It's that time of year when all parents and children are drawing up their must haves for this years Christmas lists. I'd already seen the adverts for the new Little Tikes STEM Jr range and thought that it would be something Thomas would love. So when I was asked to try out the new Wonder… Continue reading Little Tikes Wonder Lab Review
I haven’t wrote a post in a while so I thought it was about time I pulled my finger out! A lot has happened since I wrote my last blog post, we moved house, we went to Lauren’s wedding, welcomed Beau, Nico and Margot into the cubs and us gang and Zach turned two! I won’t… Continue reading Raising a Twoligan
We all know that rear facing car seats are safest for newborns, and the UK government now advise that all babies should be kept rear facing until they are at least 15 months old. This means that 15 months is the absolute minimum age a child should be turned to forward face, but many parents misunderstand this to mean that once a child is 15 months a forward facing seat is just as safe if not safer. The fact is even after your baby reaches 15 months, rear facing remains safer.
On Monday the cub mamas were given exclusive access to a special VIP taster night for Bendelow's Kitchen. It was hosted in the swanky Gin & Cocktail bar The Artizan on Roman road. Luckily for us babes in arms were welcome so Margot, Beau & Nico joined us too. Unfortunately Catherine was working so she… Continue reading Bendelow’s Kitchen @ The Artizan
On Friday 23rd March 2018 Margot Betsy Taylor arrived earthside. We had planned a home birth. I feel like the world is full of negative birth stories. Unfortunately things don't always go right. But I think it's important to share that birth can certainly be a positive and amazing experience. I think a positive mind… Continue reading Margot – Our Home Birth Story
It’s no secret to the people closest to me that one of the main stresses in my life the past year has been Tom`s eating, or lack of eating as would be more accurate. So when I recently had the opportunity to review the latest in Sarah Ockwell-Smiths gentle parenting series “The Gentle Eating Book” I jumped at the chance!
So Isaac was the first of the cubs to become a big brother! His little sister Beau arrived safely on 22nd december. In the run up to having Beau I was worried Isaac (who is a mammy's boy) would struggle with having to share me, but he has made me so proud. He patiently waits… Continue reading Adjusting to life with a toddler and a new born!