BAGS FOR LIFE NOT JUST FOR BABIES

(Note: I know you’ll probablyΒ go straight to the pics/ prouducts and I know I have wittered on a bit but do read my ramblings so you can see why I’ve chosen the bags I have!)

Β I have seen many changing bag monstrosities. For some reason perfectly stylish people can fall at this hurdle. Yes, I do accept that once you have a baby who needs a zillion changes of clothes a day and sicky muslins, wet wipes and breadsticks become a permanent fixture Continue reading

Make a splash Part II

The practical things…

Now, these are the sensible things that are really not stylish in any way, but are essential for safety and for making life easier on your well deserved holidays. I sound soΒ mumsy and so boringΒ now don’t I? I’m not I promise πŸ™‚

I always hated those uv rash vests, I still do. Continue reading

April showers

Dressing for a rainy day..

I know we all go on about it, butΒ we really do suffer theΒ most unpredictable weather in this blumin’ country. Particularly at this time of year, it’s pretty impossible to know how to dress from one day to the next. It can be gloriously sunny and from nowhere you’ll be stranded in the mother of all hail storms. You’re left in your soggy ballet pumps, wondering whether your kids are going to get pneumonia while drying off. It really is crazy.

Anyhoo, a cool pair of wellingtons and a light weight rain coat Continue reading

BOY OH BOY

Β How I dress my toddler boyΒ 

I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised when I entered the realm of baby boys’ clothes when Rupert was born. I think boys can be a lot more casual than girls without looking scruffy. Plus you can have a bit more fun with motifs and things (never with colours. I avoid orange and green at all costs.)

Rupert’s daily uniform is a loose, collarless shirt or henley long sleeve tee with comfortable harem joggers or soft cords. He doesn’t haveΒ any jeans and I don’t see the need for them. Especially while he’sΒ crawling and climbing so much. Continue reading