The Importance Of Your Pelvic Floor | Fix East Village

The pelvic floor is an area that we’ve all heard about and we all ‘kind of know’ about.  But many, myself included, tend to not really think much about it unless reminded (when we might do some quick kegels.. before… Continue Reading

Making Friends As A New Mum| Pal App

Friends come from all walks of life.  You’ll have friends that have lasted from your school days.  Friends that you’ve made from work.  Friends you’ve made through other friends and so on. But the hardest time to make friends is… Continue Reading

What To Expect When You’re Expecting| Kiddicare & NCT

Before you embark on a having children, notions of babies and how to raise them never seem that hard. And then that first pregnancy starts to take its toll.  It’s the first time that you suddenly realise that perhaps raising… Continue Reading

10 Things You Have To Give Up When You Have Kids| Mythbuster

There’s no denying it kids change your life from the moment that double line shows up on a pregnancy test.  Instead of that enjoyable hedonistic lifestyle, you’re suddenly forced to reign it in. All those things you once enjoyed become… Continue Reading

Baby Jogger City Select Lux| Review

At the end of my post on the event for the Baby Jogger City Select Lux, I promised you a full review of this new stroller. I was enamoured by the stroller when I heard all about its capabilities during… Continue Reading

A Growing Family| Baby Jogger City Select LUX

Back in 2013 before Little London was born we knew the potential for our family to grow was going to be quite high on the agenda.  So buying a stroller that we could use with him and then hopefully keep… Continue Reading

Baby Jogger City Tour| Review

There are two types of pram I think every parent will purchase.  And if they purchase well, they’ll be the only two prams a parent will ever need to purchase irrelevant of children. The first pram is the travel system.… Continue Reading

Bonding With Your Baby| What A Baby Really Needs

Having a second child has given me loads of time to look back at how I was when I was a first time mum. And I’ve realised many of the mistakes and the unrealistic pressures I put upon myself. I… Continue Reading

Your Birth Plan| Care Quality Commission

I was 29 years old when I became a mum. It’s not a bad age to become a first time mum, although personally I did feel I was slightly young to be embarking on such a big life change.  I… Continue Reading