And then he was two! Having a mummy moment!

So my little baby Beau is now two!!! Where has the time gone. I have had the best two years of my life and thank him each night that I put him to bed for being mine!

Toddler, turning two, 2nd birthday,

I’m pretty rubbish at printing out photos even though I have thousands of pictures and videos on my phone. I have also not really kept my record book as up to date as I probably should have (I find myself flicking back through my phone and backdating things!) So I decided that each year I will make a little video on Flipagram of his past year and write him a letter of all of his achievements, experiences, likes and dislikes and the things he does that makes us laugh! Tears are shed as I watch / read them back but so lovely to see how he has changed and relive some memories in a five minute video.

I feel so emotional about how fast he’s growing but equally excited about what each new day brings as he turns from baby to toddler to little boy.

Did anyone else get a huge lump in their throat as they hung up their baby changing bag and transferred its contents to a handbag? Or put the gro bag away and gave their babe a quilt and pillow for the first time? Just me being an over sensitive first time mummy?! Well these are two of my recent mummy milestones and it’s making me really think about how quickly the time goes and just how amazing the rate of a child’s development really is! At no other point in your life do you achieve so much on a monthly basis as you do in those early years. Although every year of a child’s life is important, the first five years is the period when a child’s brain develops more and faster than at any other time in their life.

Growing up, baby to toddler

Beau is just changing so much every week even. As I watch him climb a much thought out, man made tower of precariously balanced objects and dive into his ball pit like a stunt man, I think back to this time last year. He was only just crawling then and yet now I’m sure he runs faster than me, he definitely has more energy! He tells me his wants and needs rather than me guessing, eats with a big boy fork, has mini conversations and constantly makes me wonder where my baby has gone (while feeling super proud of his daily achievements.)

And now the change of bag and bedtime arrangement has just tipped me over the edge haha! Of course I thoroughly enjoyed spending hours and hours internet shopping for the perfect bedding but the reality of putting it on the bed and folding away the baby gro bag really tugged at my heart strings! Not sure why I actually bothered with the quilt though as Beau sleeps upside down, side to side, on top of the quilt or kicks it off anyway and the pillow forms more of a hat! (Is this normal?) I also now panick (something I do way to much) that he will be cold, or pull it over his face, or I won’t be able to see if his chest is moving up and down as I spend my awake hours watching his monitor! Get a grip I hear my husband say!

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Changing bag to handbag – I never knew I had so much treasure lurking at the bottom of my changing bag and how hard it was to fit it all in a regular handbag! Boxes of raisins, toys, broken crayons, spare clothes, every type of cream, gloves, hats, sunglasses and packing for every eventuality has had to be seriously cut down!

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I opted for this large mulberry bag to carry my life around with me and keep a canvas bag of all Beaus bits inside so that I can separate his and mine when needed which works perfectly.Mulberry

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There are also some great cheaper versions of this oversized bag, like this one from Topshop

So with turning two comes a handful of more Mummy questions…

When shall I take the sides off his cot?

When shall we give up the dummy?

When shall we start potty training and how?!

Should I send him to nursery yet or just enjoy our free, no time restraint days at home together for a little longer?!

And when will he ever sleep past 5am?!

A Peppa Pig tea party celebration with his little friends marked his second birthday. Some fake grass, rubber ducks, and muddy puddles, homemade bunting and a cake so big we are still eating….. Happy birthday beautiful boy, thank you for another amazing year.

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New finds – a few of my favourite things….

Do you ever wish you could just relive a whole month again and again? Well that was December for me! Not only did we have our magical trip to Lapland UK (see previous post) and Christmas which was made even more exciting by watching our Beau open his presents, but we also squeezed in an amazing honeymoon to Dubai!

So back to reality now but thought I would share some of my new favourite things, some from Santa, some from the sales and some from experience!

For the babe….

So of course Beau ended up with far too many things for Christmas even though I was convinced I hadn’t bought that much! I will share some of the fun things next time but here are a few of the new additions to his nursery and wardrobe!

Whale: by BigStuffed but also available from some of my favourite shops such as Liberty, Molly -Meg and Smallable

Whale: by BigStuffed but also available from some of my favourite shops such as Liberty, Molly -Meg and Smallable

Camera trousers: Lottie and LyshCamera trousers: Lottie and Lysh

Camera trousers: Lottie and Lysh

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Tiger stripe jumper: Stella Mccartney Kids from the Liberty sale.

Squirrel jumper and checked shirt by Gocco

Dinosaur shirt: by Hatley, bought from my friends lovely little shop Bells & Whistles

Cool kids socks, Mayoral, Melijoe

Socks: Mayoral from Melijoe

Jax and hedley, sale shopping, baby bargains, toddler fashion, kids clothes, monochrome babyJax and Hedley have an amazing sale at the moment full of monochrome loveliness!

For the home….

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Say hello to our new friend, Mr Monkey! Fulfilling a purpose for my husband and adding a bit of quirky interest to the kitchen counter for me! I don’t know how many times he throws the sentence “style over substance” at me but with this wine bottle holder from Graham and Green, he has nothing to moan about!

Alternative sugar bowl, quirky kitchen accessories, bits and bobs, succulent love, urban garden, house of disasterWhen you add “unusual sugar bowl” to your Christmas list, there’s no telling what Santa (or your sister in law) may find but we were pretty chuffed by this little cutie! My love of succulents makes it even more perfect! Urban garden range by House of Disaster

TK Maxx, interesting shelf, Shelfie, geometric shelf, interior accessories Excuse the unpainted walls but I was so pleased with this geometric find from TK Maxx that I bought it in two different colours. Their website is definitely worth a browse for home bits if you can’t make it into the store as it is often a case of when it’s gone it’s gone in there!

For myself…

Abigail Ahern, design masterclass, interior design

So I had the best surprise Christmas gift from my mum, to spend the day with one of my favourite interior gurus Abigail Ahern at a design masterclass in February. I cannot wait and will definitely be telling you all about it next month. In the meantime check out her website and swoon over her super cool instagram page full of amazing faux plants, daring colour pallets and eclectic accessories like my pelican friend lamp.

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Dungarees…

So I don’t often buy myself new clothes anymore, when I do, I tend to wear that item every other day for weeks as if I have nothing else and until I get sick of it! Thought I’d spend my Topshop vouchers and treat myself to a pair of dungarees! They are sooo comfy I can’t believe I’ve waited so long to get a pair. However I do keep questioning if I’m too old for them… any other 30 something women rocking the dungarees?!

For an extra special family holiday….

Atlantis the Palm, Dubai, holiday with toddler, Dubai review, Atlantis review, Dubai for children, luxury family holiday, AtlantisI cannot recommend Dubai enough for a family holiday, especially in mid December. It was quiet, a perfect temperature for Beau (24-28 degrees,) full of things to do for all ages and interests, clean and felt safe. The Atlantis hotel was perfect for us. Lounging by the pool or on the beach and looking out across the city skyline. Walking past sharks and rays on the way to breakfast each morning, amazing restaurants and yummy cocktails from various bars (with happy hours!) There was also free entry to the water park and aquarium. I have not been anywhere else where you can have the best of both types of holiday (beach and city break) all at once. You can even get your snow fix at the mall! Oh and the shopping is great too! We will definitely be saving the pennies to go back!

Atlantis the Palm, Dubai, holiday with toddler, Dubai review, Atlantis review, Dubai for children, luxury family holiday, AtlantisSo that was our rather eventful and expensive December. It is safe to say that January has been relatively dull!

The most magical day at Lapland UK!


So this weeks Sunday Funday was slightly more special than normal, we went to Lapland UK! It was such an amazing day and we are all now feeling very Christmassy! The invite arrived in the post in a beautiful presentation box with a wax sealed letter. Beau obviously read every word and completely understood where we were going haha (but I was very excited!) 

From the second you arrive in the car park there is a sense of magic in the air. Walking through the woodland path through the enchanted forest and into the first log cabin to check in, we had no idea what to expect. This was way more than just a visit to santa! We checked in at the desk with a very friendly elf and were given passports and badges. We also exchanged our money into Elf Jingles so that our whole experience was themed from start to finish. 
Upon entering a tunnel of lights, we sat down in the enchanted wood to be told the story of Father Christmas by two cheeky elves. We all joined in on a magic rhyme to open the giant doors to Lapland where we were greeted by snow. Log cabins and little elf houses are dotted around the snowy woodland, there is something to look at in every direction. 

We were led to santas workshop and each child was given a bear to stuff in order to help the elves who were getting behind with their toy making! Next it was time to help mother Christmas in her kitchen who read the children a story before decorating gingerbread xmas trees. Beau ate more than he put on the tree but enjoyed it all the same! We received a stamp in our passport for each task completed in order to earn a Christmas bell which we then collected from an elf in the village. 

After this was some free time in the elf village which was the cutest place full of elf style houses, shops, post office and restaurant. Huskys and elves wondered around greeting all the ‘small folk’ and the ice skating rink added to the festive atmosphere. 

We went to the post office and wrote our letters to santa and Beau enjoyed going in and out of a tiny ‘small folk’ door in one of the shops! It was soon time to leave the village and head through the magical snowy pathways that weaved into the blacksmiths workshop. Here you could meet the reindeer and mix some magical reindeer food. 

We followed the path through the woodland over bridges and passed the elf homes before arriving at Santas home. It was such an amazing experience, Father Christmas was as charming as expected who spoke to Beau all about his pets, favourite toys and recent accomplishments. Beau sat like an angel and listened intently (a different story to earlier in the day when a screaming tantrum would occur when asked to wear his coat or the last crumb of food was gone from his snack box!) We checked the special book for his name on the “good list” before being given a present from santa, a lovely husky dog. 

We enjoyed every second. Nothing was rushed or drawn out, there were no pushes to purchase anything, the elves were chatty and cheery and there was nothing tacky at all in sight just pure Christmas magic! Was Beau to young? He joined in with everything except ice skating, he enjoyed everything from the lights to the tiny houses, reindeer, snow, bells and crafts. Will he remember it? No, but we will and we have memories as a family that we will treasure forever. Hopefully one day we will go back, if I could go every year then I would! Yes it is expensive, but you do receive a number of things to bring home and there is really no need to spend money when you are there unless you want to. For us, it was worth every penny! Merry Christmas! 

Style it!

Designing out of your comfort zone!

So people often joke that everything I choose is grey! There is some truth in this as I do love grey in its many shades, it seems to just go with everything. As my old house seemed to be 50 shades of grey with the odd white or cream mixed in I thought I would be a little more daring this time. Maybe it’s part of a midlife crisis I mentioned previously but I am suddenly falling in love with colours and patterns. 

As we have more rooms in our new home my husband promised me that I could go a bit design crazy in our spare lounge, so I am doing just that! It is still very much a work in progress as I have to wait for each pay day to buy something new haha, but I’m getting there. I do seem to be moving mess from one room to the next as I sort through boxes and begin to place things in situ (I spend way too much time doing this and must have rearranged pictures and candlesticks a thousand times) but I will share some pictures so far!

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The sweeping lamp is Graham & Green and was last years Christmas present from my Mum! I have hunted everywhere for a matching central lamp shade and eventually found a similar one on Achica.
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Our daring sofas are by Sofa Workshop at DFS and the marble / geometric furniture is part of the Detroit range at Graham & Green
Gesso stars, Cox & Cox, farrow & ball down pipe, velvet sofa, rockett st george, jungle print cushion
These Gesso starts from Cox and Cox have been hiding in a box for months put have finally been dusted off! The jungle print cushions are Rockett St George.
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Marble floating side table by Graham & Green with a few vintage treasures

Rockett St George, Graham and Green, Abigail Ahern and Cox & Cox are some of my absolute favourites when it comes to home shopping so there are a mixture of the above around our home. I mentioned previously that I love a bargain so I also get a lot of bits from Homesense and TK Maxx. I love the idea of having something a little bit different so try to hunt for pieces at auctions, car boot sales and reclaim yards.

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Neon sign taking centre stage along with some of my vintage pieces. Sideboard from homesense, Vases from Foras
Neon sign, neon light, love quote, Tracey Emin copy, farrow & ball down pipe
I had this neon sign made for Matt for Christmas which we then used at our wedding. I’m so pleased we now have somewhere to display it, the pink looks great against the dark grey walls (Farrow & Ball Down Pipe)

We have also decided to be daring in our ensuite. We opted for Cole & Son Palm Jungle wallpaper and a checkerboard floor. It is only us that use it and it’s a small room so the perfect little space for such an out there design. We still need to add mirrors and accessories but it has made such a big difference. I feel as though I am in a boutique hotel each time I step out of the shower and into the jungle! 

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Cole & Son Palm Jungle wallpaper bringing the outside into our en-suite!
Cole & Son, palm leaf decor, bathroom decor, bringing the outside in, crazy wallpaper, interior decor
If you have a sudden urge to add pattern or colours out of your comfort zone, then a small space is the perfect place and it’s surprisingly invigorating to walk out of the tonal shades of the rest of the house and into a splash of wow!

Bargain hunter #aldilove

Oh I do love a bargain and gain a great sense of achievement when I find a working discount code! I do have very expensive taste and ever since I was little would always much rather save up for one special item, than have ten of something else. Having said that when the thing you’ve got your eye on is just out of your price range, who wouldn’t want to hunt for a similar look at a fraction of the price? 
Aldi special buys:

I have got so much love for Aldi! Not just for it’s yummy antipasti and stone baked pizzas but also for its one off special buys. Jo Malone is an absolute favourite of mine and I’m very lucky to have built up quite a collection, but my candles are so special I find myself not wanting to actually burn them! They sit there looking pretty (right next to the lovely fluffy display towels that are not to be used haha!) BUT worry no more as all of my favourite Jo Malone fragrances have been copied by Aldi and made into candles and diffusers for just £3.99! So I can now fill my home with lime basil and mandarin and not break the bank! 

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Our house is now full of these bargain candles!
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Aldi’s lime basil and mandarin diffuser working its magic next to my giant (untouchable) Jo Malone candle!

This week I have found the perfect toy bag for Beau’s monochrome themed playroom. These road map bags are soooo similar to those by Playandgo, which are featured on all of my favourite Scandi style websites but the Aldi bag is less than half the price at £12.99. They come in three different designs too so get them before they disappear!

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This play and go bag is £28 vs Aldi @£12.99
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The Aldi version fits perfectly in Beau’s monochrome playroom!

They also have so many beautiful wooden play kitchen bits in store at the moment giving Great Little Trading Company a bit of competition!

Aldi is definitely a place to go with an open shopping mind as you never know what treasures you will stumble upon. Last year I found this great lamp which is not dissimilar to those in Oliver Bonas (I actually prefer the Aldi version with the marble base.) 

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Aldi vs Oliver Bonas

One last find:

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Beau and his retro ride.
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On the subject of shopping for bargain versions. This retro car would make a great Christmas present. Beau loves scooting around the kitchen on it or pretending to fix the wheels with his little tool box! Halfords sell this for £50 at the moment, which is half the price of others I have seen and apart from the number, it is almost identical.

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The Halfords version of the racing car is available now for half the price!

Style bargains…..two of my favourite words! 

Happy shopping!

Xx

Love it!

I hold my hands up, I’m a baby shopaholic! (Buying stuff for them not actually buying babies haha.) This week we took a trip to the big smoke to visit a few of my favourite places. 

Molly-Meg Islington, children's shop
http://www.mollymeg.com the most beautiful little children’s shop!

I have followed a number of independent stores on instagram since I was pregnant and always wanted to visit http://www.mollymeg.com It didn’t disappoint, it’s filled to the brim with beautiful things. I mean floor to ceiling children’s treasures. If you are in Islington you should definitely check them out or give them a follow http://instagram.com/molly_meg_ 
Santa will be filling Beau’s stocking from here I’m sure!

Fortnum & Mason children's department, baby shopping
Fortnum & Mason children’s department, love it!

My favourite children’s departments have got to be at Liberty and Fortnum & Mason. They host some great names in children’s fashion, toys and interiors and you can be sure to find a little piece of luxury or something you’ve not seen anywhere before. They are both also set out beautifully. Beau had a great time running around F&M filling his Olli Ella luggy shopping basket and flirting with the shop assistants! He also loved the ice cream parlour there too!

Fortnum & Mason ice cream parlour, treats
Beau enjoying the Fortnum & Mason Ice Cream Parlour

I love to get him the odd special piece and I definitely spend more on his things than my own but do mix it up with lots of pieces from Zara and H&M. I also take note of the brands I love and look out for them on eBay to see if I can grab a bargain! 

Toddlers first shoes, more expensive than mummy's, ricosta boots
When your toddlers shoes are more expensive than your own!

So what do I love more than buying the clothes and accessories? Organising them, folding them and taking pictures of them. Haha little things give me great pleasure! When I was pregnant I would spend most evenings sitting in his nursery just staring at everything and I haven’t really changed. As he grows out of each age group of clothes, I box them away and rearrange the new bits as if I’m playing shops and I LOVE IT! 

Autumn Winter wardrobe ready, H&M, Zara, Next, Birdies & bear cubs, baby fashion
And his Autumn / Winter wardrobe is better than Mummy’s! Featured: Zara, H&M, Birdies and Bearcubs
Autumn Winter wardrobe ready, H&M, Bonnie mob, Miffy lamp, baby fashion
Because every autumn wardrobe needs fox socks! Featured: H&M, Bonnie Mob and of course Miffy!
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Throw back to when I was waiting for my little Beau to arrive, playing shops with his tiny baby clothes, sooo excited to meet him!

Style it!

So my inner stylist was in its element as I planned, designed and made bits for our beautiful wedding this summer. I cannot wait to share some photos of the day on here. But for now here is a shoot that I helped with for the beautiful Dottie Marquee. 

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The beautiful vintage Dottie Marquee in all its glory

http://www.dottieeventsandhire.co.uk/ is a complete package of hire, styling and photography. If you are planning a marquee wedding then you should definitely check them out!

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My neon sign lighting up the top table and the green velvet chairs adding extra splendour for the bride and groom!

I was over the moon last month when Dottie asked if she could borrow my neon sign, (used for our wedding and now pride and place in our freshly painted lounge) and my green velvet armchairs. I am a bit of a hoarder of vintage finds and it is great to see them in all their glory rather than collecting dust in my garage. The green complimented the pink perfectly and we had so much fun fiddling around with interesting leaves and foliage, as well as adding beautiful flowers to vintage bottles in all shapes and sizes. The candles added extra drama and romance to the atmosphere in the marquee.

It took me back to the excitement of the day before my wedding, transforming a blank canvass into something amazing and made me want to do it all over again! Not sure that would go down too well so maybe I should just help other people instead! 

Sunday Funday

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Helping himself to a souvenir from the zoo! My little monkey!

Sunday funday!

So Sunday is our family day. It is often the only day my husband gets to spend with Beau as he’s working in the week and I am a cricket/rugby/golf widow on Saturdays! 

Some weeks we love to just do nothing and use it as an opportunity to play with Beau or have him demonstrate his new tricks to Daddy, (he seems to be changing and learning so much at the moment that each week he has a new talent to perform!) But we also love the odd treat day! With his most popular party trick currently being an array of animal sound impersonations, this week we opted for Woburn Safari Park. We also took my four year old nephew, Frankie and a picnic and set off nice and early. 

Woburn Road Safari lion enclosure, day out, Sunday funday
Look out lions! Woburn Road Safari

If you go I definitely recommend arriving about 20 minutes before they open so you are one of the first in the queue for the Road Safari. For us, it meant that every possible animal was out and ready for breakfast rather than hiding or lazing around. So the boys both loved it, Frankie checking off each stage on the map and Beau being restrained from opening and closing the windows whilst driving through the lion enclosure! We didn’t get a monkey on our car but enjoyed watching some sunbathing on the bonnet of another. 

Sea lions at Woburn Safari Park
Sea lions!

My nephew was like the dream child, Beau on the other hand was more mischievous than any of the monkeys and the temper tantrums were back in force today after a calm couple of weeks! Do anyone else’s toddlers have a spate of really naughty days and then seem to remember how to be lovely again?! Today was a naughty day! 

Lemur selfie, zoo fun, group shot, Woburn Safari Park
Our only group shot, my tired face and Beau mid tantrum. At least the husband, nephew and Lemur knew how to selfie!

The foot safari is ok but for us it was all about seeing the animals do their own thing in the big open spaces as we drove past. However if you do go in then definitely do the elephant talk as they bring the elephants right up to the fence at the end for people to stroke. 

Elephant up close, Woburn Safari Park, zoo fun
Elephants up close!

Oh and I forgot to say, I mentioned in my first post that I love a bargain and the thrill of the hunt so here’s my tip! Use your Tesco Clubcard vouchers for your tickets. Just £7.50 worth of vouchers gives you an adult ticket (worth £22.99) 

Cousins day out, zoo fun, sea lions
Cousins day out!

So that’s Woburn ticked off the list and we now have a very tired little man fast asleep in bed, but for how long….

The Mummy Hat!

 

Baby clothes Mini Rodini
Beau is wearing Mini Rodini
So I am lucky enough to be mummy to beautiful Beau and it really is the best job in the whole world! However, I have never questioned myself so much about if I’m doing the right thing, is he too hot or cold, am I feeding him enough or too much. When I was pregnant I read every book, blog and forum I could but it all just seemed to go out of the window when he arrived! I quickly realised that every child is different, there is no right or wrong way and as long as my baby and I were happy, safe and well that’s all that mattered! Someone gave me the best piece of advice, listen to everything, pick your favourite bits and do it your way. Both he and I are learning together. Each day he teaches me something new and he is my greatest adventure!
So not only does being a mummy mean I get to experience all of the pleasures and rewards of watching a little piece of us grow and change each day but it also opens up a whole new world of shopping! Nursery interiors, playroom ideas and baby clothes now fill my internet search history and I have become quite the expert at hunting for something a bit different. While the everyday high street shops have some great bits and are becoming much more varied with their range, I do find myself getting annoyed with how hard it is to find boys clothing that is not bright blue, with pictures of cars or cartoon characters on.
When it comes to toys I vowed never to have colourful plastic everywhere, however that’s what he seems to be drawn to (although he’s more than happy to empty the kitchen cupboards and spend hours putting OXO cubes in and out of the box!) So I spend all of my pennies on lovely wooden toys and bits for display and put all the fun plastic stuff in carefully coordinating storage baskets!
I absolutely ❤️ instagram for getting ideas and finding independent shops or makes of bits and pieces that I’ve not seen before. I follow some great people so have a click through and see if anyone tickles your taste buds! However I do find that lots of the brands I love seem to be from across the pond, (I love Scandi style toys and interiors and Australia seem to have some super cool baby clothes) meaning they are difficult to get hold of or just takes a little more hunting down!
So if anyone has any favourite places for something different then I would love to hear!

Zara baby fashion
‘Life is wonderful’ – yes it is! Zara and H&M

Summer fun at the Mud Kitchen - wearing Noe & Zoe
Summer fun at the Mud Kitchen – wearing Noe & Zoe

Ferm Living wallpaper, Naken interiors
Mini Piano vs Giant Lego – Ferm Living wallpaper