Paddington Bear Totseat – Review

I was first introduced to the Totseat in early 2010 when Aunty Custard had seen another friend using one with her baby and decided it was literally the most genius thing ever so ordered one for Ben – yes Aunty Custard is as awesome as the Totseat itself! Suitable from around 8 months the Totseat can be attached to pretty much any dining chair (it’s been tested on over 900 chairs!) – admittedly some are easier than others but we’ve rarely failed to attach is safely when we’ve needed to.  The design of the seat means that it’s fully flexible for different chairs and children – there’s no messing about with sizes and so forth.  It’s easy to tighten the top of the seat for a narrower chair, the fastenings around the back are fully adjustable to ensure your child is securely fastened in and the bottom of the seat…

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Cuddledry Apron Towel – Review

Cuddledry Apron Towel – Review

I first came across the genius Cuddledry apron towel at The Baby Show when Ben was about 6 months old.  I remember thinking it was … View Post
She said Mummy!!! (and other things too!)

She said Mummy!!! (and other things too!)

This morning I was woken up by the best sound ever, by my little girl shouting “Mummy” from her cot!  It’s just as … View Post
Fourteen Months Old – Amy Watch

Fourteen Months Old – Amy Watch

And another month slips by and today our Bo is 14 whole months old. She’s changed a lot over the last month, it has … View Post
Daddy!

Daddy!

   The pictures say it all really but after threatening it for the last few days, today there was no doubting it.  … View Post
Lovably Me – Review

Lovably Me – Review

A little while ago I was invited to explore the family run, boutique children’s gift store www.lovablyme.co.uk – the company is … View Post
Treating those #littlesniffles with Dentinox & Snufflebabe – Review

Treating those #littlesniffles with Dentinox & Snufflebabe – Review

This is not a face any mummy wants to see . . . My poor snotty baby With two older siblings in school now, poor Amy really … View Post