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What the Children Wore // Muddy Puddles AW17

We love wonderful outdoorswear brand Muddy Puddles here at Make, Do & Push! HQ, so I’m very excited to bring you another Muddy Puddles What the Children Wore post for autumn/winter 2017. The children were sent matching Puddleflex jackets in yellow, and matching Puddlestomper yellow lightning bolt wellies. Twinning is winning after all! We put them to the test last week on our adventure to the National Trust’s beautiful property in West Yorkshire – Nostell Priory. The  ...

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A Lively Style

A Lively Style // Hosting #5

Hi there! And welcome to #ALivelyStyle! #FunkyKidFriday has had a bit of a rebrand for the New Year! I thought it needed a bit of a refresh, and #ALivelyStyle fits in well with the direction I’m hoping to take the blog in this year. So, what is #ALivelyStyle? It’s a childrenswear linky where you can link up your kids style blog posts from the week. You can link up anything to do with children’s fashion – from style shoots, to wishlists. As a childrenswear addict I  ...

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Children's Fashion, Review

What the Children Wore // Muddy Puddles Raindrops

We love Muddy Puddles: both the brand and the soggy, dirty wet things! (Well the children love the latter… I, on the other hand, should have taken out stocks in Vanish!) So when we were sent a package containing gorgeous raindrop pyjamas and new raindrop Puddlestomper wellies, I couldn’t wait to start planning the shoot. I first saw the raindrop pattern at the Muddy Puddles SS17 press show which Busby and I attended back in October, and immediately loved it. The weather theme is  ...

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H-Bear Updates

H-Bear // 19 months

19 months of H-Bear… And one step closer to two! After my post last month about H now fitting into Busby’s iconic raindrop coat, I ended up buying him two coats in the Zara sale! It felt too strange seeing him in her coat every day, so I think I’ll be washing the raindrops and sending them into the loft for any children Busby may have in the future. 

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