Regular readers of my blog will know that we had a baby in March 2016. Our lovely daughter, Daisy, is eight months old now. The time has just flown by and there always seems to be so much to do. We’ve got a lovely memory box, filled with various items that we have kept since Daisy was born. We also had a huge amount of clothes, from her first few weeks and months, that we didn’t want to part with. While some of these were really worn, I wanted to have something created from them. This is where the idea for a baby milestone blanket came from. The lovely Becky from KJS Designs UK got in touch and offered to create us a wonderful baby milestone blanket.
Since having our daughter my husband and I have been trying to make our home even more homely. We have been buying lots of personalised pieces over the last few months. We have a lovely handprint from Centerparcs, personalised Christmas tree ornaments, canvases, photo collages and more. When the fantastic people at Zippi contacted us, to pick a couple of little items, we wanted to choose something traditional and something a bit different.
We are a real couple of watch lovers! My husband and I love fine timepieces. My current watch of choice is a Tag Heuer Aquaracer. I love it and it was a gift for the birth of our first daughter, Daisy. My lovely husband wears a gold Dreyfuss that is beautiful but is starting to see better days. When the lovely people at Jord Wooden Watches got in touch and asked us to review a watch we really couldn’t say no!
Last month my family was invited to the Epson #PaperFightHunt. This was a lovely day out in London. We searched in a beautiful garden for little creatures that had been made using an Epson Ecotank printer. A single sheet of paper, and a bit of Pritt Stick, was all that was needed to create the cute little animals. After our lovely day out the fantastic people at Epson offered to send us this great Epson ET-3600.
Now that we’ve got a daughter, who is learning to feed herself, laundry is a big chore in our home. The laundry basket feels like it is always overflowing. We live in a flat and even using my tips for drying clothes in a flat isn’t always enough. We’ve been ensuring that we regularly get the washing on, to make sure that we keep on top of it. One thing that keeps the washing machine busy is stains. We’ve tried quite a few stain products now, with mixed success. When the great people at Ecoegg contacted me to review a few of their laundry products I jumped at the chance!