I personally had my first relaxer in 2009, when I was 17, and therefore was confident that I knew how to care for natural hair. However, the reality was that I only knew about my own hair. My daughter’s texture is nothing like how mine was and I had to take time to learn about… Continue reading My daughter’s natural hair routine
It was my birthday on Monday (24th July) and I’m always reflective around my birthday, but this year more than ever. When we are younger, we tend to set ourselves life goals to achieve by the time we are 21, 25, 30 etc. but I didn’t do it as much when the twins were born.… Continue reading Turning 25…
In the UK, when school is out for summer, children get 6 glorious weeks at home. After the first few well deserved lie-ins, your little ones are likely to get bored. There are so many fun activities for both children and adults to do in and around London, and they are usually open 7 days a week so… Continue reading 15 places to take your children this Summer (London)
Since having my youngest child, I have grown to love some items. Some of them I used with the twins and others were a first time buy. It’s easy to buy into the baby product hype and just purchase everything because you think you need it, but don’t be quick to spend all your money.… Continue reading Mummy must haves!
So you may know by now that my twins were born by c-section, and it was elective (planned) because it was in my best interest to deliver that way. The decision of a c-section was presented to me in my third trimester, so I had a bit of time to research about it; which was… Continue reading 10 things I didn’t know about C-Sections
Children are expensive, and they could run your pockets dry, if you let them. From clothing to toys, toiletries to haircare, we are constantly spending on our little ones and we could be uneccessarily wasting money. There will always be an unexpected cost here and there which is difficult to plan for, but you should… Continue reading Tips to help you save money
Sometimes I can’t believe that I actually have 3 children. As I only have two hands, I’m really outnumbered and gone are the days when I could hold hands with the twins and walk down the street. People always ask me if looking after one newborn is easier than two newborns; and for me, the… Continue reading Welcoming a new child