A couple of weeks ago I ordered this royally funky romper suit from the brilliant Huxbaby but it seems any tiny morsels of food Milo does manage to eat have gone straight to his thighs… because that’s where it doesn’t fit. The romper’s 6-9 months and although I wouldn’t say M’s huuuuge for his age, he’s certainly not small and his legs do resemble drumsticks.
Milo doesn’t actually wear pyjamas right now because we have him in bed with us and I’m beyond anal about him over heating, but I couldn’t resist buying a set of these Busy Traffic pyjamas from Gorgeous Little George for when he’s a little bit older. As well as these funky threads, GLG have got some brilliant slogan tees (one of which I
If you haven’t already heard of Frugi; WELCOME. If you have; you’ll already know why they’re a fave amongst mums. Using organic cotton and no nasty chemicals (ideal if your little ones suffer with eczema) these funky, kid-friendly garms are well worth the money. They’re made to last, with adjustable waists and knee patches (for when crawling because their favourite
Like quite a lot of mums out there, I ordinarily now prefer to shop online for my outfits rather than face the hustle and bustle of the high street. It can be lovely taking some time out to browse the racks but essentially, with baby and bags in tow, sitting on my sofa eating slightly soggy toast while clicking the
(Image: The Little White Company) So on a beyond soggy day like today, taking a baby out for a plod is zero fun and I’d just recommend staying indoors if I’m totally honest. HOWEVER; yesterday I had to travel from Deal in Kent (basically the crotch of England) back up to Milton Keynes via London, and that involved walking in