We are all busy, all tired and don’t have enough time! So when the Healthy Mummy sent me their new book – The Busy Mum’s Guide to Weightloss – I wasn’t sure what to expect. I don’t have time to be counting up calories and keeping a food diary. And I don’t want to be bothering with meals that have 100 ingredients in them that cost me a fortune.
The Baby Bjorn Travel Cot is the best travel cot on the market. It is easy to use, lightweight, folds into an easy carry case and is the perfect travel accessory for your family. Here is everything we love about it…
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 baby set is the one. It is filled with features and accessories that will transform the chair as your child grows. The Stokke Tripp Trapp baby set is beautifully designed and comes in a range of colours that will suit any home decor and look right at home at your dining room table.
Nappies are a constant topic in mums’ groups. What brand? What type? Which are the best value for money? Can anyone recommend a nappy that doesn’t leak? When we are changing nappies multiple times a day it’s easy to find yourself thinking about them a lot. With this in mind, we provided one of our readers, Lisa, with a box of BabyLove Nappy Pants to see how they measured up for her active 14-month-old, Jett.
You may have seen the ads on TV or online- the fanciest washing machine you have ever seen- the LG TWINWash! It promises two separate washing machines in one, plus a dryer. Basically, if it could fold the laundry every mum would be lining up around the block for one of these.
Spriggy is the latest in pocket money apps. Linked to a prepaid card, Spriggy helps teach your child about managing money and learning to save. Saving is not a strong point for me. I’m more a ‘go for it and hope the money turns up’ type- but I’m trying hard to teach my kids to save. My teenagers are way better at it than me, and aren’t on board with my ‘money fairy’ attitude to life. Tully, however, has a bit of a spending habit that needs to be curbed!
What to put your new baby to sleep in can be a big decision for new parents. Do you use a cradle? A bassinet? Straight into the cot? You are up and down so much in those first few months that it’s much more convenient to have baby right beside your bed so you can lean over and comfort them without getting up, or just pull them into bed with you for a feed.
This post is created in partnership with Godfreys
Vacuums- we spend our lives finding a decent one that can pick up all the kid detritus left in the wake of our little darlings, and the pets! As part of that quest, I have been sent a Hoover Paws & Claws bagless vacuum for review, thanks to Godfreys.
This post is sponsored by Plane Pal
My five-year-old has done two long-haul trips this year- once to the US and once to Scotland, and for both trips, she has used a Plane Pal sleep aid. The Plane Pal inflates and fills the footwell of the seat, creating a flat surface for your child to sleep on. It was a game changer for us, giving her a solid amount of sleep each flight and saving our sanity!
Have you thought about an outdoor cinema but wondered if it would be worth the cost? Smart Digital Australia sent us their new product, the Backyard Home Cinema, to road test and we are hooked!
Here is how we have been using it for the last week: