Mummy B

UK Family Lifestyle Blog

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Christmas Gift Guide For Him | Plus Giveaway


As the first of December approaches, I'm somewhat feeling a little at ease knowing that quite a lot of our Christmas shopping is done. The kiddies presents have been bought and are now hidden away ready to be wrapped and I'm slowly working my way through the list. However, one area that I always find hard work is gifts for my Husband. If I ask him what he would like his answer will always be "a motorbike", lacking the thousands of pounds this isn't likely to happen, so I have been coming up with some ideas of my own.

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Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Tips for Managing Family, Work & Studying Online


Managing a family while working and studying at the same time can truly leave you stressed. If that’s not enough, a lot of people even criticise you for even considering to do all three things simultaneously. You hear the usual lines such as, “you have to make a choice – if you want to raise a family, stay at home and take care of your kids. You can’t be a good parent when your time is divided between many other things.” Unfortunately, too many parents believe it isn’t possible to end up choosing both or all three, and usually make the choice of remaining a full-time parent. However, thanks to the new trends in modern technology, juggling these three things is possible. You no longer necessarily need to make an “either, or” decision, but can finally have all three! Here are a few tips on how you can manage.


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Sunday, 13 November 2016

A New DITL Vlog

I have filmed again!

Enjoy folks.



Mummy B xoxox
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Saturday, 12 November 2016

Can you be a Mum and still Dream BIG?


When you're a mum sometimes life can become a little repetitive, wonderful and incredibly rewarding but a little repetitive. As a working mum, life is incredibly hectic and a constant juggling act. More often than not I feel that it's a juggling act where sometimes I drop the ball and I feel like I'm failing. Even though life can be overwhelming, I have a huge desire to still pursue my own dreams.

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Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Transitioning from Cot to Bed


As you may guess from the title of this post, we've made the transition from cot to bed. In fact, he's been in a bed for the past month and I've been really pleased with the transition. My little boy has taken after his sister and became a little Houdini at the young age of 13 months, both of them tried to escape from their cot's at this age and have had to catch both of them before they fell. For saying how different they are this is something they seem to have in common - trying to give their mamma a heart attack. You may feel that 13 months is very young, but I felt very uneasy letting him stay in his cot when I knew that he could climb out and potentially hurt himself. I decided to do the same as I did with my daughter and swap the cot for a toddler bed.

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Saturday, 5 November 2016

Breastfeeding Post 12 Months


Henry will be 14 months old in three days time and we're still continuing with our breastfeeding journey. Some people may query whether you should continue to breastfeed after a baby turns one, or even when the right age to stop breastfeeding is.

For us, this is still something I am unsure on. To me, Henry doesn't appear to be ready to stop at 14 months. He feeds pretty much just at night now and we're comfortable continuing with this. We haven't substituted any of his feeds with formula or cows milk, as we really don't see the need. He's happy and content and even if I am longing for a full nights sleep and struggle with acrobatic feeding that usually entails, we're still happy breastfeeding. 

So are there any benefits to breastfeeding beyond a year?


Well quite simply, breast is best. Yup, that old chestnut. You will all know if you're a longtime reader, my experience with Darcie (my first child) was very different and she was formula fed from six weeks. I don't have anything against formula feeding mums, nor would I ever want any mum to ever feel inferior just because of the way they choose to feed their child. That's not my thing and I don't get off on making mums feel shit. However, I do think it is worth exploring the benefits of extended breastfeeding if there are any mums approaching this point and wondering whether to continue or not, just like me.
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