A safe environment for your baby

As a child, one of the products I remember having around the home were Milton tablets. The packaging was very recognisable, meaning that at the point that I had my first baby and was shopping for essentials it was a brand I instantly recognised. Fast forward nine years and Milton products are still a regular […]

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While you were sleeping

While you were sleeping little one I took the opportunity to catch up on some of the things I had not had a chance to do whilst I was playing with you and your siblings, feeding you all or dashing around from one big kid activity to the next. While you were sleeping little one: […]

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Feeding fuel

Breastfeeding can be hard work. I’ve heard lots of people say that they were always hungry when they were breastfeeding. After breastfeeding four babies I actually don’t think I have had that “I’m starving” feeling more than a handful of times and I certainly haven’t felt like I needed to eat more. Having said that, […]

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Family essentials

When you have a family your list of ‘essential’ items becomes much longer than it ever was before. There are lots of things you feel you should have in, just in case like Calpol, and a range of first aid stuff as well. Then there are the things you use daily like baby wipes and […]

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Fitness goals

There has been a bit of a fitness theme on the blog lately, inspired by my recent marathon and also the new mums fitness campaign that Kiddicare are are supporting. Everyone’s fitness goals are different and I recently outlined my own here. Taking the plunge and getting started can be difficult, but what if you […]

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Ready, steady, run

Running is not for everyone. Those that do run are normally better at either sprinting or long distance running. The really annoying clever ones (like my daughter) are good at both. I  was never a sprinter at school. All my close friends were but I was the one who was always entered for the 800m […]

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Moving to a cup

Choosing the first cup for your baby can be quite difficult. Largely because there are just so many cups to choose from and often you won’t know if they like the cup, or how easily they can use it, until you have given it a go. I must have bought at least 15 different cups […]

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