June 16: It’s Oxfam’s Dressed By The Kids Day

If you've always wanted to get involved with a charity event but didn't know where to start, add Friday 16th June to your diary right now. It's Oxfam's Dressed By The Kids Day! Source: Oxfam So, you may be wondering what Oxfam's Dressed By The Kids Day is all about? It's a one day event … Continue reading June 16: It’s Oxfam’s Dressed By The Kids Day

My thoughts on the future of mummy bloggers…

In conjunction with Innovation Company’s study on the future of blogging. I started my blog just under two years ago and have seen it grow which is a big success to me. I've had the chance to work with brilliant brands and am quite proud of myself for still being here and blogging nearly two years … Continue reading My thoughts on the future of mummy bloggers…

24hr Giveaway! Win Two Tickets to the Ideal Home Show in London Olympia

Yes you read it right. Your eyes have not been deceived. One lucky winner will receive not one but two tickets to the Ideal Home Show, thanks to CLC World Resorts. This is one show that I keep missing each year it gets held, last year I couldn't find childcare in time (I found out about … Continue reading 24hr Giveaway! Win Two Tickets to the Ideal Home Show in London Olympia

It’s okay to not be OK…

I came across a post on Sunday which resonated deeply within me. A post that could've been written more or less by myself. So much so that my original post (which I'd deleted)  has now been re-written with a dedication to Aleena from Mummy Mama Mum for encouraging me to publish this. Thank you!  For me, if it's … Continue reading It’s okay to not be OK…

What was the last thing your child needed?

I read a post on the World Vision blog and a couple of other mummy blogs answering the question, "what was the last thing your child needed?" and wanted to give my little response and thoughts on the question. The last thing my children needed was pretty much the basics... food and changing. Changing nappies for Baby Girl, … Continue reading What was the last thing your child needed?