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Archive: July 2016

I think everyone would like to win a million pounds one day, am I right? I mean who wouldn't want to win that big amount of money? I honestly would love to win that big amount of money one day. When I was younger me and my Dad used to watch the Lottery every Saturday and we would always tell each other what we would love to spend the money on if we ever won the money. Of course, my mind has changed now to what I would spend the money on seeing as I am now a Mum of 3 children and living with my partner. There are so many things money can buy but if I was to win one million pounds these are my top things I would do:

It doesn't seem that long ago that I wrote my last Me and Mine post. I have been looking forward for this month's Me and Mine post for a very long time as I knew my little boy, Freddie, was going to be with us. My induction date was the 18th of July but he was born on the 16th of July. The past couple of weeks have flown by and has been pretty amazing. I still can't believe I have my little with us. He really has completed our family.

When I found out I was pregnant last October the first thing I knew that I wanted to do was to breastfeed. I knew this was going to be my last baby. I had formula bottle fed both my girls and never really thought about breastfeeding until after my second. I really wanted to try it out and just have the experience of breastfeeding. I was quite worried all the way through my pregnancy as I had hardly no information about breastfeeding during my pregnancy and I didn't know much about it either. I was also worried that either I wasn't able to do it or he wouldn't be able to latch on.


For some people, their hobby finds them at an early age and they continue it into adulthood – some even turn it in to a profession. But, if you don’t have a hobby and want one, deciding which one to do can be difficult – especially as you get older.

But, your new passion is out there somewhere just waiting for you to discover it and you won’t know until you try, so here are a few ways you can find your perfect hobby.


A few weeks ago, I wrote about when we took Mia and Elliw to Llanelli for a little break. I wanted them to have a holiday before the baby arrives, but more than anything, I love taking them to new places and creating memories with them. I’ve always wanted to give them the very best in life that I can, and taking them on adventures means so much to me.


Are you trying to improve the value of your home? Here are six finishing touches you should pay attention to if you want your home to be worth as much as possible!

1. Spruce up the front door
First, bear in mind that prospective buyers (or even just passers by) are making their first impressions on your home from the outside. Repaint your front door so that it looks fresh and clean, or replace it if it’s looking really worn. Update your handles, locks and letterbox with something new so that it’s untarnished and classy. And finally, switch up your door number to a new design or typography as doing so will instantly add sophistication and make your home look more expensive.

2. Freshen up the bathroom
You shouldn’t waste lots of money on completely renovating the bathroom, but it’s important to remember that people perceive higher value when the bathroom is sparkling clean. So, aside from obvious must-do’s such as giving it a thorough scrub, buy a new toilet seat and cover so that it looks like a brand new utility. Also, hang soft, plush towels in the neutral colours on your towel rack, and add a high quality candle to make the bathroom feel ‘spa like’.

3. Don’t forget your door handles
If you’ve invested in high quality finishes like beautiful flooring and sturdy doors, it would be a shame to skimp on finishing touches. A switch of your current door knobs or interior doors handles in favour of something more sophisticated and stylish is a great idea: door handles from Ken’s Yard will upgrade the look and feel of your home, helping to push up its value.

4. Make your garden feel private
A tidy, well-cared for garden can add a great deal of value to your property, particularly if you’ve designed it so that there are dedicated areas for eating, recreation, leisure and entertaining. However, a sense of privacy is what will really add some extra money on to the asking price for your home, so consider erecting fences, hedges or trees to shield your outdoor space from prying eyes.

5. Improve your kitchen cabinets
Kitchens are often cited as being the heart of the home, which is why it’s so important that yours doesn’t let you down. Save your cash by leaving the current cabinets and appliances in place, taking a tin of paint to the woodwork to make the cupboards look like brand new fixtures. Replace tired handles with something more polished and add crown molding – doing so will make your cabinets look taller, classier and more expensive.

6. Restore old features

Finally, if you’ve got enough budget available, consider restoring or replacing the original features in your property. For instance, spruce up your living room by restoring an original fireplace if you have one, and strip back boring carpets to reveal beautiful hardwood flooring beneath. These kinds of features are fashionable at the moment and will certainly add value to your home!

When I was pregnant I was forever looking for prams and I knew I really wanted one with a carrycot as I didn't have a carrycot with any of the previous prams I had with Mia and Elliw. I was extremley lucky to receive the gorgeous Vista pram from UPPAbaby. When I received the pram I couldn't wait to open it up and get it together. I was really shocked how easy it was put together and set up. I wrote my first thoughts of the UPPAbaby Vista pram a couple of months ago and it had a fantastic response. I've had many of people come up to me saying they had seen the post or photo on a social media site and saying the pram was nice. The next thing was to take Freddie for his walk.

I had actually taken Freddie for his first walk to a friend's house when he was 2 days old as my partner was out with the girls and I was really bored in the house. But I was really looking forward to take Freddie for his first walk in the Vista pram with me, my partner and the girls as a family. Seeing as my partner is off work for 2 weeks now due to paternity leave, he loves taking the girls out and I decided to go with them on the 5th day.

So, when Freddie was 5 days old we decided to go somewhere for a walk. We weren't quite sure where we wanted to go yet but in the end we decided to go to a place called Beaumaris in Angelsey which isn't too far from us. We had a picnic in the car before going out and I also fed Freddie before going out. The girls really wanted to eat outside but there were way too many seagulls around and some that had already attacked a few people eating on benches so we decided to stay in the car.

We walked down the pier and Elliw helped pushed the pram on the way up. It was really busy with people crabbing, walking and waiting to go on a boat. On our way back the girls wanted to play in the park so we went there so they could have a run around before going back home. It was really nice to get some fresh air and having our first outing as a family of five.







Juggling life as a busy Mum more often than not means whipping the credit card out regularly and ensuring the kids have everything they need, as well as encouraging them to try their hand at new activities or taking them out for the day. It can all get pretty exhausting – and expensive – but of course you wouldn’t have it any other way.


I really couldn't wait to write this post. Last month's siblings post was about my two girls but from now I will be talking about my two girls and their baby brother, Freddie. If you haven't read my previous posts then you might not of known that I gave birth to my gorgeous and beautiful baby boy on the 16th of July at 5.58pm. I am so happy that he is here with us safe, healthy and happy. I feel so lucky.

Being pregnant is an exciting time for many. The time where you need to get everything ready before the bundle of joy comes along. One of the most popular things many people do in the UK now is hosting a baby shower party. Baby shower's are getting really popular in the UK. There are many gifts out there that you can buy for baby and mum, so you will never be stuck on gift ideas for a baby shower.

I wanted to write this over the weekend but I have been way too busy the past week. I've hardly come on here to write anything only to update you all on introducing Freddie and my birth story third time round. I also thought today was the perfect timing of writing how the first week has been as it is my due date today, 25th of July. Never did I think I'd have a 9 day old baby boy with us today.

The first week has been pretty amazing if I say so myself. I have enjoyed it so much. It's a huge difference compared to my other two children. I am breastfeeding Freddie and it's a whole lot different to formula feeding and although it is painful at times, I am really enjoying it and the bond is just amazing between me and Freddie.
Hi everyone! This post feels weird to write! It's the 10th of July writing and scheduling this post and to think I will defintley have the baby by the date is weird! I shall edit this post if I remember!
Hope you've all had a great week

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It’s important that a wardrobe features staple pieces. These are your go-to items that serve their purpose when you’re struggling to decide what to wear and need something you know you look good in. But if you’re wondering what actually falls into this category, we’ve broken it down for you:


I honestly can not believe I am writing this post right now. I have been wanting to write it for a few days but I've honestly not had the time to sit down and blog. The past week has been very unexpected, especially Saturday the 16th of July. The day our family was completed, the day I gave birth to my baby boy, Freddie George.


We are very happy to announce the birth of 

Freddie George

Born: 16th July 2016
Time: 17.58pm
Weight: 9lbs 2oz


Birth story and more coming soon.


Messy play is an important part of their development, helping children to learn important life skills.

When you’re looking for activities for your children, it is important that parents look for ways to aid growth in terms of physical, communicative, social, intellectual and creative development and messy play can help immensely!

AO.com has created a fun and informative resource offering some great ideas for outdoor and messy play! ‘Life is Messy’, it is an interactive piece challenging us to put away the technology for a little while and take part in 30 fun activities to get kids outside and dirty.


Hello everyone! It's the second week of me doing this linky alone. As I said in last week's the upcoming posts are scheduled as I am due my baby any time soon, I may have even had baby by now! So.. on to the linky :)

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FACEBOOK
We do have a Facebook page. Which you can find here. It would be great if you could all join, pretty please! It's basically a support page and a page you can share you posts. I will do a weekly thread too. More details to come on the page. 

Other new things to come to this linky is: Post with most comments, Blogger who's commented the most and my favourite post. 

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Either your child has already started their summer holidays or their on their last week, trying to think on what to do with the kids for the next 6 or 7 weeks can be hard. 6-7 weeks is a long time for a child to be off school as they are so used to a simple routine of going to school 5 days a week, they are kept busy through those school hours and then again when they arrive home but having them home 24/7 for the whole 6-7 weeks can be a tough one for both parent and child.


Baby boy isn't here yet but for the past few months I have been looking around and buying things for him. We have also been extremely lucky to have been sent a few items from some amazing companies too. Although most items are built up and ready there are other items I am still needing to build together so I decided to do part 1 and put the rest up in a separate post.

Baby items are a lot more modern these days compared to when I had my first and second child. It's been 4 years and it has been interesting seeing how much things have changed within the 4 years. Even the clothing styles have changed. There are my favourite baby items so far;


Since I went to Thailand last year I have really liked anything to do with elephants and when I fell pregnant, there have been so many elephant prints, toys and teddies around. I found this beautiful 'My First Elephant' teddy at Mamas and Papas and I just had to get it. It goes perfect with the theme I want his bedroom, grey, blue and white.

I was searching on Etsy for unique items that I could buy for baby and I came across this beautiful handmade elephant pattern blanket , I fell in love with the patterns and colours of this blanket. Delivery wasn't that long and the back of the blanket is really soft, which is perfect.


How beautiful is this hand knitted blanket? I ordered this from the lovely Laura at Knitty Knatty Laura. I had ordered a hand knitted cardigan before ordering this blanket and I was so pleased with it. I would really recommend Laura if you love hand knitted items just like I do!

For months and months I was trying my best to decided which crib to go for. As I will be breast feeding this time round I was wanting something bigger than the moses basket and saw the two popular cribs, Snuzpod and Chicco, Next 2 me. The price of the Snuz pulled me off on wanting one but then each store I visited that had the Next 2 Me crib built, I was pulled off with how it looked and how it didn't feel sturdy enough {my opinion}. Just recently I found the Snuzpod at pretty much a good price on Amazon and it came with the mattress. My partners Mother offered to buy the crib too which we are so thankful for.


When I had my first daughter I was given a pram by my uncle so I didn't really have a choice but I really liked the pram so I was happy. When I was pregnant with my second, I couldn't really go for a single pram like I wanted as Mia was still in the stage of needing a pram to go to most places. I had many people telling me to just buy a single pram and a buggy board but I can now be honest and say they were wrong! I was glad I went for a double pram. I found an iCandy tandem pram on a second hand side and the pram did perfect for us for many months.

Prams have changed so much within the 4 years. I love how brightly coloured they are now. One thing I knew what I wanted with this next pram was a carrycot. I had no carry cot with any of the other two prams and I love them on prams. I was very lucky to be given an UPPAbaby VISTA pram to review. I really couldn't wait for it to arrive and build it up to see what it looked like. I was extremely happy and can not wait to take baby out for a walk in his new pram for the first time. You can read about my first thoughts here.


As I said above, there are many modern baby items around these days compared to 4 and 6-7 years ago. I was given a baby hammock from Poco Baby Hammocks not long ago and I was really interested to see what it was like once built. I was actually really pleased and it is in the living room corner all ready for baby to arrive and have a nap in it.



One item I hadn't thought about until a couple of months ago was a changing bag. There are so many changing bags around and I felt because I have two other children, I needed a bag that could do for all three children not just the baby. We were given this gorgeous Voyage changing bag by ToTs to review. When I recieved the bag I was extremely pleased about the size of the bag. Even though I have filled the bag with baby's items, the bag still feels pretty light.

One thing I never really did when my girls were a baby was cuddle them up in swaddle blankets but I shall try it this time and I am looking forward for it too. I was given a beautiful swaddle blanket from Bambini and Me not long ago and of course, I fell in love with the elephant pattern and colour of the swaddle. It's also big enough to be a cover whilst breastfeeding which is a bonus.



Another baby item that has changed so much within the past 4 years is car seats. There are so many car seat rule changes that have taken place, as well as them looking more modern. I received a beautiful Evolution Pro 2 Kiddy UK car seat a few months ago and I instantly fell in love with it's 'egg' shaped seat and bright and bold colour seat.

What were your favourite baby items?



So, your kids have grown up and moved on to start their own lives in their own property, and now the home you raised them in is feeling large and empty. You have three or four rooms that were once the kids bedrooms and/or playrooms that now sit empty bar the odd weekend when one of them comes back to visit.   

As much as you love your home and have filled it with happy memories over the years, perhaps it is time to let it go. This might not be easy, and even though the kids don’t live there anymore they will probably find the decision as hard as you, but it does come with countless benefits.  


Seeing as I wrote Elliw's update the other day, I thought I would write an update about Mia too. I haven't written an update for Mia for a long time, so it's about time I write one. Mia has grown up so much in the past few months. Very rarely does she need help getting changed anymore as she will choose her own clothes and dress herself. She does have a habit of changing her outfit more than three times a day which can be very annoying, but it just shows how much she is growing up.

There are many families, single and couples who own pets for many reasons. Pets become a part of the family and your best friend. Although pets can be seen as cute and something you can show off, they do come at a price. There are so many different kinds of pets around. Did you know that one of the most expensive pets is a Bengal Cat which costs £1500 but the most expensive pet is a rare white lion cub which costs a shocking £95000. Check out this really interesting infographic which shows you 10 of the most expensive pets


10 of the most expensive pets
Provided by Freeads

Most people love going on holiday whether it is abroad or in the country somewhere away from home. Some like the hot weather and beach whilst others prefer a quiet cottage in the country side. There are so many different kind of holidays around and one thing a lot of struggle with is actually paying for the holiday. Booking somewhere in the country or abroad are both expensive.

When you find out your are pregnant, it can be the most exciting time of your life. But the end seems like such a long way. When the pregnancy comes to an end you will need to make sure you have packed your hospital bag and your baby's hospital bag. Although we all wait for that moment we get to hold our precious little newborn in our arms for the first time, we all get really excited for bringing baby home too. 

Awareness of the environment is something that we all need to be all the more concerned about, as our everyday habits and lifestyles are fundamentally affecting the world we live in. By becoming more aware of your actions and improving your household sustainability, you’ll be able to live a greener lifestyle and help support the world that we live in.

A couple of weeks ago I was set a challenge to budget money by Saga. As a family of 4 and soon to be 5 we have been trying really hard to budget our money before the baby comes and get used to that budgeting. We started to think that spending £100+ on a food shop each week was getting ridiculous and we weren't even eating more than half of the items we bought, which was a waste of money.


I wrote a post the other day about how I felt about going into labour for the third time. The closer I am getting to my induction date the more nervous I am about going into labour but because this time they have given me the sweep before my induction date I am really hoping I can go into labour by myself, with the help of the sweep.


I haven't written an update about the girls for a long time, so I thought it's about time for me to write an update each for them. Seeing as they are both having their last week at school next week, this was the perfect timing.

Elliw turned 4 years old in March and I can't believe how much she has grown since. Comparing to how she was last year with her speech and language and to how she is this year, there is a huge difference. She has improved so much in just a year. She has been attending a speech and language school 3 times a week since last September and I remember I was so nervous letting her go there as she needed a taxi to go there and it was in the next town to me. I was very nervous. However, the teachers made me feel so much better and a lot more comfortable and as the weeks went by Elliw was loving it there. She made some lovely little friends too and her speech was improving each week.

She had her last day in the school last Wednesday, so she will be allowed to attend the local school every day next week which I feel is a big step. Even though she has been attending the local school twice a week for a year, knowing she will be there five times next weeks just feels like a bigger step again. I don't have any worries about her attending every day though as her confidence is good and her speech is really well now.

Elliw has been loving her dolls recently. She has a certain doll which I bought her from the charity shop about a year ago and only cost me £3. I had also bought her a £30+ one Christmas, and which doll does she prefer? The £3 one from that charity shop. She absolutely loves it. I am not sure if she has taken more of an interest in playing with dolls because she knows there is a baby on it's way but it is nice watching her.

She has had a huge interest in learning to write recently. She is able to write her own name and recently she has learnt how to write Mia's name too. She has also written the numbers 1, 2 and 3 all by herself. It was such a shock when she came up to me to show me the words and numbers she wrote. She was so proud to show me what she had done and learnt herself.


Elliw's behaviour and temper hasn't changed much and I can't really see her changing either. At both parent's evenings I have been told she always wants an adult with her and it's the same at home. Which can be pretty tough because I can't constantly be there in the same room as her when I have work and housework to do too. She can be very hard to control when she has a tempers, it will take a long time for her to calm down and understand anything we try and tell her. She loves repeating herself but each time she repeats what she says it gets louder and louder and more into a temper voice. She isn't a patient little girl, at all.

Other than her behaviour and temper, Elliw can be the most lovliest little girl. She is so funny and comes out with something funny every day. She and Mia are the light of the house. Elliw loves her cuddles and being praised. She is very polite by saying thank you and please, even if I have to remind her sometimes she will still say it with no problems.

I am so proud with what she has achieved the past few years. She is growing up to be a right little madam but also a right polite beautiful little girl and I wouldn't change her for world.


I had my consultant appointment last week and I must say I really hated the woman we saw, she wasn't my usual consultant. I found the woman quite rude and I wish I would have stopped being so upset and opened my mouth more but oh well, it's done with now. I still have the same induction date, which I was not happy about but the only good thing out of the appointment was she allowed me to have a sweep at my next appointment at the maternity assessment unit which I attend twice a week to be monitored and weekly bloods because of Obstetric Cholestasis.


If I am honest I can't remember what I used to think about parenting before I fell pregnant with my first. That may be because I was only 16 years old when I fell pregnant but trying to think hard, I can't remember any bad judgement I did to other parents whilst I was pregnant or when my daughter was young.

Being a parent is challenging. We all do it different. There is no child the same and there are no parents who parent their child the same either. We all have different opinions and we all have different ways to parent. I do believe that most of us parents do judge other parents in some of the ways they parent their child and I do think that is just natural but as long as you keep it to yourself - there is no harm.

One thing that really gets to me is how people who have no children think they know everything about parenting. They think they know better than the parent. How is that? I've had a few of these in through my years of being a parent and now those comments go through one ear and out the other.

1. Never Tell a Parent To Control Their Child
When you go out with a child {or more} you never know how they are going to behave. Some days they are good as gold, the next they can be nightmares and others they can be 50/50. No day is the same and sometimes they will just trigger off over the smallest thing ever. If you see a child loosing their temper with their parents, throwing themselves about, screaming, kicking and so on, the last thing you need to say to the parents is to control their child. Never say that. The parents are probably trying their hardest and the last thing they want is some stranger or even friend or family member telling them to control their own child.

2. "When I have a child I will make sure I have bought my own house, married and happy"
Urgh. I have actually had someone say this to me whilst I was pregnant with my second child. It did put me down and no one should ever say this to a parent. Just because someone has bought a house, married and 'happy' doesn't mean that having a baby will make your life 'better'. Having a baby changes everything with money, your home, relationship and financially.

3. Go to sleep when baby is napping
Right. Baby has a nap and us parents have a choice of either napping ourselves, chilling catching up on TV or do some housework. More than likely it will be the chilling or housework with the nap here and there but honestly, parents do not have time to nap every single day we have other things that need doing whilst baby naps too.

4. "Come out tonight!"
Seriously? I have a child. When you're a parent you can't really do last minute plans such as going out on the p*ss. We have to plan babysitting and we may not even get babysitters for a good few weeks! It just doesn't work like that.

5. "You're so lucky you can stay home"
Yes I am lucky to stay home with my children. But it's not all that easy, as you think it is. There is so much a parent needs to do, whether they are stay at home parents or working parents. Things non-parents just won't understand until they have children themselves.

Can you think of anything else that non-parents shouldn't say to us parents?

I can't believe we in July already. This is a very late post, sorry. We have been so busy recently with trying to get the baby's things ready that we just haven't had the time to go out somewhere and take a photo of the 4 of us but we finally managed today on the 10th of July. This may possibly be our last ever photo of the 4 of us. How scary is that but I am really ready for baby boy to arrive now.

Hi everyone! You may have noticed this linky is a day later than usual. Being honest, I forgot! and I am finding it pretty hard keeping on top of work now as I am just feeling so uncomfortable but I have scheduled the next few weeks. As you all know {well, most of you} I am due a baby any time soon now so I will be having a few weeks off with commenting etc but the linky will still be running.

The lovely Kirsty had her last week of co-hosting last week, I am thinking of looking for another but for now I have just scheduled the linky for the upcoming weeks and going to do it alone for now. I hope the linky can still be some kind of success. I have added new things to the guidelines so please be sure to read them before linking up.

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- Please do not link up any giveaways, UNLESS it is a part of a detailed post

- Please do not link up more than two posts
- Linky is now open from Saturday until Wednesday 11.55pm. 

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This is new to #justanotherlinky. We now have our very own hashtag #itsjustanothertag 
- I will be choosing 4 of my favourite images each week
- As this is new I will start showing my favourites from the 1st of August. As it will be the first one, I shall show my 8 favourite photos, you will all be tagged
- Feel free to tag me or follow me @lifeasmum_blog

FACEBOOK
We do have a Facebook page. Which you can find here. It would be great if you could all join, pretty please! It's basically a support page and a page you can share you posts. I will do a weekly thread too. More details to come on the page. 

Other new things to come to this linky is: Post with most comments, Blogger who's commented the most and my favourite post. 

Now all there is to do is, link up :) Enjoy! 









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