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Children's Fashion, Funky Kid Friday

Funky Kid Friday // Hullo!

Well hullo there! Changes are afoot and from today I shall be co-hosting Funky Kid Friday with the lovely Alex of Medicated Follower! We’ll be taking it in turns to host, and this week is my first! Woohoo! We’re two Mamas who are very passionate about children’s fashion and love to blog about it! Alex has been running Funky Kid Friday for yonks, and I’ve come on board to take some of the load.

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Children's Fashion, Giveaway, Indy, Review

What Indy Wore // Roarsome JNY Designs from KyNa Boutique (+ Giveaway)

We LOVE dinosaurs here at Make, Do and Push! HQ, so when lovely Jenny from KyNa Boutique asked us to choose Indy something from the new AW15 JNY Designs range I was drawn to these roarsome baby pants. Obvs. They’re made of gorgeous organic cotton and are super soft! The dinosaur pattern is so colourful, bright and fun, and there are lots of colours to match vests and tees too within the design. Indy is wearing his Cleo Cobb body in the photo above, and his dinosaur hoody from Next below. 

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Baby, Children's Fashion, Indy, Review

What Indy Wore // #WBabyWT ft George at ASDA

It’s no secret that I have a small addiction to buying clothes for the children and thoroughly enjoy dressing them! These days I take much more pleasure in dressing them than I do myself, (an issue that I’m sure will be rectified once I’m back in my pre-pregnancy clothes) and spend hours perusing some of my favourite children’s clothing sites during night feeds! A couple of weeks ago, the lovely folk at George (of ASDA fame) got in touch and asked me to choose a  ...

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Busby, Children's Fashion, Review

What Busby Wore // Woodland Raincoat from Powell Craft

Rather frustratingly, my darling toddler has decided that she no longer wishes to have her photo taken… This from the girl who used to ask me to scroll through my Facebook feed to look at pictures of herself, and found her way into my iPhoto Library just to gaze at her portrait, I’m finding this most odd. I’m sure it’s just a phase, part of her “threenager” assertion, or perhaps she’s just fed up of being the star of a blog? Who knows. After  ...

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