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6 months old!

Last week Tuesday, The Munchkin turned 6 months old. It’s hard to believe that it’s gone so quickly. Our lives were very different 6 months ago: I could sleep in, I could lay in bed and watch series all weekend or read books for hours. Now… not so much. Sleeping in means 7:30am. I still watch my series but I’ve cut out a lot of them and watch mostly while he’s sleeping. The same goes for reading and I cherish my 30 minute train ride to work now. But it’s  ...

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The definition of a Stay-At-Home Parent (According to The Husband)

The Husband recently updated his LinkedIn profile to reflect his new job position: Looker-afterer January 2014 – Present (3 months) Home Taking care of a temporarily disabled creature until such time where it may gain some notable sentience, self acknowledgement and some basic motor skills. I intend to stimulate and nurture its development to enable its realisation of what it is, what it may be and what it wants to be. Unfortunately, being a helicopter is no longer an option, as it was  ...

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Review: Pure Beginnings Bamboo Baby Wipes

The Pure beginnings bamboo baby wipes are quite strong but also soft. The smell is quite strong and I thought it might irritate The Munchkin’s sensitive bottom but he had no adverse reaction to it. I liked that while they were wet they weren’t soaking like other wipes I have used before. So there was no need to dry his bum after wiping it down. Even though I was adverse to the smell at first I learned to love it when I changed a poo nappy. It really masked that awful smell!  ...

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Just Keep Swimming

A few weeks ago we took The Munchkin to his first swimming lesson. It was just a once-off introductory lesson at Aquatots. They only start proper lessons with babies from 6 months old and at the time The Munchkin was only 4 months. So we had a lesson that consisted of a 25 minute video showing us what we could do with him in the bath at home and in a paddling pool (if we had one) to get him used to the water and movements that are used in the real lessons. This was Division One (0-6 months)  ...

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