Author Archives: Sara

Struggling to Conceive? Here’s what you need to know

This post is sponsored by Babystart

My husband and I started trying for our first baby. I was 31 and after six months I started to panic that there was something wrong. I went to the doctor to find out what to do, we got some referrals for testing but she didn’t seem too concerned. We went on a holiday to Bali and when I returned I found out I was pregnant so we never needed to make those appointments.

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Cruzee Balance Bike Review

Learning to ride with Cruzee

Balance bikes have revolutionised the way we teach our children how to ride a bike. I remember when I was seven years old and my dad took my training wheels off for the first time. We were on holidays in Byron Bay and there was a footpath out the front of our house with a slight hill. He took me to the top, walked along with me and as I started gaining speed he let go and I whizzed down the hill. As soon as I realised he wasn’t holding on anymore I freaked out and promptly fell off. I had no idea at all about balance as I had been riding with training wheels for so long! I am sure this is a common story amongst our childhoods. Lucky for our children the balance bike was invented!

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Stokke Tripp Trapp Chair

FEEDING TIMEWITH STOKKE TRIPP TRAPP

If you are looking for a high chair that will last from newborn until your child is is tall enough for a regular dining room chair then Stokke Tripp Trapp Chair may be the one you are looking for. It is filled with features and accessories that will transform the chair as your child grows. The Stokke Tripp Trapp chair is beautifully designed and comes in a range of colours that will suite any home decor and look right at home at your dining room table.

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Review- Annabel Karmel frozen meals

Annabel KarmelWhen Mylo was first starting solids I made him some basic purees with different fruits and vegetables, he took to food straight away and became a gobble guts. When he reached 6 months I decided that I would start giving him proteins. I started googling for some recipes and ideas. I discovered Annabel Karmel and I downloaded the app. She had so many great recipe ideas that were much more creative and interesting than plain old fruit and veg. I loved making Mylo’s food. I would make up big batches and freeze it, defrosting it as I needed it. I converted all of her recipes so that I could make them in the Thermomix. We have had our challenges with food over the past year, for example when he decided he would no longer eat anything off a spoon and he would only feed himself finger foods. I am very lucky though as Mylo is generally a great eater.

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