ok ok, so I think part of this is for me as if I could squeeze my backside into it I would be playing with this bad boy!
My child walker, so we brought this a tad early for my little princess Autumn she is now 12 weeks and we ... well I fell in love with it and we had some mother care vouchers to use up that my husband got from work.
it costs £59.99 and I feel it is money or vouchers well spent.
I love the fact it is interactive and ever brooms like a car! as well as converting to a dinner tray!
and it rocks its just so great and has so may different factor that make it worth the money. I really cant wait for my little princess to be ready to use it .. I have popped her in it and she just looks confused lol.
Well it's been over a month and I'm sure your all dying to see how I have got on.
I. Stuck to the plan and have lost 1stone 4lbs. I'm over the moon. My loss has started to slow which is normal and keeps weight loss at a safe rate.
Iv also had the pleasure of trying the herbalife tomato soup. It's a healthy snack you have in between meals to keep you on the straight and narrow as well as the lemon protein bars.
Never had protein bars before so was a little worried on how they would taste but they are really yummy. I have so far been really impressed and already choosing my next bits to get.
The soup was tomato and actually very tasting I was a little worried that it would have a tang to it but not at all and really hit the spot when you need that little something extra to keep you going. I am a herbalife convert and I'm site if you have it a go you would be too.
I have so much energy, I don't have any spots. I feel healthy and most of all I know I will reach my goal. I'm teaming it with exercise when I can fit it in.
As you may know I just had a little girl called autumn
She is now 10 weeks old.
Getting ready for her was a little bit of a challenge,
Especially when I didn't know where to start.
It was exciting and nerve wracking all at the same time,
Will I have everything I need? Will I be prepared? These are the questions I
kept asking myself.
So bellow are you tips to help you if you're having a
baby, to get yourself and your home ready.
I sat down one evening and worked out if i had everything
I needed To make my life little bit easier when autumn arrived. I can honestly
say I've never done so many loads of washing ever. I went from 2 loads a week
to one almost every day who knew someone so little could create so much Washing
So your going to need a good reliable washing machine to
keep you going !
Beko washing machines would be a great emplacement for
your if its looking a little ragged,because you will defiantly know if your washing machine stops working
and your pile backs up ! Don't forget you will need bottle warmers, nappy bins,cots and more to get you started there is so
much your going to need. Oh and cooking forget it I recommend a microwave you
will need it saves you so much time!
Not something you have to worry about right away as
little baby won't be out running around quite a while. But definitely had to be
something I consider, Trying to baby proof once you one arrives is going to be
a little bit more of a challenge than before they're here.Time is a something you don't have much of
once you have a baby. Sorry definitely Purchasing packs of softcorners to make sure your little baby doesn't
bump its head.
3. Stock up.
The scariest thing you'll do is be a parent,Its unknown territory and stress is the last
thing you want trust me.Something I
didn't do but really wish I had, make meals And freeze them, You will be in no
mood to cook dinner when you have a new born. Lots of nappies are essential,
and we had no tiny baby clothing and Autumn was so small she didn't fit new
born so make sure you have a selection of sizes just in case!
I found www.littlewoods.com
to be a lifesaver it has everything you need to get ready for your little one
and take away as much stress as possible, trust me you will want to enjoy your
new arrival not worry your not prepared