In the last couple of months of my pregnancy with Jelly Bean I was asked if I would like to trial the new Maternity/Nursing range from The Essential One before their launch in January. I would have liked to have posted about this sooner to coincide with their launch but with Jelly Bean arriving on . . . → Read More: Review: The Essential One – Perfect for Mums-to-Be, Babies and Nursing!
Three pregnancies down the line I feel quite qualified in giving advice on what’s good and what’s not when it comes to maternity and breastfeeding products. Thanks to my blog I have been privileged to test out some of the latest and greatest inventions to make maternity and breastfeeding that much easier and fun . . . → Read More: Bibee Dresses for Maternity and Breastfeeding
While it is perfectly normal for you to look great when pregnant – I lost count of the times people told me that I was ‘glowing’ – it is also perfectly normal for the symptoms of pregnancy to be difficult to deal with.
No doubt you will be suffering or will have suffered from . . . → Read More: Because I deserve it
For some ladies pregnancy is a breeze, their skins glows, their hair shines and they look a million dollars with a perfect little bump. For others there’s spots, greasy hair, sickness and a huge amount of weight gain. With my three pregnancies I have experienced both sides of the coin. This time around my . . . → Read More: How to make a pregnant lady feel Blooming Marvellous . . .
Ok, ok so I know I’m not exactly getting fat but I’m definitely getting bigger as Jelly Bean continues to grow stronger inside my rather football shaped tummy. It’s funny how each pregnancy produces a different shape, with Little Bean I could definitely have said ‘fat’ I was huge!!! With Beanie Boy I didn’t put . . . → Read More: Winter is coming and Mummy’s getting fat . . .
When it comes to being pregnant I can honestly say the worst part for me is bras for the rather enlarged bosoms that come part and parcel of pregnancy. I worked for many years at a high street retailer who was famous for their gorgeous underwear and I developed quite a penchant for undergarments and . . . → Read More: Review: Belvia Bra for maternity?
This morning as I hunted through my wardrobe for something to wear I realised it was time for me to go shopping again. So far in this pregnancy I have been lucky enough to have the weather on my side and be able to get away with floaty dresses and maternity shorts or leggings but . . . → Read More: No fun maternity clothes shopping . . .
Next have been dressing the world for as long as I can remember, shopping trips with my Mum always ended up with a trip to Next so it stands to reason that I should carry on shopping there myself. They always have a large range of stylish fashions at an affordable price and their sales . . . → Read More: Next.co.uk make shopping easy!
I first heard about Seraphine just after I had given birth to Beanie Boy, so unfortunately I was a few months too late to be able to adorn my growing bump with their gorgeous maternity fashions. I do distinctly remember complaining in both of my previous pregnancies that I had found it hard to . . . → Read More: Seraphine & Me!
A few months ago I decided it was about time I got myself into gear and started to tone up what was left of my post-pregnancy shape by joining the local gym. I was doing really well, I managed to go two or three times a week and had sorted out an exercise plan with . . . → Read More: Who knew Speedo did Maternity swimming costumes?!