Earlier this week I was sent an EUMOM gift bag to review. I remember picking one of these up when I was pregnant with Leo and we still use the bag to this day for wet swimming clothes! I was excited to see what had changed and I am happy to report they are as… Continue reading Eumom gift bag is ten years old!
Hello again! I’m sorry for my absence as of late but life has been majorly hectic recently. I am trying to get back into the swing of writing and blogging so I’m starting back with a review of the hugely popular Haakaa breast pump. I’ll be honest, when the lovely folk at Haakaa contacted me… Continue reading Haakaa Breast pump review.
Hello again! So I have decided to do a little food art series which might help some of you with fussy toddlers and kids. Today I’m going to start with two nursery rhyme inspired plates that went down a treat with L. As I’ve said before, these are just suggestions that might help with fussy… Continue reading Food Art Series. Part 1
‘Have you tried taking ginger biscuits?’ ‘Oh, hyperemesis is so on trend this year since Kate Middleton had it!’ Sentences that would drive any mama suffering with hyperemesis to drink (if we could stomach a drink!). Why yes, I chose to vomit 30 times a day just because I care so much about being in vogue.… Continue reading My experience with hyperemesis; breastfeeding, medications and coping mechansims.
Hello Again! Baby I has been cluster feeding at night the past few weeks, so come morning time I’ve been too tired to brush my hair let alone make elaborate breakfasts. I wanted to make something that I could have for those days and also for mornings where we are on the go! Mr T’s… Continue reading Healthy carrot cake breakfast biscuits.
Hello again one and all! Lately I have been back experimenting in the kitchen with some new recipes and this one has to be one of my favourites. Sadly, this one is not sugar free (although, I am working on it!), so we give them sparingly as a treat to L. So, I called them… Continue reading Baked lemon and poppy seed donuts.
One of the main cupboard staples in this house are nut butters. I’ve given them to both the babies from about 6 1/2 months old on toast, in porridge, and with fruit. It’s a wonderful way of getting protein into the little ones and giving them the taste of nuts without giving them the whole… Continue reading We’re nuts about nut butter!