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Fun (And FREE) Activities With Kids At Home

Mummy Confession: I’m not rich. So sometimes, I use things around the house to keep my kids entertained. For this post, I have collaborated with fellow Mummy-Blogger Nicola from MummytoDex.com . Feel free to check out her Blog and the great things she has going there from Baby Food Recipes to Everyday Life Posts. Here are 10¬†activities to keep babies and toddlers entertained with things you can find around the house! Free and fun! You can get as creative or simple as you wish with these – the sky is the limit! Some of these activities require close monitoring, so Read More

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Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas!

Mummy Confession: I’m all for sappy, cliche, lovey-dovey things! So, I figured I would compile a list of suggestions for Valentines Day. Take note, these can be used Year-round anyways, but I know that many people buy gifts for Valentines as well. And, just in case you leave it until the last minute, check out this compiled list of last minute gifts. Even if you don’t do “the Valentines thing” then keep these in mind for birthdays, Christmases, and other gift giving occasions! This post was not sponsored by or paid for by any of the following companies, but it Read More

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Teething: Where Sleep Goes To Die.

Mummy Confession: I despise teething. With every ounce of my being, I abhor the teething stage. My poor, helpless child, who has no idea about what is going on, is in pain. He can’t tell me about it. All he does is cry. No apparent reason for this, but as I open his mouth, I peer in and see them. It looks different than yesterday, and two spots are starting to resemble parking spots for his first pearly whites. Surely he is too young for this treachery? Teething is the bane of existence for any infant or toddler and their Read More

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7 Magic Sleep Tools

Mummy Confession: I do not cope well with broken sleep. I am probably a grumpier person since having children for this reason. (This post contains affiliate links. See disclosure policy for details.) My kids have all been horrendous sleepers. My first finally slept through the night at two years old. Yes, you read correctly, two years. Until that point, I was waking somewhere between 2-8 times a night (obviously more often when she was a newbie) and running on a total of around 4 or 5 hours of very broken sleep. By the time she was sleeping through, though, there Read More

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The Wubbanub and Avent Pacifiers

Mummy Confession: I’ve always been jealous of the adorable pacifiers the United States has on offer.¬† Disclosure: This post is not sponsored by or affiliated with Philips Avent and other products mentioned and all opinions given are my own. However this post contains affiliate links. A small commission made be made from qualifying purchases. I thankfully encourage you to use these to help keep this blog going. My children were all very picky with their pacifiers. My first found one that worked for her fairly quickly, but this was not so with my second. We sorted through round, orthodontic, and Read More