Review: Kokoso Baby

When we brought our little bundle home from the hospital he had that super soft baby skin, the kind you hear about on television ads for baby products. It was like silk. Jump forward a couple of days and Taylor started to get horrendous dry flakey skin, the health visitor told us it was perfectly normal for newborns to experience this. It didn’t seem to bother him at all, but it didn’t look nice all over his tummy, arms, and legs.

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Book Review: Peter Rabbit – A Big Box of Little Books

This set includes nine mini stories featuring characters from Beatrix Potter’s classic tales, including Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny, Squirrel Nutkin, Jemima Puddle-duck, Jeremy Fisher and Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle. Babies and young toddlers will enjoy the stories and pictures, and can play with the chunky little board books. Featuring beautiful and classic artwork by Beatrix Potter, this […]

Review: Breastfeeding with Bibee

If you followed my pregnancy updates you’ll know how much I loved Bibee dresses and tunics, the versatile clothing that can take you from pregnancy through to breastfeeding making them value for money compared to clothing that only caters for one or the other.


Review: House of Fraser Childrenswear

As a first time mum I’ve found that my outlook on things such as shopping has completely changed, before I became pregnant I would treat myself on a monthly basis from my favourite department stores whether it be going to a makeup concession or my favourite brand of clothing, I would shop! Since being pregnant and becoming a mum I’ve had a few shopping trips and each time I have failed to buy anything for myself, not because I can’t buy for myself anymore but because I just don’t want anything! However I always find things for baby T.


Milestone: Taylor is 4 Weeks Old, and Finally Sleeping!

Today marks the day that Taylor is four weeks old, 29/01/15, on Sunday he’ll be one month old. It’s gone so fast I feel like I’ve blinked and almost a month of his life has passed us by. I’ve been taking every opportunity to simply hold him and have endless cuddles, he’s already grown and changed so much.


Review: The grohush Baby Calmer

The grohush baby calmer is a white noise generator from The Gro Company.

Designed specifically to calm your baby, the gro hush comes in a handy clear plastic case with a removable and washable cover, it has three noise settings all set to a baby safe volume. One to mimic mummys heartbeat, as babies are used to this sound from being in the womb, calming raindrops on a tin roof and whooshing ocean waves.

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