Following on from my previous post, these are the nappies I’ve tried but haven’t worked out for us. They’re all good nappies with a solid fanbase, don’t get me wrong, and they all pretty much did the job, just not for as long as I wanted. Or with as much enthusiasm as Baby Bee’s output needs.… Continue reading Nappies I Have Known
Ha! I made a nappy pun. This is a nappy update. I lost the will to live doing all the reviews of all the nappies – I couldn’t keep up that what with all the TV boxsettery I have to do. So, my diapupdate is that I’ve tried them all. And then some. Updates on… Continue reading Diapupdate
Last winter they had skated here: his hand wrapped around hers – wool on wool. They had slept late, breakfasted on herring and milk, dumping the dishes in the sink before he filled the tartan flask. The sun streaked ice was busy with school children and workers on their lunch breaks, slicing blades and giddy… Continue reading Friday Fiction #1
I was going to post this over on another blog I have (I am clearly a blog hoarder – I have THREE, man) but thought that actually, while it’s not about mothering, it is about me and as I’m a geriatric mother, I should put it here. No-one wants to read about mothering all the… Continue reading Friday Fiction Challenge
I found these lovely British nappies via a post on Ghostwritermummy’s blog during my intense research phase. I was originally looking for information on the new TotsBots Peenut (which she liked but had a ‘poor’ rating for absorbency on thenappylady so I decided to skip) and she referenced her favourite nappies as Baba & Boo. So of COURSE,… Continue reading Baba & Boo
Every time I say Charlie Banana I hear ‘you put a banana in the tailpipe*’ in my head. BaNAna. Not like how us Brits say it: Banarrrna. BaNAna. *Ten points if you can identify the film that quote’s from 🙂 Anyhoo. I’ve always had my eye on the BaNAnas – ever since I saw that stack… Continue reading Charlie Banana
Of COURSE you do. Because you haven’t had enough people ramming their ‘oh you must’s down your throat since you announced your pregnancy, right? So here goes: things I’ve learnt in these first four gripping months of motherhood: You can NEVER have too many places for a baby to sleep. We have: the cocoonababy, the… Continue reading Hey! Want some more advice?