I'm sure I'm not alone in worrying about my baby overheating during this heatwave that we are currently experiencing. There are massive risks associated with babies overheating so us parents can't help but worry. Read on for 14 great tips on keeping your baby cool.
Despite Kitty & Bob both being very well behaved and placid cats we couldn't help but worry about how they would react when we introduced a baby into our home. Now that they have all lived together for four months I feel it is time to write about how they are getting along.
Sterilising and making up babies bottles can be such an overwhelming subject when you start out, so many people give you conflicting advice on what you should and shouldn't do which can lead to a great deal of confusion. We are now in a routine with our bottles so I thought I would share what we do, both in the house and when out and about.
I've had another week of delicious, home cooked meals. I cooked quite a lot of Slimming World recipes this week, even the ones that aren't Slimming World are pretty healthy.
Garlic & Herb Boursin topped Chicken with Roasted Leeks & Courgette
When we saw a deal for the Weston Sand Sculpture Festival on Living Social we couldn't resist buying a voucher, priced at £6 for entry for two and a hot drink each there was no reason not to!
Don't Think About Purple Elephants by Susan Whelan is a book written to help anxious children. Peas in a Pod by Tania McCartney and Tina Sterling celebrates the importance of individuality.
On Father's Day Aria and I headed to Cwmbran to take part in the 5K Race for Life*, as well as running the Race for Life you can jog, walk, do it in a wheelchair, take a pushchair or even a dog. My friend and I got the babies all dressed up and took them along in the pushchairs.
Labels: Race For Life
As a mum I can't leave the house without certain items for Aria, some very important and some not so much. I keep a changing bag stocked with all of the important items and hook this onto the back of the pushchair when out and about. Read on to discover my absolute essential items.
People keep commenting on the fact that I am making the most of my maternity leave by getting out and having fun, they are right, I am, and it is great. People also comment on how I make this having a baby business look easy, what they don't realise is that it isn't all that easy, but you just have to get on with it. I could quite happily opt for the easy life and not go out on my own with Aria, but it wouldn't be fair on her, or me in the long run.
Aria's first bus journey || Aria's first walk in her wrap.