I’m a day late finishing this post and feeling a little bit delicate after a night out for my husbands birthday.  We hadn’t been out just the two of us for so long and we had such a lovely time.  Of course I got a bit giddy and maybe had a few too many Proseccos but it was worth it.  G has just gone down for his nap so I’m having a coffee and putting the final touches to this Little Loves. Read I have mostly been reading Instruction Manuals as I had a very exciting delivery from Graco this… View Post

When I was pregnant with G I had a think about what baby products I used with my eldest and wrote a post about the ones I that made my life easier as a first time Mum.  Naively, I had assumed most of those would still be valid when G came along.  Whilst one or two of them were (I’m looking at you Angelcare Monitor) I’m really surprised that those items that seemed so vital first time round weren’t quite as necessary. One part of this was that I was more confident in my Mummy ability, and was a little… View Post

One of G’s Christmas presents from his Auntie was a Fisher Price Dance and Move Beat Bo, it quickly became one of his favourites.  He loves pushing it’s belly and his older brother helps him by singing along when Beat Bo asks you too.  It was my go-to toy to distract G so that I could have a few minutes to throw some clothes on before he tried to climb up my leg to be picked up. When we were asked if we wanted to review a few items from the Fisher Price Bright Beats range I was delighted, especially… View Post

We escaped relatively unscathed when O was teething.  Apart from an odd day here or there his first teeth appeared without too much fuss.  Obviously I had bought a rather well known giraffe to help him through the teething pain but it was never really needed. G is a completely different baby to my eldest, they always say you don’t get two the same, and my boys are living proof of this.  G is a lot more vocal than O ever was and I feared teething would not be the mild experience we had had five years earlier.  Like his brother… View Post