Crafty Maman – A Bandana Bib Tutorial

Crafty Maman – A Bandana Bib Tutorial

A Guest Blog Post from Laura Houel Dribble bibs are one of those Marmite baby garments… you either love them or hate them, and I must admit I wasn’t a massive fan until I discovered these bandana style bibs that look so cute and can dress up a pretty plain outfit easily. I also really, really dislike doing the washing, and new baby means a LOT of washing, so anything to lessen the load, as it were, is what I want to be doing… and these genius little triangles of… View Post

PTSD ain’t just for Soldiers

PTSD ain’t just for Soldiers

A Guest Blog Post from Danielle Parry It’s daunting isn’t it, being a first time mum. Sure the initial shock does settle after seeing those little blue lines (or the word pregnant if you splash out on a clear blue), the excitement creeps in, and you find joy buying newborn sleepsuits, baby bath, even cotton buds and sudocrem fills you with little butterflies. Those nine months are a whirlwind of emotions, add a side order of pregnancy hormones and it can be a little overwhelming. But time waits for no… View Post

It’s My Wardrobe and I’ll Cry …

It’s My Wardrobe and I’ll Cry If I Want to

A Guest Blog From What The Schujj So. The mayor of Corsica, Ange-Pierre Vivoni has decided to ban the burkini because it’s necessary to “protect the population”. Well fucking hell Ange…! Not only do you have enough swag to carry off a woman’s name, you’ve now completely made Corsica THE safest Island in the world. Bravo!! You may be sat there thinking “burk what…?” Or like me, you’re thinking Ange is a right old Berkshire hunt. Either way, I’ll enlighten you. The burkini is a modest swim suit that could… View Post

Life with 2 at 22 – Being a Young Mum

Life with 2 at 22 – Being a Young Mum

A Guest Blog Post from Chloe Ryland I fell pregnant with Harry when Matt and I were 16 years old and slap bang in the middle of our A-Levels. Shocked was an understatement to be quite honest. I found out very late on that I was pregnant; people knew, I knew too but I guess I was in denial, scared of what people thought and I just couldn’t handle all of the chatting behind my back so I didn’t want to tell anyone. I do feel guilty now for Matt… View Post

An Extraordinary Ordinary Day

An Extraordinary Ordinary Day

A Guest Blog Post from Jennifer Dewett 7.32 AM – Skyler is dozing in her swing chair post feed and Zach is sat watching kids TV. I make a run for the stairs and halfway up I hear Zach shouting for his “ducky” so I run up into his room to retrieve it. 7.37 AM – Having successfully made it to the bedroom, I find my husband peacefully sleeping and I try to remove all murderous thoughts from my head while I gently (prod hard in the back) wake him.… View Post