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What H-Bear Wore // Frugi Bucket and Spade List

Gosh, isn’t this weather absolutely divine? We came back from the Lake District on Friday to boiling sun and the temperature hasn’t really dropped since! Our holiday in the Lakes didn’t exactly go to plan after Busby came down with Chicken Pox and H-Bear developed some sort of vomiting bug, which ended up with a trip to hospital… BUT we did have a great time before all of the drama started! The lovely folk at Frugi sent H-Bear an outfit to wear on our holiday from  ...

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Children's Fashion, Christmas

Christmas // Independent Childrenswear We Love

Am I allowed to say the C-word now with less than 50 days to go?! I hope so, as this post is going to be entirely Christmas-focussed! I feel quite ahead of the game this year as I’ve finished buying for one stocking and have finished presents for my friends… Thank goodness for Instagram assisting in this! Regular readers will know how much I love children’s fashion, and so I thought it only right to compile a list of all of the places I love to shop for childrenswear  ...

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Children's Fashion, Funky Kid Friday

What the Children Wore // Pineapples + Whales from Frugi

We’ve been huge fans of the gorgeous UK organic clothing brand Frugi since Busby was a baby, so I was over the moon when the lovely folk at Frugi HQ asked us to choose an outfit for each of the children. I spent ages perusing their fabulous website, but finally came to the realisation that I can’t resist anything with pineapples on, so rather obviously fell head-over-heels in love with this beautiful dress for Busby! 

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Review

What Mama Wore // Snugs from the Nature Shop (+ a little something for Indy)

There seems to be a bit of a theme with my review posts this week: cosy! And the cosier, the better in my opinion. I’ve been on the hunt for a new pair of slippers to keep my toes super warm in the Yorkshire mid-winter, so I was very pleased when the lovely folk at Nature Shop got in touch and offered me a pair of Snugs for my poor, chilly feet. Snugs come in three different shades – chestnut (the Snugs in this post are this shade), plum and antique pink. They’re tanned  ...

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