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Introducing Mummy's boys

Thursday, 9 August 2018  |  Admin


Here at Mummy’s boys, I have two darling boys, aged 5 and 3, and am currently expecting baby boy number 3. Despite this being my third, I'm still excited for that new baby smell, his soft hair, endless cuddles, and guinea-pig-like squeals when he wants attention. I love the way newborns grip your finger tightly as though they know you're safe and I intend on fully enjoying every minute of this last baby, except perhaps for the colic, sleepless nights and exploding nappies.


Although I'm well aware they don't stay babies for long - though that phase never zoomed past at the time with mine as they were premature - I'm all about enjoying the present this time and making life as easy as possible. I was never particularly neurotic or worried with my first I don't think, but I'm more relaxed with each baby that comes along, and that's good for both of us.


As I have mentioned before, I would like to try some new things this time, perhaps baby massage if I can make enough time somehow, and I'd also love to try some different brands of baby essentials (and non-essentials if money allows). Mummy & Little Me stock a fabulous range of all things Mummy and baby, and I particularly love their 'Gifts Women Want' range which I look forward to expanding upon in a later post.


In terms of those very first days and weeks, I think it would make every day so much more enjoyable (and let's face it, sometimes just bearable) if muslin cloths were pretty. All ours have been plain white so far and needless to say, they don't stay white for long. I have recently discovered Aden + Anais Musy's Birdsong muslins {available from Mummy & Little Me), which have beautiful designs and a multitude of uses from burp cloths to changing mat covers. They also make matching blankets and comforters which are absolutely adorable. Admittedly, they're not going to stop that surge of anger you feel when your baby sicks up most of your precious milk you've just spent an hour feeding him with, and he still won't sleep, but it's the little things that keep us going.



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