So as you know Frankie is in disposable nappies, he never really liked the bulk of cloth nappies and he always leaked no matter what I tried. He was in size 5 for awhile, then he outgrew them or so I thought so I moved him onto size 5+. The next size up, obviously. (more…)
Having recently given the Slumbersac sleeping bag with feet a rather glowing review I have a Slumbersac to giveaway to one My Little Babog reader. (more…)
A couple of months back Slumbersac approached me and offered a Slumbersac sleeping bag of my choice for one of the babogs. And of course, being a huge fan of baby sleeping bags it was an offer I couldn’t refuse. I choose to review one of their new sleeping bags WITH FEET. Who knew such things even existed? (more…)
Silent labour, have you ever heard the likes? Well, Ellen of bumpsandroundabouts.com has had two silent labours to date – lucky duck right? Today she shares her silent labour birth story of her first born, the adorable little Aidan. (more…)
It was my birthday on Wednesday, and as much as I wasn’t in the humour of celebrating because I couldn’t see a thing I had a great day with the gremlins. They made me breakfast in bed and ate it too. They cleaned the playroom before school then wrecked it again just before we left. They sent me flowers and ate the accompanying chocolates. Joe even organised the family together for a cake that evening, I ate it with a fork (more…)
It’s getting pretty close to my due date now, in fact, I’ve less than a month till little miss arrives. As each and every wonderful birth story comes in I’m constantly wondering how this labour will go. I’ve had three natural, spontaneous and very quick labours, will this one be the same? This week reader Cathy O Brien has sent her little Hannahs birth story in, from breech to induction to an emergency c-section she shares it all. Hope you enjoy this weeks installment. (more…)
Following my review of the Oblumi tapp, a small innovative device that allows you to take your child’s temperature through a medically accurate infrared sensor when connected to a mobile phone – I have one to giveaway.
The Oblumi tapp, an infrared digital thermometer is a small innovative device that allows you to take your child’s temperature through a medically accurate infrared sensor when connected to a mobile phone. (more…)
My army of tiny people has formed a coalition. They have tag teamed. They are working together to try to break me. The boy and the babog, they are clever. Not clever enough it seems, though. I’m on to them.
Can you believe it’s week ten of the birth story series? I’m delighted how it has taken off, and the variety of birth stories that have been featured. Don’t forget if you want to share yours whether you are a blogger or not, get in touch. This week Katie of Boy Geeks Girl shares her birthing tale. It’s one of my favourites, the witt and humour, everything about how it’s written. Hope you all enjoy… (more…)