A Cheap Scandinavian Nursery: A Work In Progress

Designing a neutral scandinavian nursery that can grow with a baby on a budget is a task I welcomed with open arms. In my naive head, I couldn’t help but think accessories for a small persons room would come with an equally small price tag. Unfortunately not. I had already decorated Harrisons’ nursery once before and I had gotten it very wrong. I went for the first Mothercare range I saw – a slightly garish and not at all my…
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6 Ways I Transformed My Blog Photography

Improving your photography is something we often expect to happen instantly when we invest in a ‘proper’ camera. Prior to buying mine, my photographic ability started and ended with a snapchat filter. I had no reason to take ‘good’ pictures, that was, until my son was born. I bought my first proper camera – a Canon 700D – only a few weeks after giving birth, and without having any knowledge as to how to actually work it, I snapped away…
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The Budget Vs Beautiful Highchair : IKEA VS NOMI

Deciding on a highchair can be a simple process, it is straight toss up between functionality, price, and it’s ability to keep your baby happy – I’ve used two highchairs with Harrison, the extremely budget friendly IKEA Antilop, and the less budget friendly Nomi Evomove – two chairs at polar ends of the highchair scale. But which is better? When Harrison was born, I was very much caught up in first baby syndrome. I wanted the best for him –…
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A Not So Expensive Luxury Changing Bag? | Pacapod Saunton Review

The Pacapod Saunton is now firmly in my possession as my new changing bag, and dare I say it, with it on my back I think I may just be a cool mum. The Pacapod bags have always been my wishlist product when it comes to changing bags. I found myself drawn to them during pregnancy, but never quite managed to check out as I could not justify the price. This was not limited to the Pacapod brand, I lusted…
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To Take Good Pictures, We Need Good Vision | Healthy Eyes With Leightons

 The most valuable tool in a photographer’s arsenal is not the camera, but the eyes. I’m no photographer, but I take more pictures than I can even comprehend and I earn a living with a camera in hand – so it’s about time I looked after my eyes. While the camera captures the moment, it’s the eyes that find the winning shot. It therefore makes sense that you care for your eyes just as you would any other part of…
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