Putting The Cosatto Supa Stroller To The Test | The First Impressions

The Cosatto Supa Pushchair is the newest addition to our household: We’ve finally bitten the bullet, we’ve packed away our travel system in favor of a smaller, more dinky car friendly pushchair. It’s a baby product that is unlike anything I’ve had before – but it’s definitely become a firm favorite over this past weekend. Cosatto is a brand I’ve never used before, so to say I was apprehensive initially is an understatement – I’ve gone through three different Silver…
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Get Over Yourself And Get In The Damn Picture

There are very few pictures of myself and Harrison. I realised this only when I was asked for full-color photos of the two of us for a feature in a magazine this month, I was so excited to be able to share the story, that it never even crossed my mind that I might not have the images needed to go with the story. There was no intricate specification, it was just to be a picture of myself and my…
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How To Cope With A Sick Baby When You’re Sick

First came the runny nose, the sniffles and the nap time resistance. Next came the lack of appetite and the cough, and before long, my 7 month old baby was loaded with the cold. We’d been fighting the inevitable since starting our nursery drop in days, but after his first full week in the breeding ground of infections that is child care, my child got sick. They say when it rains, it pours, and never before has it been so…
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A Fathers Day He Won’t Forget | TESCO TANNOY TAKEOVER

With Fathers Day fast approaching, this year, I wanted to do something special. Fathers Day is the forgotten holiday; although not long after Mothers Day, it’s the holiday we often overlooked, the one often accompanied by a quick dash to the local supermarket for a card and a pair of novelty socks the night before. For my own dad, our Fathers Day tradition of a box of Jaffa Cakes and a Mug has always been just enough, but as my…
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Monday: The Non-Existent Day Of Dieting, Organisation and Accomplishment

The month of May has been a lost one, for more reasons than one. We’ve been living in a never ending cycle of sickness bugs, infections, and the mundane reality of the return to work. Between the three of us, we’ve caught more colds than I can count on one hand, had a bout of tonsillitis, a bad case of man flu, one chest infection and the littlest is now currently fighting off Bronchiolitis. We’re all sick, and it feels…
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