My Next Clothing Baby Picks

I absolutely adore buying Freya clothes and it’s very easy to get spendy when you’re on maternity leave and browse the shop fairly regularly. There are a few shops I can never resist which includes Next as their clothing is always on point. Here are a few of my favourite bits at the moment that are on my wish-list for Freya.

Cactus Blouse // 2 Piece Set // Rainbow Hoody

Flower Smock Dress // Cactus Layered Crew // Unicorn Embellished Jeans

I have seen a lot of Unicorns, Denim, Cacti trends of late and I am loving them. I can’t wait until Freya is a little bigger and toddling about as she will look adorable in some of these outfits.

Laura x

 

 

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Looking after Number One

No I am not talking about myself, or my husband; I’m talking about our new number one Freya.

*items in this post are gifted apart from the child obvs*

I was recently contacted and asked if Freya and I (and Bob) would like to review Bepanthen Nappy Care Ointment and put it to the test. I happily agreed on all of our behalf’s and quick as a flash a box of goodies for Freya arrived at the front door.

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Maternity Leave: 5 months in

I mentioned in a previous post that I’ve finally got my blogging mojo back and am trying to stay on top of writing up posts now. Unfortunately I now have a teething 5 month old to contend with so blogging is purely done when she’s in bed as mum life takes priority.

I love sharing new mama life with you and thought I’d share what my first 5 months of maternity leave has consisted of.

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Cleaning hahaha this is laughable in the first 10 weeks or so. I literally stressed my head off thinking about the cleanliness of my house and frantically running round at the weekend when Bob was at home to get it done. Eventually I remembered what everyone kept telling me; the cleaning would still be there and I needed to enjoy my time with Freya. I can confirm my house is generally pretty clean nowadays as I’ve got into a decent routine but it was extremely difficult.

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