I know exactly what you’re thinking, why am I promoting a bottle when I breastfeed Zara.Well, just because I breastfeed doesn’t mean I am against bottle feeding. In fact, I quite openly believe that ‘fed is best’ and however a baby is fed is no one else’s business.
Now, I completely formula fed Keira and I switched Joshua to formula when he was 3 months old so I know all to well the struggle a formula feeding parent has when out and about. There are so many different guidelines to follow regarding how to prepare formula, the NHS website has some great information but always check with the directions on the back of the formula box for how best to prepare. The one thing that always causes confusion is how to prepare a bottle of formula when out and about. Guidelines say that each bottle is to be prepared fresh with boiling water but this can cause problems when you’re not around a kettle to get that boiling water. There is a solution, in the formula of this amazing bottle.
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I have been tagged by Lisa at Pass the Prosecco… Please to do this really fun, and exciting tag. I always enjoy doing these sort of posts, they break up my usual nonsense and they offer a way of letting my readers find out a little bit more about me.
I love watching movies and I have had moments in my life where my life should have been a movie because it certainly would have attracted an audience!
Zara has a new toy and I think I love it just a little bit more than she does. Fisher-Price recently asked us to review the new Laugh & Learn Puppy’s Activity Jumperoo. I had just started looking for a jumperoo for Zara, so it was perfectly timed. There are so many on the market and I was finding it impossible to pick one. After having spent some time with this one, I couldn’t picture us having picked any other. I feel like this is the mother of all jumperoos.
Tantrums are the bane of my life right now. Everyone warned me about the terrible two’s and they were right to. That was an awful year for tantrums. Admittedly it started before Keira turned two, probably around 18 months, but they were terrible. There was no denying it.
What no one warned me about was just how much worse it got once they turned three years old. Wow! I am not kidding when I say the “terrible” two’s were quite pleasant compared to what we’re dealing with now! It’s made a million times worse now that Joshua has learnt how to throw a tantrum, although his are minor and easily treatable, he’s so stroppy but he’s easy to please with a cuddle.
We were recently asked if we would like to review the new monster toys range on the market from Fisher-Price. When I saw them, there was no was I could say no. I knew that my kids would be thrilled with these toys, and I wasn’t wrong.
This new monster toys range from Fisher-Price consists of 3 toys all aimed at 6 months+ and very reasonably priced. The toys not only look appealing, but they make the perfect addition to all toy collections.