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Real Mum Review- ALDI Mamia range

Aldi Mamia

This post is sponsored by ALDI

It’s been a few years since I have had a kid in nappies but when I did, the ALDI Mamia nappies and wipes were my go-to choice. They were affordable and effective for Tully, with minimal leaking issues and no skin irritations. However, having three kids, I’m well aware that what works for one kid may not work for another. With this in mind, when we were asked to road test the Mamia range I sent out nappies to five different families with different aged children, different requirements and different skin.

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Road Test: Baby Jogger City Mini GT Review

Baby Jogger City Mini GT

We review a fair few prams over here at Stuff Mums Like (I may have a bit of a thing for prams- even though I no longer have a baby!). This time, we got to test out the Baby Jogger City Mini GT. I recruited my friend Kate and her beautiful baby boy Carter so that she could give me the low down. She used to work at MotherCare so she’s had a lot of experience with prams and the Baby Jogger City Mini GT was always one of her favourites.

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Nits- Just Spray & Go

nits

This post is sponsored by Euky Bear

NITS! They are the bane of every parent’s existence. The constant spray/comb/wash/ repeat until they are FINALLY gone. For some reason all three of my kids are nit attractors. You’d think once they were teens you could escape the nits, but not when you have a four-year-old as well- nits are dragged in from kindy at every opportunity.

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But first…coffee

coffee

This post is sponsored by Jamaica Blue

I wake up at the crack of dawn. Sometimes I even see the sun rise which is pretty but this mumma does not do mornings.

Coffee! That’s how most mums start their day in order to get through another jam packed schedule with zero sleep. Either that – or you just really love and appreciate your coffee.

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Real Mum Review- Reid Cycles kids vintage roadsters

REID CYCLES

It was an exciting day here when my six-year-old son received a delivery from Reid Cycles. His very own big boy bike. The same kind his best friend Tully has but this one was navy blue. Finally, the weekend rolled by and Nathan pulled out his tool kit to help build it with his dad. What a fun bonding experience that was for the two of them and Nathan finally had a legitimate reason to use his mini-me toolkit.

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