Family Faves: Our Top 5 Apps
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Family Faves: Our Top 5 Apps

  Utilising your phone and downloading top apps as tools to help with the juggle struggle of modern life, need not be a matter of stretching the limits of screen time. Our top 5 apps, help bring us together as…

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Mum Life: Opting ‘Out’
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Mum Life: Opting ‘Out’

Baby blues hit me way harder than I thought possible, this time around. I mean once you become a multiple Mamma you’ve basically gone pro, right? I really feel I’m through the worst of it now though. The haze is…

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Wardrobing: Mum Friendly Fashion
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Wardrobing: Mum Friendly Fashion

Once you pop a sprog it often feels like being a mum equates to being fashion redundant. And to a point it can be true as there’s less time to keep up with the latest looks. But that doesn’t mean…

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Safety First: Sponsored by Fairy
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Safety First: Sponsored by Fairy

With Penelope having now mastered her crawl, I recently revisited the topic of child proofing. As children grow and develop they become ever curious. Putting their safety first can be an absolute nightmare but, is an unavoidable necessity! It’s one…

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Greater Manchester : Family Days Out
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Greater Manchester : Family Days Out

To quote The Beautiful South “What makes Britain great Makes Manchester yet greater!” As a Mumma with Southern Roots I have to confess Northern is my soul. I love London don’t get me wrong, but there’s nothing quite like family…

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Days Out: Ordsall Hall
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Days Out: Ordsall Hall

Slap bang in the middle of Salford, is a gorgeous oasis and perfect family day out! Ordsall hall, managed by Salford Community Leisure is a Grade 1 listed Tudor mansion. And perfect for Days out with little ones (or not),…

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Blogger Mamma: Amber Carly
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Blogger Mamma: Amber Carly

If there’s one thing I love the most about being a Blogger Mamma it’s all the other Blogger Mammas you get introduced to. Like Amber Carly for instance. Another over ‘sharenter‘ and fellow wins and woes writer. Amber is from…

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Vegan Turkish Pie: A Feast Box Review
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Vegan Turkish Pie: A Feast Box Review

This heart warming recipe for vegan Turkish pie, was introduced to us by the guys at Feast Box. They gifted us with our own Recipe Box to feast out on in return for an honest review. So, here’s how to…

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Postpartum Care: A Feminist Issue?
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Postpartum Care: A Feminist Issue?

I was asked the other day if postpartum care (or lack thereof) was a feminist issue. And it got me thinking. If say episiotomies or C-sections happened to arms or faces would they be deemed an epidemic? With those affected…

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Weaning: Meal Inspo
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Weaning: Meal Inspo

With both Theon and Penelope I’ve tried to follow what is often referred to as ‘baby led’. In some ways it’s great as you simply allow baby to lead the way by following their signs to feed. However, once they…

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Messy Middle: The Juggle Struggle
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Messy Middle: The Juggle Struggle

Every parent knows about the juggle struggle! But, wow has it been a hard couple of months! I think we’re through the messy middle for now. I’m almost ready to look back and attempt to laugh, maybe smile? Ok more…

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Recipe: Oat Loaf
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Recipe: Oat Loaf

Some times all you want in life is a snack (no matter the guilty pleasure) that can hug you from the inside out.  It’s easier said than done though when you’ve young prying eyes watching your every move. Our Apple…

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Parent Friendly: Kid’s Playroom Ideas
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Parent Friendly: Kid’s Playroom Ideas

In our house empty floor space is like prime real estate. It’s really easy for adult living space and kids play space to just blur in the constant battle for territory! But there are lots of simple tricks to use…

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Kids craft: Paper Penguin
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Kids craft: Paper Penguin

To craft this paper penguin you will need just: Black, white and orange paper or card, glue and a pencil. boggley eyes are optional, depending on how old your young co-crafter is. Crafting and creative play is extremely important for…

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Pregxit: Bring Down Your Borders
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Pregxit: Bring Down Your Borders

When you’re pregnant it’s so easy to give into your hormones. To build sky high walls around yourself and family in order to protect them. An ‘F’ the rest attitude can assimilate as nesting mode kicks in. Your Pregxit borders…

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Becoming ‘Mum’: 7 Stages of Grief
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Becoming ‘Mum’: 7 Stages of Grief

I think we’ve reached ‘The Upward Turn’ in our journey through the 7 stages of grief. I mean I didn’t cry the other day when Theon asked me what my name was. Not even when I realised I had officially…

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Baby First Aid: Newborn & Beyond
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Baby First Aid: Newborn & Beyond

I can’t stress enough how important baby first aid is. I remember when Yianni and I first brought Theon home. We leapt through the front door with our new bubba, running completely on euphoria. Then as all our guests finally…

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Vegan Month: With HECK #AD
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Vegan Month: With HECK #AD

With the help of HECK and their new plant-based range we’re celebrating world vegan month. Especially apt as the season of gluttony quickly approaches. Our challenge: to come up with some mouth-watering, vegan and veggie friendly dishes. Perfect for those…

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Anxiety: The Brave Worrier
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Anxiety: The Brave Worrier

I was going to talk anxiety stats. Promote awareness weeks and how we all need to come together. But the fact of the matter is people suffer from anxiety, not numbers. They suffer for more than a weeks worth of…

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Postnatal Care: Mums Unite
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Postnatal Care: Mums Unite

Just being a human generally is quite a difficult task, let alone being a human in charge of sustaining other smaller humans.  Don’t get me wrong, I know more than many how much of a privilege being able to become…

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