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26 Apr 19
Life with Isla

Isla is 4 and a half months now, (where on earth has the time gone) and I’ve spent a lot of time looking back at the first 3 months of motherhood. The highs are high, the lows are low and no one can prepare you for what it’s like when you first bring your little […]

22 Mar 19
Smart Cat Press

Out of everything people told me about how hard it would be to have a baby, none of it included how hard and time consuming it would be to get them to nap or go to sleep at night. I mean, they told me that I’d wake up every few hours to feed them…

15 Jan 19
New Mum Life

  Hello Mummy’s and Daddy’s! I was typing to you poolside (don’t be too jealous, the pool was closed for the winter already!). As the locals were looking at me like I’m crazy for wearing shorts, I thought now would be the time to type about my experience of being on holiday with a baby. It […]

07 Jan 19
Summer et Sea

There’s times in pregnancy where you genuinely second guess yourself. Am I going to be a good mum? Will I have that instant love? What if I drop them? What if they hate me? What if they’re too cold, too hot? What if they cry ALL the time? What if they dont sleep? What if […]

31 Dec 18
MaenaS Blog

Hey Guys so unfortunately I didn’t get the chance to film my last trimester update as she decided to arrive a little earlier than expected but this was why Amazon Prime worked wonders for our last min shopping for the next day delivery. TRY IT FREE FOR 30 DAYS http://www.amazon.co.uk/tryprimefree?tag=lecris/21 Mam Anti Colic Bottles – […]

25 Nov 18
Blissful Burgination

Leo regularly amazes me with his open acceptance of things. We have always been really fair and given him the respect he deserves when we are talking things through. We have always felt that children deserve their opinion and deserve to be heard, and I think this definitely sets us all up for success. The […]

22 Nov 18
Malaysian Mama in the UK

One of the important things we get drilled into us at NCT classes and the NHS is safe sleeping. This is the usual putting your baby on their back, feet to the foot of their crib/cot, no loose blankets or pillows, and of course ensuring that the room temperature is safe.

17 Nov 18
westsussexmum

A friend of mine asked me the other day what were my top baby items; things I couldn’t live without? This gave me a kick up the bottom to write a new blog post which I thought might be useful for other new mums, mums to be, or just for a bit of light reading […]

11 Nov 18
Real mum life

Don’t get me wrong I’ve left my little one and gone out for the night but this was different. He would sleep in a different room to me for the first time in his life. Was he ready? Was I? 8 AM – I’m making breakfast whilst my hubs is moving the cot from our […]

28 Oct 18
The Corporate Mum Petra

This baby list has done its rounds over the last 8 years.  May help for baby shower ideas too! Note pad to write what the baby does and when you feed etc Baby bag Fess (for baby’s nose) Shampoo Gaia or Mustela brand Body wash Gaia or Mustela brand Mother pads for sore nipples called […]

24 Oct 18
Keira Leane

Since my original post on must-have newborn products I have been keeping a list of everything else I couldn’t have lived without, with the intention of giving new mummas some product advice for slighter older babies. This is not posted in real time, Thalia is 8 months old now… the blog has escaped me for […]

18 Sep 18
Newborn Mumma

When pregnant, it is very easy to get caught up in the millions of baby products on the market. From choosing a cot to knowing how many babygrows to buy the baby product industry is vast and also fairly daunting to navigate. This guide is purely for baby items, I will do a seperate list […]

11 Sep 18
BABYBIRD & ME

Here’s a little known secret; babies don’t actually need that much stuff. You’re pretty much it TBH. You, a onsie and a moses basket and you are good-to-go. But, like most things in life, things can be made considerably easier with the right gadgets and gizmos. “Alexa, order me some nipple cream”. 1.The Sleeyhead I’ve […]