Monthly Archives: August 2015

3 Simple Tips for a cosy living room this winter.

With a very Autumnal feel to the air, my thoughts have turned to making my home feel cosy in preparation for the long winter evenings approaching. Over the summer chaos has set in, and toys, books and general chaos has spread through the house. With September heralding the return to school, I use it as a time to start afresh, decluttering and renewing our home. September each year is spent changing over “summer” curtains for thicker, brighter coloured “winter” ones, and making a few small changes to our living room to make it really ready for cosy nights in.

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Wedding Announcement and a #familymoon

In case you missed it, Mr G and I are now officially “Mr & Mrs”, after a lovely close friends and family wedding. There was lots of cake and champagne, laughter and best of all some fabulous memories were made. Now, we are off on our #familymoon! (With 3 children, we couldn’t leave them out of our post marriage holiday plans, so we’re taking them with us on our honeymoon – and calling it a #familymoon!)

We are travelling by car, and trying out a few new things along the way! ¬†Watch out for our updates, and I’ll try to post on social media during our travels – look out for the #familymoon tag!


Express and Go with tommee tippee #review

If you’re a breastfeeding or pregnant and thinking about doing so, you have probably heard all about expressing and storing breast milk. I have to be honest, I’m not great with expressing milk to store, mostly as I end up spilling the milk as I try to decant it from bottle to storage bag. Thankfully, tommee tippee have come up with a clever solution!

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Breastfeeding and returning to work. #Win A Nursing Bra E: 12/08

Breastfeeding doesn’t have to stop when you go back to work, but it is important to think about how you want to continue breastfeeding when you return to work, as early as possible. One of the easiest ways to keep breastfeeding once you’ve returned to work is to express, so I thought I’d share some of my tips which might help!

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