An Alternative Gift Guide for Mother’s Day.
Every year for the past three years on Mother’s Day, I receive a barrage of emails up to a month before offering to “give her what she really wants” or “treat her” this Mother’s Day followed by streams of pretty pictures of candles, jewellery, wine, chocolates, and flowers. One year I saw a kitchen aid
With Christmas around the corner, we’re always on the hunt for little ‘stocking fillers’ for the toddler. From little toys to books, we always on the look out for bargain fillers. Find me a gift FindMeAGift.co.uk is a website catered for finding gifts for any occasion and any member of the family. There’s also an
Last week, I was invited to the Department Store for the Mind, which is a new pop-up shop for Brighton just for the Christmas period. Based in Trafalgar Street, Brighton (just down the road from the station) it’s a gorgeous little shop for those that wish to seek out some calm and mindfulness. Now, before you
There are a handful of things I’ve become obsessed with over the past few months… Babywearing, T’s feet, geek wear for babies, wooden toys, and leggings. I love babies in leggings. If their fudgey thighs weren’t delicious enough, put them in some leggings and you turn their fudgey thighs into double chocolate fudgey thighs. Leggings
Now that the winter is well and truly here, I need to think about extra layers when it comes to feeding T out and about. Annoyingly, I can’t just take myself off to a cafe anymore for warmth as T gets easily distracted with the sounds around him. Apart from when T was teeny, and I
For some unknown reason I can’t wear hats. They just don’t like me. The only hats I can wear are beanie style ones; probably because they can stretch. I often see hats in snowboarding or surf shops that I’d to love to wear but as soon as I put them on they either don’t fit