Dust and Things is a nifty little family business based in the UK who create one of a kind personalised gifts for special occasions. They contacted me early last month to see if I’d be interested in reviewing a product of my choice from their site, and having found the personalised baby keepsake box, I couldn’t refuse. It was the perfect size customized keepsake box to keep Kadie’s bump memorabilia and items throughout her first year, something I do for all my little babogs. (more…)
Isn’t it magical how our bodies create tiny life? However in return, we succumb many obstacles. Obstacles I won’t miss that’s for sure. Here’s a list of things I won’t miss about being pregnant:
I can’t believe we are on week six of the birth story series, the weeks are flying by before I know my fourth babog will be here. This week Laura Begley, a My Little Babog reader is sharing her induction/emergency c-section story as part of the series. I hope you enjoy it and a big thank to Laura for sharing it with us… (more…)
Lads, I have a new obsession and it’s not even 24hrs old. I’m piecing together my hospital bag over the next month and it got me thinking… Wouldn’t it be cool if there was a newborn nightdress type thing, and well there is. Thanks to my trusted Irish Parenting Blogger pals, namely www.theclothesline.ie. They exist in the name of bundlers. (more…)
The Little Stork and My Given Name is a magical personalised children’s books written and created by Kevin Tyler, and illustrated by Pushan Chakravarty. The Little Stork and My Given Name was created to send positive messages to kids in an adventurous read, and we received a deluxe hard case book for Kayla to review worth £23.90 (softbound is £19.95). (more…)
Been a grand couple of weeks. Some nice weather, bit of a breeze to keep cool. Joe even made me a washing line… He told me he’d get me one of those wind-up yokes. (more…)
The third child, fourth pregnancy, and I am still learning daily. Not one day has gone by that I haven’t learned something new about pregnancy or parenting.
This week Rebecca from Young and Hitched is sharing her birth story, a water birth. I’m not going to lie, I’m a tad bit jealous. I’ve always wanted a water birth but it would take longer to fill a basin with how quick my labours have gone. Grab a cuppa, it’s a long but beautiful story.
Mammy guilt is well and truly alive, and it has really hit me in the past week. My first-born had me all to herself, and now she’s six and I’m pregnant for the third summer in a row. Last year I pushed myself, although a lot easier with just the one babog. We were up and out on mini adventures, exploring, now I’m overwhelmed with the constant needs and wants that come with parenting and small children.
My toddler is mad, fact. I really don’t know where I got him from. He’s a walking, non-talking mischievous little bugger. I keep saying kids will be kids to myself but my toddler has his own set own rules that he lives off. It’s his way or the highway… (more…)