The Motherhood Lessons Series- Part I: The Most Overrated Baby Items. (& the items that you can’t live without!)

Negotiating the ocean of baby products that are available on the market can be quite suffocating! Add to that the tides of “advice” and “recommendations” from everyone and their Nan- “Buy this!” “Buy that!” “This helped my LO sleep!” “This contraption is all singing and dancing!” “Buying this product will make you a better parent…”Continue reading “The Motherhood Lessons Series- Part I: The Most Overrated Baby Items. (& the items that you can’t live without!)”

The Baby In the Mirror: A Reflection on Loss.

Nothing brings me more joy in this world than watching our little Bea explore it; curiously and fiercely. I love how unburdened she is. A tiny package of innocence and pure love. It makes my heart swell, then it drops… when I think about the other little person that could have been in our lives.Continue reading “The Baby In the Mirror: A Reflection on Loss.”

Combi Feeding For Sanity & Beyond!

This post contains an affiliate link so at no extra cost to you, if you purchase the Tommee Tippee 6 pack of Closer to Nature bottles through this link I may earn comission. I am part of the Amazon Affiliate UK scheme. I only add links of products that I have personally used and wouldContinue reading “Combi Feeding For Sanity & Beyond!”

The Baby Box Debate.

In my humble opinion, any initiative that raises awareness of SIDS is not to be ignored. In the UK, sadly 300 babies a year pass away due to unexplained death and these numbers could potentially be avoided by putting simple (but effective) guidelines in place to protect your baby. The Baby Boxes (popularised in FinlandContinue reading “The Baby Box Debate.”

Dear Bea…

Dear Bea, Our bundle of energy, joy, distraction from all the shit in this world… Today is your half birthday. What an adventure it has been so far! I never could have imagined that you would fill up all my little cracks and help me feel alive again. You came along when I needed you.Continue reading “Dear Bea…”