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  • Our review of Bluestone – family friendly accommodation in Wales

    If you follow my Instagram page you will know that recently we were lucky enough to be invited to review Bluestone resort, Wales. Im so pleased to give you a low down on how great this free range break is! I have split my review into two posts -our overall stay and our visit to Kingdom of the Elves. We arrived at Bluestone on a cold, dark November night. This just made it all the more exciting as I just couldn’t wait to get nestled up in our lodge! We had travelled from Shropshire and it took us about 3 and a half hours which I included regular threenager emergency DVD…

  • Bye bye cradle cap thanks to Childs Farm

    Dexter has been plagued with cradle cap since day one. We had mild success with coconut oil to soothe this when he was a few weeks old but then he became allergic to it and it made his scalp inflammed. I tried washing his hair more frequently, less frequently, using just water, using shampoo and conditioner, using petroleum jelly, olive oil – you name it I tried it. To add insult to injury Freddie even developed a patch too..at three years old!! Both boys had it excessively thick on their scalps and with Dexter his crusty head was massively noticeable. I have been reviewing some Childs Farm products and asked…

  • Beaba babycook plus review

    As we are weaning early due to Dexter’s reflux I wanted to make sure I knew exactly what he was having so I could pinpoint any possible reflux flare up foods, or indeed allergy flare ups. Dexter has CMPA like his brother and I have found lots of foods aimed at weaning have milk added, which is such a pain. We have been super lucky to be able to review the Beaba babycook plus, to make our own baby food. It steams, blends, defrosts and reheats as well as being suitable not just to make baby purees but smoothies and steamed food items for all the family. We will even…

  • Diono Quantum travel system Review

    For the past few weeks we have been putting the Diono Quantum to the test and through its paces with Dexter. I have never thought of myself as pushchair orientated, as long as it pushes, is comfortable and is reasonable in cost then that’s all it needs to be, right? Wrong. Having spent a few weeks in hospital a few things changed in our family dynamic that made having an easy to use, adaptable, robust and comfortable pushchair a matter of importance. My husband sorted the boys while I was poorly, he is 6″3 and so straight away the height adjustable handle came into its own. I am on the…

  • Messy me review & giveaway!

    I can’t say Freddie has an element of tidy to him. He is just so clumsy, guaranteed to make a mess. Even when I preempt it, he beats me to it!! Now add a baby and a holiday in the mix and it’s a sure fire cauldron of messy chaos! Luckily we are working with Messy me designs and they gave us one of their fab aprons and an original messy mat for a full scale test while we were on holiday. You can even win your own Messy Mat with my competition below! The first morning Freddie helped prep breakfast and he was super excited to be wearing his…

  • Dr Browns Options bottles review

    When we had Freddie we were very lucky in the fact that he never suffered with any problems when feeding as a baby. Therefore the bottles we choose to feed Dexter with this time around were the same as we knew they had worked for Freddie. However, Dexter soon had silent reflux flare up at about 3 weeks old. He was medicated and his milk was changed to compliment his dairy allergy but he still struggled. To compensate for the acid burning his throat he would comfort feed and guzzle and gulp his milk, causing terrible trapped wind. It’s a whole other world when you have a baby who is…

  • Back to basics with Kokoso [review]

    Dexter was born two weeks early and still had lots of Vernix on him. I was pleased about this as it’s a natural moisturiser and barrier to the outside world for a little longer at least, on newborn skin. I noticed however that the areas where he didn’t have his protective layer were so dry, cracked and flaky, something which wasn’t an issue with Freddie.  I limited his baths, in fact he didn’t have his first bath until he was almost a week old due to his skin being so dry, once he was out of the bath it got even worse and the baby moisturisers I had only offered…

  • Yoomi- making things that bit easier

    Now that I am completely bottle feeding Dexter, he has taken to only liking his milk warm, which is fine by me, it would be my preference too, to be honest! He also is better drinking it warm due to the Neocate milk he is now prescribed and the medications he has for reflux. The medications thicken his milk, so when it’s cold it can be stodgy and hard for him to drink. It is the bane of my life to warm bottles in the bottle warmer, for one it’s really noisy in our room and two it’s just such an faff about. Maybe it’s because I only really use…

  • Spreading the Memories 

    As you know I have recently had my second son, little Dexter. This has meant that I am even more snap happy than usual, filling up my phone with thousands of photographs, to go with the thousands there are of Freddie documenting his every breathing moment.  That’s fine, I mean who doesn’t overdose on pictures of their kids, but realistically I don’t look at them, I may use some on a blog post, on social media or show some to family and friends but for the most part they sit on my camera roll waiting to be rediscovered in a few months to evoke memories of the kids being dinky.…