The Bounce Back | Jumping on The TeaTox Bandwagon + GIVEAWAY

The Essential Tea-Tox Detox Tea is designed to naturally boost you, leaving you feeling energised, rested, less bloated and so much more.  I’m late to the party (about 5 years late), but I’m here. The infamous teatox seems to linger like a bad smell, every so often they come back around, and almost every time they do I turn my nose up at them. I’m probably supposed to start this post off with all of the positive vibes that should accompany a…
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Newborn Hacks | MyHummy Snoozy Bear

I’ve made no secret of how much I love white noise for my newborn, so when myHummy offered to send Harrison a myHummy Snoozy, I jumped at the chance. myHummy are a The hummy bear is a sleep guard, a soft cuddly friend that has the added bonus of the soothing white noise which activates in response to babies movement. Newborns are not used to silence: they’ve spent nine months in the womb, encased within the muffled sounds of mummy’s life…
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Maternity Leave Realities: The First Month

Maternity leave was supposed to be all baby cuddles, coffee catch-ups and lunch dates. I’d fill my time with over ironing and learning to cook (given that right now  burning toast is about all I am good for) whilst my baby napped, and having couch cuddles and playtime when he woke up. I had big plans and was under the false allusion they’d be at all possible. I’ve been on maternity leave for five whole weeks now. In that time, I’ve…
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A Stress Free Bathtime With CuddleDry

The Original Cuddledry Bath Towel is a hands free way to get your baby out of the bath and snug as a bug stress free, or at least so they say. I got this towel when I was pregnant, and dare I say, completely forgot about it up until now. This post is not sponsored nor were we sent this product to review, the concept is just such an interesting one that I couldn’t help but want to share my experience with it. Harrison…
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9 Fool Proof Ways to Spot A New Mum

The irony of this post is the na├»ve ideal I came into motherhood with; when I imagined the first few weeks of parenthood, sure, I imagined sleepless nights, but I also imagined the relaxing coffee dates, mindless chit-chat over lunch with a sound sleeping baby, scenic walks in the park with the pram.. the reality though has been very different, who would have thought. If you happened to see me out and about right now, I swear you could pin-point…
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