Gemma’s Toddler Kitchen – Stained Glass Cookie Ornaments

Gemma’s Toddler Kitchen – Stained Glass Cookie Ornaments

Hi I’m Gemma; 32 years young with 4 children aged 6, 4, 2 and 7 months (3 girls and 1 boy and 9 years of marriage here we are! I blog over at Gemma's Toddler Kitchen. I've worked as a commercial model for almost 14 years. I have been lucky enough to experience a very glamorous world – I still dip my toe in when I get a chance but nowadays with 4 kids I find it challenging to find the time and energy. I have juggled my career around my babies and…continue reading →
Little Things that make Christmas Special

Little Things that make Christmas Special

My memories of Christmas as a child are nothing but wonderful. Of course I remember the presents we were given from Santa, our parents, family and friends but they’re not what made Christmas magical every year. The things that really stick with me are the little things we did as a family. When my parents bought a video camera we would film the present opening every year. It would start in the morning, with us in our best clothes, sat around the Christmas Tree. Before we started opening our presents my brother and…continue reading →
Christmas Chocolate Muffins – Guest Post

Christmas Chocolate Muffins – Guest Post

I'm so excited to be guest posting on My Two Mums today. I love reading about their adventures with M and seeing their fab photography. My name is Harriet and I blog at A Rush of Love. I have a 20 month old daughter called Ava and something that we love to do together is bake.I used to bake with my own mother as a child and have always loved it. To us it is sensory play and we have so much fun. In the run up to Christmas I decided to bake…continue reading →
Anyway Up Cup – REVIEW

Anyway Up Cup – REVIEW

This Guest post is by the lovely Elsie and her little Devon Dumpling. My beautiful baby girl is fast approaching 18 months now. As a result I, like many mothers of a toddler (working hard to get to grips with that word instead of baby!) have a cupboard getting fuller by the month with different cups and beakers. In fact I'm a bit of a sucker for most new baby products! Luckily for us our friendship with "My two Mums" means we have been able to test the 'anyway up '360• Toddler Sip…continue reading →
Keeping Children Amused On A Budget – Guest Post

Keeping Children Amused On A Budget – Guest Post

Keeping the small person in your life entertained needn’t cost a fortune – which is good news with Summer Holidays starting! If the sun is out, why not pack a picnic and head to your nearest park? Make some sandwiches and some squash, grab a blanket and a ball and you’re set for a good few hours of fun, at zero cost. Don’t live near a park? No problem – how about a teddy bear’s picnic in the garden? Lay out a blanket (or old sheet!), some plastic plates & your toddler can…continue reading →
Eve from Baba + Boo – Guest Post

Eve from Baba + Boo – Guest Post

Eve from Baba + Boo shares how becoming a mum gave her the motivation to start her own business Many parents we come across today have fabulous ideas of ways in which they can make it easier for other parents. Cloth nappies are becoming increasingly popular so we asked Eve about her business... And so the madness began… I struggle with using the word ‘organic’ – too Apprentice-like for me but that is how Baba+Boo has grown. I didn’t have a master-plan or a business plan at the beginning. It started out as…continue reading →
Author, Claudia Eicker-Harris Q & A – Guest Post

Author, Claudia Eicker-Harris Q & A – Guest Post

Recently we were on a mission to find some books for our little one's library which reflected our family. We were lucky enough to be contacted by My Family Products who stock books aimed at teaching children about different families amongst other things. A book we were particularly drawn to was Freddy and Frieda's Travelling Tales, a story of two mice travelling the world sharing their stories as they travel. We are happy to bring you a guest post today by Emily Jones. Emily was lucky enough to ask the author of Freddy…continue reading →