I once went to do my local supermarket during the hottest hours of the day, I needed to do a top up shop and was planning to eat at the café too. My daughter was around 18 weeks old and had recently gone from the pram style to the buggy style of my travel system.
Like most mums I took nearly my entire house just incase I needed anything.
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We live by the beach. So when the weather warms up not only do we see beautiful sunrises and sunsets, but along comes the uncomfortable, don’t know what to do with ourselves heat.
First thing I open most windows to get a nice cross breeze. If we’ve had an uncomfortable nights sleep then I’ll strip the beds.
I try to have the washing cycle finished by 10am ready for the drying cycle on our washing machine. Ours takes 2 hours and 40 minutes to dry the laundry but I can pause it and open the door if I need to go out. I always have the kitchen window open too!
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I’ve always been into some sort of craft growing up. From jewellery making, to card making.
Luckily my partner and father of my child is the creative too. He loves to draw freehand.
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When my daughter was born we were anti-dummy. Even when she was in her Special Care Baby Unit we signed a form saying that we didn’t want her to have one.
Until one day, my mother-in-law came to visit and my 8 week old daughter, at the time, just wouldn’t settle. My mother-in-law said to try it, she may not like it.
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I love storage, anything that keeps my home tidy I use.But when we moved home I bagged up all my daughters clothes she’d outgrown in several bags (most went to charity or sold on social sale pages), they ended up stuck in her built in wardrobe along with my seasonal clothes for months.
Out of sight out of mind, right? Well I now need that space and I do have storage space under my bed, which is awkward to get to / find the right size boxes for.
Until I found vacuum bags
*.What do you get?
6 x jumbo bags
1 x hand pump
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I first started looking into studying a course when my daughter was a few months old.
I couldn’t just be a stay a home mum and “just raise the baby”. I had to keep my mind busy too.
I started my first short course in March 2015. I was worried about being a part time student and a mum for the first time. The course was difficult but achievable. And it did fit easily around being a mum too.
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From when my daughter started weaning. I always said ‘Ta’ with a smile. She quickly picked this word up.
When she was 16 months old she started to learn to say Thank You. She would be playing, and give me a toy she’d say ‘thank you’, I’d accept the chosen toy and repeat back her thank you and ask her if she wants it back. If she does she’ll say ‘yes please, thank you mummy’
When playing with other children she loves to share and help. She always asks if their okay too.
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I love to bake and now my daughter has taken an interest its now even more fun!
On Good Friday, we went shopping for some baking kits. I usually bake from scratch but I wasn’t sure how long her attention span would be.
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I’d been thinking about changing my daughter’s room around for a while. I made a list of what needed doing and one Monday last month I decided to do it. She hadn’t learnt to climb out of her cotbed but I’d rather we prevent an accident first.
Time to change from a cotbed to a toddler bed.
She was 22 months when I did this, the reason I waited as I wanted to be sure that she could climb on and off our sofas in the living room safely.
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What’s in the box?
handset and roller head
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