between $800 – $1500
If your child is serious about getting a stylish camera then, they won’t go far wrong with this excellent and multi-functional Kidizoom do camera in blue. It’s has lots of things to brag about and very little to be unhappy with.
The main positives for me are the front and rear facing cameras giving your child the best of both worlds, a nice selection of decent games, a strap for added peace of mind, a zoom wheel facility, a USB cable enabling you to upload to your computer and superb navigation.
On the negative front and the only thing I can see which great is that it only takes 4 x AA batteries. There isn’t an adapter or any facility for charging, but you can get in to the compartments with ease and without the need of a screwdriver.
This isn’t a play with words but fishin is quite correct as part of the title and not fishing. This is a game for all ages in opinion and can offer the family hours of entertainment, although the downside (if there is one) is that, it can only be played by 2 players at a time for obvious reasons.
My 3 year old boy keeps asking to play it and that’s nearly every day and five weeks after we bought him the game. So far so good you might think 🙂 I just hope he’ll be still asking to play the game six months or even a year from now and it won’t become another dust collector?
There are many decent toys and board games in the marketplace , but how many offer real value it terms of what they offer you and your children? The barbecue party game I feel should be mentioned in a positive light. My only concern is that my boy may eventually tire of the game and it will end up collecting dust on the shelve 🙁
We’ve been playing this nearly ever day for the last five weeks and it just continues to give us hours of fun. We tend to play it for 1 to 2 hours at a time and I feel that is long enough for this type of game as each competition only lass for about 5 minutes, so 12+ games of it is long enough in my opinion.
In your quest for making the perfect egg fried rice, it can be an easy process if you look in the right places. I’ve created my own You Tube video (see below) of how to do and without all of the bells and whistles that usually comes with these type of videos.
1. Boil water in a pan
2. Add 1/3 to 1/2 cup of rice per person
3. Boil and then simmer for 10/15 minutes
4. Leave for 3/4 hours
5. Pour a bit of olive oil in your frying pan
6. Add one whisked egg to the heated pan
7. Chop egg in to small bits
8. Pour in the boiled rice and mix
9. Sprinkle dark soy sauce After about 3 minutes
10. Serve after 5 minutes
I’ve seen a couple of folk just boiling the rice and then placing it straight in to a wok and/or frying pan? How dumb is that! You’re basically leaving the rice in a paste like form with all of the starch still intact and therefore ti will be sticky, harder to cook and more likely to burn once you start the frying process. Don’t take shortcuts! Leave the rice to settle for at least 3 hours which removes most of the starch and carbohydrates. It also allows you to cook the rice with ease, as it will be less sticky and will take the heat of the frying pan or wok much easier.