This book tho! I finally finished Girl Wash Your Face earlier this week and I can honestly say that this is a book that I could read over and over again. Raw, honest and beautifully written, Rachel Hollis gives us life lessons based on her own extraordinary experiences, we can put into practice to improve … Continue reading Girl, Go Wash Your Face NOW!
Any parent with a teething baby will know about ALL the drool. Drool on their hands, drool on their chins, drool on your shoulder...drool everywhere. My little dumpling is teething something chronic at the moment and I think he will soon cut his first tooth/teeth. Poor thing is drooling all over the place. It even gets … Continue reading (Un)Covered in Drool
If there's one thing that I never believed I'd do as a new mum, it would be cooking all of my little dumpling's meals from scratch. Sure, I'd always said that I would, even before he was born, but when he got to 5 months and I was contemplating our weaning journey, I thought there … Continue reading Baby’s Little Squeeze
When I was pregnant with my lil dumpling and was searching for baby carriers, I didn't have a clue which one to get. As a first-time mum, I didn't have a clue about a lot of things, but I could have done with some advice on this topic in particular. I ended up getting the BabyBjorn … Continue reading Let’s ErGo, Baby!
Yes, yes...there are ear muffs and there are buggy muffs! I was out the other week with my little dumpling, walking to our weekly Baby Sensory class and the temperature was about -4 with a cold wind. It was raining and I had gloves on. By the time I got to the class, my gloves … Continue reading The Buggy Muff – Because Mums Need Warm Hands Too!
This week's hump-day blog post is a day late, but there's a good reason for that! Last night, I had the honour and pleasure of attending the premier screening of the new docu-film 'Embrace', hosted by my beautiful sister, BigHealthyTracey at Odeon Greenwich in London. The film is about learning to accept and love your body … Continue reading Time to Embrace