Exmoor Zoo Review – An Unimpressive Day Out with the Baby

Whilst we were on a little holiday to Lynton in Exmoor, we were looking for things to do, and thought we’d pay a visit to one of the local attractions: Exmoor Zoo. So this is, as you might expect, a little review of our short time at the zoo. I’ll be honest, before arriving at Exmoor Zoo, we didn’t really have any idea of what to expect. When we go away, we tend to just go with the flow. So this little ‘day out’ wasn’t exactly planned and more of a random endeavour. But it didn’t take us long to…

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Pumpables Milk Genie: Electric Breast Pump Review

Now that I’m back in work and I really want to keep up breastfeeding, expressing milk is something that’s going to be quite important. I’m a nurse, so when I’m in work I’ll be leaving Isabelle for just over 13 hours three times a week. In terms of milk, she’s going to need around 7oz for each day that I’m in – at least at first. That’s a lot of milk when you add it up. Fortunately, we were able to reach out to Pumpables and they kindly said they’d be willing to send out their Milk Genie electric breast pump…

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The Children’s Meditation In My Heart – Review of the Meditation Book for Children

Modern society is a stressful endeavour. It really shouldn’t be, what with all the technological advances we’ve had over the recent years you’d think life would be much easier. But somehow, we’re all a lot more stressed than we ever used to be. Personally, and I’m not backing this up with any research, I like to think that technology plays a rather large part.

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Review: KidloLand App

When it comes to parenting, there are two very distinct ways that it can be viewed. There’s the romanticised, idealistic view; and there’s the much more realistic, real-life way. The first, is our dream view of how we are, or want to be, as parents. That’s the view where we see ourselves with that grinning, wonderfully dressed child, in a spotlessly clean house after we’ve read them three stories, taught them German and prepared the greenest, healthiest meal we can make. Then there’s the version that we’re actually more accustom to. One where they’re screaming, the house is an utter disgrace…

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IKEA Antilop Highchair Insert Review with Messy Me

I said in a previous review that the material used by Messy Me would be much more suited to something like a splash-mat, bib or highchair insert than a changing bag. Well, since we’re currently giving three meals a day to Isabelle, and therefore need something much easier to clean, I’m back here, writing a review for their highchair inserts for the IKEA Antilop. Pros of the Messy Me Insert for the IKEA Antilop As you can imagine, with the oilcloth material that Messy Me uses, it is very easy to clean. And cleaning up is something you will quickly…

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