Last Friday was a very exciting day indeed. We were invited by Netmums to attend the press launch of This Morning Live. This was held in the studio of This Morning itself, at ITV in The London Television Centre. The event was full of fun and information about This Morning Live, which is being held at the NEC Arena, Birmingham from 18th-21st May 2017. Continue reading “This Morning Live – Press Launch”
When I was offered the chance to review Sudocrem Care & Protect cream, I was intrigued. I’ve only used normal Sudocrem before and found it brilliant. It’s been around for over 80 years. In fact, my mum used it on my brother and I when we were babies and swore by it. I’d been using it for spots for years before I used it on Autumn’s nappy rash. Recently, she’s been teething and this seems to have made the nappy rash situation worse! Continue reading “Sunday Review: Sudocrem Care & Protect”
21st April marks National Tea Day and I’m wondering “Why do British people love drinking tea so much?”
Today, the 21st of April, marks National Tea Day. There can’t be many more British things to celebrate than it. We have loved it since it first arrived on our shores in the 18th century. Whenever people gather together, they drink tea. Whenever something shocking happens, it is made to help. Continue reading “Tea: Why do British people love it?”
Does the size of the stone in the engagement ring really matter?
As I’ve previously mentioned, when Dave and I got engaged I was 18 and he’d turned 19 the day before. He was in college, only had a Saturday job and most of his money from that went towards petrol and car maintenance in order to get to work and college. As such, he didn’t have much money spare to buy me an engagement ring and had put a lot of the money he received for his birthday the day before towards it. Continue reading “Engagement ring – does size matter?”
When you’re a parent, one of the last things you want is for your car to break down. With children in the car, a breakdown becomes even more of a nightmare! While you’re on the way to pick them up is potentially worse. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to make this situation less likely. Continue reading “Car maintenance tips to avoid breakdown”
Last week, my Mum and I decided to pay a visit to Rochester. I love Rochester, with its many pubs and eateries. It also has a lovely variety of quirky shops, perfect for finding gifts for people or something unusual for yourself. I think it is one of the few places where you could probably find something for everyone. Continue reading “Mrs Tickit’s Pantry and Rochester High Street”
I heard of Sassy Bloom subscription boxes long before I found out I was pregnant. When I was offered the chance to review one, I thought I’d give it a go! Continue reading “Sunday Review: Sassy Bloom Subscription Box (6 month old girl)”
When I found out I was pregnant last January I’d just turned 24 years old. I was the same age in September when I gave birth to Autumn. I thought that was probably quite average, I didn’t think it was that young to become a mum for the first time. However, when I started going to baby groups I usually found that I was the youngest there. In one of the groups, a first time mum was only a few months younger than my mum! Continue reading “Are young parents bad parents?”
How do you choose a date to get married on?
Here’s a guide to put you on the right track!
Congratulations, you’re engaged. Hopefully you’ve got through the “I’m engaged, now what?” phase and are now trying to work out how to pick a date for your wedding.
Hopefully this list of 4 things you should consider will help! Continue reading “How to choose a date for a wedding”
We had a lovely day out on Saturday (8th April). We went to the Baby & Toddler Show at Sandown park in Surrey. I’m always on the look out for new brands whose products I can try with Autumn. Of course, being a blogger, I’m always interested in working with brands too! Later in the afternoon we found some Lindt bunnies at Bluewater before we went home. Continue reading “Baby & Toddler Show at Sandown Park and Bluewater Bunnies”