Earlier this year we booked our first family holiday as a 3 and it’s now given me the itch to book another family break. I’ve been looking at places to visit and would absolutely love to go back to London now we are 3 and take Freya to some of the sites. (Yes I’m aware she won’t remember much at this age but that’s not the point). So it got me thinking and I wanted to put together a little bucket list of top attractions to visit in London that are perfect for the family.
It’s not a lie that when it comes to baby clothes, I have a bit of a shopping addiction; great for Freya but not so great for the bank balance of someone on maternity leave!
When it comes to shopping for her, I try to think practically now she is trying to move about more but I can’t help myself when it comes to cute outfits and shopping for girls is definitely fun. I recently went to Tu at Sainsburys and picked up a few bits in 9-12 months upwards as she has so much already for 6-9 months, but I’m slowly starting to fill that size as all the shops are having sales at the moment. Here are the items I picked up for her.
I fell in love with the print on this top and leggings set immediately and bought them in 9-12 months.
March is National Bed Month so I thought it reasonably apt to talk about sleep and particularly sleep when you become a parent for the first time and have no idea what to expect.
Whilst I was pregnant I was constantly told to enjoy sleep while I could as once the baby was here, it would all change. Talk about Negative Nancy’s eh? I’ll be frank and tell you that the first 10 weeks were difficult especially when you would wake up to feed 3-4 times a night but gradually it got better and Freya decided to sleep through the night.
Since then I’ve tried numerous lotions and potions to try to help me sleep sounder and make sure I get a better night’s rest to tackle the day ahead with a baby. For the last few weeks I’ve been testing out Feather & Down luxury Pillow Spray and seeing if it really does help you sleep better.