In some ways, I think that I am very instinctually maternal. I never felt anxious about having kids, I wear them, I am fine with co sleeping, I make their food from scratch. I tell them I love them a million times a day, I stay home with them day in, day out. Nothing special … Continue reading The flips sides of parenting
As you probably know, we are an eczema house over here. We never used to be when it was just the two of us, but when Evie was born she developed rashes pretty young. We took her to a (very expensive) dermatologist who took one look at her and said ‘oh it’s probably Cats’ and … Continue reading Life-Space Probiotics
Yeah, no I don't know about that .. Welcome, welcome PNP - Or Portable North Pole - Where have you been for the entire life of this crazy "yay for Christmas lights in September" girl!? Who doesn't love Christmas? Grinches out there - don't answer. I CAN SWAY YOU. It's seriously the best time of … Continue reading It’s beginning to look a lot like (a personalised) Christmas!
I was lucky enough to get my hands on one of the latest crazes and most coveted kids accessories on the market at the moment - the Lulla Doll. And no, on a completely unrelated topic turns out you don't need a liver and that they attract quite the profit margin on the black market … Continue reading Lulla Doll Review
I could hear my heart beat going crazy on the monitor, even though I thought I felt relatively ok and calm. I was given a few different drugs through my IV to calm me down while asking Chris what was wrong, and the surgery continued.
Sometimes I get to review products for Babyology, which is just as cool as it sounds. This time when I got the email about reviewing the Babyology Subscription Box I was really excited because it's something I had been eyeing off for myself for ages! When it arrived, I was straight away impressed with the … Continue reading Babyology Box
The first trimester is often when you feel your worst. You've just found out that you have a new family member on the way, you've got morning sickness, taste aversion and your boobs hurt. I'm sure exercising is the last thing on your mind.
Madelin has “[wanted] the Babysense for a while so it was a nice surprise to be able to test it out – it’s perfect because it stays in one place instead of having to be attached to the baby. “Being able to know that if she stopped breathing the monitor would pick it up is a huge relief. Being able to move around the house and backyard and take the monitor with me was also great.”
This article was posted on Babyology, where I write as a review blogger. The article was put together by Anita Butterworth. You can see my previous review for Metalicus clothing with them.
Expert Column: Pregnancy Exercise with Christine Fraser Look, this isn’t rocket science – if you weren’t doing something beforehand, during your pregnancy is not the time to try that crazy under water hot yoga pump session (I’m sure they don’t exist but you get my point).