One thing you should know about me is that I love my bed. I always have done, even as a kid. My mum always says it was such a huge relief when I came along as my brother never slept. When I was at college I loved having an afternoon free so I could sneak home watching Light Lunch with Mel and Sue (anyone else remember that?) before having a lovely nap. I was even worse at uni. Whole afternoons were lost watching Diagnosis Murder tucked up in bed. Needless to say when I was contacted about reviewing a new… View Post

We moved into our house five years ago and this summer one thing we’ve been trying to focus on is to give the place a little bit of a spruce up.  With mostly magnolia walls I’ve desperately wanted to add some colour to them and now that we’re a family I’ve wanted to create a homely feel. I’m a bit of a sucker for anything that can be personalised as I think it adds a lovely touch to the home so when I was given the opportunity to review a personalised print for Chatterbox Walls I was a little bit… View Post

As a mum to a two year old boy, there isn’t that much choice when it comes to what they can wear, especially in the summer. Shorts and t-shirts, maybe a pair of dungarees, and not much else. This isn’t helped by the fact that I’m a bit of a fusspot about what he wears. I don’t want O to look like a mini adult in clothes that are far too grown up for him, but at the same time I don’t want him to look like a baby now that he’s a fully fledged toddler. When I was contacted… View Post

I was recently contacted by My 1st Years and asked if I would choose an item from their website to review. I was delighted to have been asked as they have some absolutely gorgeous personalised baby clothes, blankets and toys (and much more besides) with the added bonus that they can have your little ones name added to it. As the name would suggest a lot of the items are aimed at younger babies and toddlers, and as O is now approaching 2 and a half he seemed too old for a few things. Although, that didn’t stop me wondering… View Post