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A Day in the (lockdown) Life

I’ve been meaning to do a working day and mum day in the life post for ages but, thanks to COVID-19, those two worlds have now collided! So instead, here’s a day in the lockdown life. It may be the most boring post you’ll ever read but I’m super nosey and love to read things…

DIY: Ikea Play Kitchen Hack

I wanted to do a little Ikea play kitchen hack (or Duktig as it’s known to its friends) for Eva’s birthday in September but because I wanted to make it look like our kitchen, I completely ran out of time! I decided to give it another go for Christmas…

An Honest Review of the Elvie Breast Pump

Time has flown by, we’re officially 14 months into breastfeeding and 3 months into expressing with the Elvie breast pump. I feel like I’ve used it more than enough to give an honest review so here it goes. I read SO many reviews before I bought mine so hopefully…

Eva’s 1st Birthday Party

This weekend we celebrated Eva’s very first birthday! We were surrounded by friends and family, cake and wine and the birthday girl had the best time despite having a cold (which we now all have of course).

I wanted to put together a little blog post with a few photos…

Farewell Maternity Leave

And just like that, a year has flown by! I’m officially back at work and trying my best to be a normal, functioning human being. The weirdest thing about it is how normal it feels already. Thank goodness for that!

It’s been a very daunting, worrying and stressful time running…

Our 9 Month Old Baby Routine

It’s been a while since I did a routine post, about 5 months in fact! Quite a bit has changed since my last post so I thought I’d pop a little 9 month old baby routine post up. I’m not sure if what I’m doing it ‘right’ but it…

My Breastfeeding Journey

I’ve been thinking about writing this post about my breastfeeding journey for a few months but because my story didn’t seem very exciting, I kept putting it off. After staring to write it and thinking about it a little more, it is actually pretty interesting and may be useful…