New Baby 0-18 Months Advice

Every mum and dad to be need lots of advice! Having a new baby can be such a stressful and yet joyous time. Hope our tips below help out a little and give you the support you really need.

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Top Tips for Surviving a Baby and a Toddler

I knew it was going to be tough; it’s why I put it off for as long as I did. There are, in fact, fleeting moments when I think ‘I’ve got this’, and allow myself a metaphorical clap on the back for bossing life as a mum of two. However,…

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Coping in the Workplace after Maternity Leave

When you’re on Maternity Leave, especially those first few months, all you’re thinking about is your newborn baby, and maybe when you’ll find the time to sleep ever again. Most mums aren’t thinking about what their next step is, they’re enjoying being a Mum and learning everything about their newborn….

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The Importance of Having Support as a Mum

Having had my first child almost eight years ago, and with three children in tow, you might think I have this mum thing down to a fine art by now. But the truth is, I still feel like I’m winging it most days. When I had my first baby, I…

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First Family Holiday

Written by Mrs Shilts Going on holiday with a baby can be really exciting. With lots of memories to make and lots of firsts to enjoy. But it can also be incredibly daunting. In my experience, the key to a fantastic first family holiday is all in the preparation before…

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Essentials You Really Need in the First Six Weeks

Written by Mrs Shilts When you’re expecting a baby, it can be overwhelming thinking about all the stuff a newborn needs. In reality, they don’t really need that much stuff; they just need love (plenty of cuddles), warmth (appropriate clothing), milk (obviously) and security (somewhere safe to sleep). But what…

New Baby 0-18 Months Advice

Essential Baby Nursery Tips

We asked our customers for their #essentialnurserytips from one parent to another. Little snippets of wisdom and what they wish that they’d known before putting together their baby’s nursery. Take a look at our nursery bedding collections for inspiration. Here are their top 10 baby nursery tips: 1. Safety First…

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3 Tips to Help Busy Mums get to the Gym

By Susanne from Ghostwritermummy If there’s one thing I’ve learned since I started going to the gym it’s that there are days (many of them) where I literally have to make time to go. I’m busy. Very busy. Four children, a business to run and a husband who works away…

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Craft Ideas for Outgrown Baby Clothes

5 Craft Ideas for Outgrown Baby Clothes Written by Holly from Little Pickle’s Mom I get sentimental about everything. I find myself getting attached to the weirdest of things because I love the memories I get to relive. Like a pair of stones Pickle once clutched so tightly and fell…

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Why am I always so Disheveled?

Written by Holly from Little Pickle’s Mom Change There are some things about my physical appearance that have noticeably changed since becoming a parent. The ‘Mum-Tum’, dark eye bags and ever-changing breastfeeding boobs size were all to be expected. But I wasn’t quite prepared for the constant state of… well,…

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Celebrating your Baby’s First Christmas

Written by Mrs Shilts A baby’s first Christmas is a magical time for the whole family. It marks the beginning of new family traditions, experiences and it’s a special period to treasure family time with loved ones. Many families will always remember their baby’s first Christmas. From the gifts they…

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Figuring out Life as a Stay at Home Mum

Written by Holly from Little Pickle’s Mom I think part of me always knew I’d end up being a Stay at Home Mum. I kept telling myself throughout my pregnancy that I’d wait and see how I felt. You can never know how you’ll feel until it comes down to it……

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The Power of Online Friendships

By Susanne from Ghost Writer Mummy Thirteen and a bit years ago, I took a pregnancy test. And as the boldest of blue lines began to appear, my world started to shift. It was as though the ground beneath my feet was becoming softer, and I was suddenly more vulnerable,…