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Motherhood

Making The World #BetterForBaby

December 17, 2015
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Babies have an incredible effect on people. I’d consider myself to be quite hardened to it – 5 years of minimal sleep will do that to a gal – but even I go all gooey around newborns. They represent everything that is good and lovely in the world: fresh starts, love, community and cuddles. What’s not to love? To showcase just how babies bring out the best in us all, Pampers have released a short film… turns out my heart…

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Motherhood

How Life Changes When You Have A Baby

January 28, 2014
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When I had Elfie I was determined that I wouldn’t change as a person. I knew some things would be different – I wouldn’t be able to go out on a whim, would be a bit thicker round the middle for a few months, might lose a bit of sleep and there’d be a new little person around the place, but essentially I was determined that life as I knew it would remain the same. How different could things get,…

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Huxley

Things That Won’t Calm My Crying Baby

April 5, 2013
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Hux cried for two long, loud hours last night. It was reminiscent of the colic days, days so bleak I’ve managed to block them out of my memory. That awful crying babies do when they’re feeling miserable and sad but you can’t do anything to make them feel better and it breaks your heart. It was bad enough when he was a tiny newborn baby and would scream for hours on end, but now he’s that little bit older and…

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Hux At 9 Months Or Thereabouts

February 20, 2013
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Huxley Harold. Our Bubby. When I’m with you my nose is permanently plastered to your neck, your ear, your hair. Because the smell of your baby creases is so delicious I wish I could bottle it and wear it every day, because I know before too long you’ll grow up and start smelling of PE lessons, cheesy feet and Lynx. One of the best things I like to do with you is go places, anywhere, the hardware shop the co-op,…

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