Seeing the books made, filled me with excitement. My inner voice kept squealing, "That could be your book one day!"
Noah goes back to school today so yesterday I was labelling his uniform and decided to write this review of Stamptastic
At about 8 weeks old, Aria was shoving her hands in her mouth and chewing anything she could reach. It was quite obvious that with the drool, she was teething. I had a look online for some products to help her and this is what I bought:
I discovered this group through a connection I made on Instragram. I am so pleased that I decided to check it out and join.
I am one lucky girl. My husband spoilt me at Christmas to lots of makeup from my wish-list. Here is what I got:
This has been one of the hottest summers and some products have stood out and made this summer more enjoyable. Here are my must have products and all are #crueltyfree and #freefrom harmful ingredients.
I've been using the products for just over a month now and feel I am in a good position so say how I got on with using them and what I liked, or didn't like. Here we go:
This month, I've got so many seasons on the go that I haven't managed to finish watching any of them! Most are new out so I'm waiting for episodes to be released - Aghh!
So, instead, I thought I would share with you some of my favourites TV shows with superpowers.
I've wanted to buy this shampoo and conditioner for years but always held back because it's not cheap. I finally decided to treat myself.
So, firstly, I don't mind that some of the maternity/nursing outfits are modelled by someone who isn't pregnant as the outfit should be for during pregnancy and afterwards. In fact, I think it would be useful if these outfits were shown on a pregnant woman and a nursing woman to show how it looks for both stages.
My gripe is that I don't believe any of these models are pregnant (the ones with bumps) or nursing (the ones without bumps).