• Buying A House: What We Are Looking For In Our Dream Home

    28th February 2018

    I’ve made no secret of the fact that we are desperate to buy our own home. Fingers crossed that 2018 will be the year. Recently we have started looking in our favourite areas for houses that attract us.

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  • Our Morning Routine with EnviroKidz

    26th February 2018

    As a full time working Mum, every second in the morning counts. The alarm is set for 6.30am, not that I need it because I am usually woken by the calls from the cot. We haven’t quite reached the ‘Mummy!‘ stage yet, but the babbling certainly sounds something like, ‘Get me out of this prison…

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  • I’ve Been Too Busy To Miss You

    22nd February 2018

    I’ve got used to always being on the go, to always being busy. My day starts at 6am when you wake up and shout ‘Ra-ra!‘ from your cot. I drag myself up from bed to put on the kettle, really needing that sweet hit of caffeine, put in my contact lenses and have a wee.

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  • Turning Your Mum Skills Into A Business

    12th February 2018

    If you’re a busy mum, running around every day trying to keep your household under control 9not to mention everyone that lives there); it can be a challenge to find any spare time or energy for much else. Many mums find that it can be a struggle to go back to work after maternity leave,…

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  • Review: Nuby Travel Booster Seat

    12th February 2018

    We’ve been Nuby brand reps for around four months now and have been sent lots of gorgeous toys and accessories to use on our weaning journey, but last week the best item we’ve had yet arrived and I’m so pleased with it that I just had to share on the blog; it’s the Nuby travel…

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  • The Toddler Days: The Good And The Very, Very Bad

    8th February 2018

    Time moves so fast. Especially when you spend forty hours a week in work and thirty two hours a month commuting. The days turn into weeks and the weeks into months, and before I’ve even had a chance to check, I have a fully fledged toddler on my hands. A toddler who is fiercely independent,…

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  • Mummy to Dex aka Nicola stood in front of her home wearing a black vest top and skirt, six months pregnant

    Pregnancy Problems: How to Cope With SPD in Pregnancy

    7th February 2018

    Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) or Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) as it is now called, is a condition that one in five women suffer with during pregnancy. Before I became pregnant, I had never heard of it, so when I started suffering with pain in my pubic bone at around eleven weeks, I put it down…

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