Bargain Mummy Buys

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Trying to look fab and look after two small boys does not go hand in hand. I used to live to shop, now I live to internet shop! Here are some of my finds this week… Mummies

I gave in to my desires and ordered a Pink Lining Bottom of the Garden bag in peppermint. It is beautiful. Sometimes I can’t believe I get so excited about baby products when a few years ago I couldn’t have cared less. Even though the sale continues at Pink Lining, don’t forget Mummy and Little Me will price match.

I was also lucky enough to be given a Mamascarf to try out this week because I’ve been having quite a few problems getting my baby to ‘stay on’ when feeding  due to various distractions (mainly my 3 year old singing very loudly). The Mamascarf seems to be very useful and I’m looking forward to trying it out on my holiday to France. My baby actually stays on  when I use this and has a proper feed! I am ecstatic especially as you can save 10% until 20th August with the code KEIRA01 at Mamascarf.

Isabella Oliver are offering 15% off for new customers until 31st August, code is AFFMATUK for maternity and AFF365UK  for the 365 range.

Babies

My baby is teething and I can no longer wear a necklace for fear of strangulation. I was thrilled to find theTeething Bling, jewellery that your baby can safely chew, genius! This is my favourite piece and is £10 plus £2.50 postage.  Use discount code EA001 for 10% off.

The time is coming for me to wean! You can’t go wrong with 50% off Annabel Karmel’s book, Top 100 Meals in Minutes: All New Quick and Easy Meals for Babies and Toddlers — was £9.99 now £4.99.

On the subject of weaning, someone at a recent baby group recommended the River Cottage Baby and Toddler Cookbook — was £14.99 now £8.29.

Toddlers

Everyone knows toilet training is hell. I feel like I am always dealing with wees and poos these days and trying to pour a potty into a toilet while holding a baby and pulling up a pair of pants all at the same time isn’t. I like the idea of this product Pourty Easy-to-Pour Potty.  It just looks really easy to use and more comfortable than cheaper potties. It isn’t on special offer as such but has great reviews and, at about £9.99, is probably worth investing in. Looks a bit more hygienic as well as the bit you pour out doesn’t touch where your child sits if you know what I mean.

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