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Lovely Things // Unisex New Baby Gift Guide

My best friend is about to bring her first baby into the world at any given moment. Eek! They haven’t found out the gender, so it’s even more exciting! I’m on tenterhooks with every text and cannot wait to have baby snuggles. It feels very strange to have her join the proverbial “club”. I’ve been a mother for almost five years now and, as one of the first in our peer group to have a baby, I had gotten used to being the only one to bring the children to  ...

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Motherhood // Is your home baby proof?

The first thought that always enters my mind when I think about baby proofing is Mitchell on Modern Family, running around frantically trying to make their house safe for his daughter. I remember watching the episode pre-children, wondering whether I’d be like that as a parent… And I have to be honest, we didn’t do a huge amount of baby proofing around the house with Busby. She’s always been so sensible, and not drawn to plugs or under-the-sink cupboards. H-Bear has  ...

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Family Life // Johnson’s® Bubble Monster Baby Bath & Wash

We love bathtime here at Make, Do & Push! HQ. It’s the one (and usually the only) time of day where we are all together as a family of four during the week. Johnson’s® have just launched a special edition of our favourite bubble bath – the Bubble Baby Bath & Wash – featuring some cheeky bubble monsters, to make bathtime even more fun! The Bubble Monsters are four friends, each with their own personality that children can relate to. They all love playing in a  ...

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Motherhood // When life moves too quickly

With Busby about to reach three and a half next week, and then H-Bear turning one on the 23rd (also next week!), I’m feeling rather emotional… This time last year I was heavily pregnant and waddling around like an obese penguin; I couldn’t get out of bed without creaking and groaning (this applies to both myself and the bed!), and I spent every day in an oxymoronic state – excited to meet our baby, but wishing that he’d stay in a little longer so I could feel  ...

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