Skincare

New Skincare Routine – The Green People

I was recently gifted some lovely skincare from The Green People. I always enjoy using their products as they never irritate my highly sensitive skin. I have to be so careful with what I use as many products cause my skin to tighten and break out. Over the recent hot weeks we’ve had in the UK, my skin has really…

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Recipes

One-Pot Creamy Spinach Spaghetti Recipe

I love anything that requires minimal washing up. Therefore, I’m constantly coming up with new one-pot recipe ideas. It makes life a little easier and means you can spend less time at the sink – win win! This meal is the only thing Molly will eat when she’s teething. It’s great for baby led weaning to as it’s soft and…

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Parenting

Motherhood – an unrelenting sequence of guilt

mum guilt

Every mum will say the words, “I feel guilty”. It doesn’t matter what we do as mums, there will always be that creeping guilt that seeps into an aspect of our day. It might be that you chose to put the telly on first thing because you were just too tired to mum at 6am – in fact, you’re too…

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Recipes

Meat Free Fajitas Recipe

This recipe is very quick and easy – a perfect midweek meal. Fajita’s are always a great option when you want something quick, but tasty. I love those kind of dinners where you can lay everything out on the table and dig in. It’s somehow more sociable and enjoyable to eat this way. We usually buy the fajita box kits.…

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Recipes

The Ultimate Summer Smoothie

Watermelons are my favourite fruit – they’re the perfect summer snack. Great for little ones too. Sometimes it can prove challenging to entice a toddler to drink when they’re busy having fun in the sunshine! However, they can dehydrate very quickly so it’s important to keep them hydrated. Watermelons are perfect as a hydrating snack as they contain 92% water! …

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Parenting

Heatwave Mum Hacks!

Firstly, hello again! I’ve been away for a while due to feeling ovewhelmed with work, blogging and life as mum! I took on a new job when myself and Molly were poorly so I think it all felt a bit much. I couldn’t manage my personal social media on top of everything else. However, I never got rid of my…

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Parenting

Travelling & Holidays With A Toddler

We’ve just got back from a fantastic midweek break to Center Parcs, Longleat. I’ve been before a couple of times, but it was lovely going with Molly! My family also came along, but we stayed in separate lodges. It was great to go somewhere where you can literally feel stress and tension just melt away in an abundance of stunning…

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Parenting

Toddler Snack Ideas!

If there’s one thing that keeps a toddler happy, it’s snacks! It also keeps us mums happy too as we know a quick snack will give us a 5 min coffee break (5 mins may be too ambitious). Toddlers have small stomachs, but increasing appetites, so they have a tendency to graze. I try to stick to just two snacks…

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Parenting

Teething Toddler – A Whole New Ball Game!

Whenever a baby/toddler is a bit grizzly or under the weather, you’re likely to hear mums say, “must be their teeth”. I think it must be the most commonly used phrase by us mums – everything seems to come down to teething. It can feel like they’re just constantly teething! I suppose they are though, they have a whole set…

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Recipes

Vegetable Curry For Little Ones

This vegetable curry recipe isn’t just for little ones, but it’s made with little ones in mind! It’s mild with no added salt, but packed full of nutrients and flavour. I find that Molly enjoys curry more than any other food as it’s got more interesting flavours. If you’re giving this to a baby under 1 then I’d recommend slightly…

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