Friday, 14 June 2013
Wednesday, 12 June 2013
Tuesday, 11 June 2013
Pampers are celebrating ‘great mornings’ and asking mums to share pictures & their sleep tips for a chance to win a professional photoshoot and appear in Mother & Baby magazine!
You can tell just by looking at your baby’s beautiful morning face whether they’ve had a good night’s sleep or not, and Pampers want mums to show them what works for their baby to have a great start to the day.
With having five children I've tried every trick in the book but the one thing that worked for us was a good bedtime routine. We did the whole bath, feed, snuggle, put to bed awake thing but it didn't always work with each of my babies. With my eldest this was the perfect routine but with my middle daughter she hated having a bath before bed as she got over tired and my son absolutely hates baths so that was a total no no before bed.
My biggest tip is to find a routine that suits your baby and you. Happy mum equals happy baby and well rested baby equals an even happier mum!
The coordinators of this post and of the competition, Pampers, say their Baby-Dry nappies are recommended for up to 12 hours of Golden Sleep by 92% of UK mums*,
They are celebrating these great morning moments by inviting you to share images of the great morning moments you share with your little one along with your tip for a good night’s sleep.
Simply email a recent photo of you and your baby, and your tip in no more than 50 words to email@example.com.
Remember to include your address and a contact number.
A selection of the entries will be shared each week on the Pampers Facebook page, and three winners will be selected to have a professional photoshoot and appear in a Pampers advertorial in Mother & Baby magazine!
Good luck and treasure those baby days as they are gone in the blink of an eye :)
*based on a survey of 704 mums
Wednesday, 5 June 2013
Everytime I got close enough to grab it it floated futher off, I was getting tired so I made a lunge for it, grabbed it and got hubs to hold onto it.
At least he had something to hold onto now so I swam to get the other lilo, got him to hold onto my arm and I swam as hard and fast as I could to get us back to a depth where we could both stand up.
It felt like an enternity but we made it, I don't know how I managed to save him, I don't know how I managed to stay calm but we're both here to tell the tale.