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One of those days

A sepia photograph of a mother holding her sleeping baby in her arms_One of those days- Mrs H's favourite things

Today has been one of those days. One of those days that hasn't gone as planned. One of those days that is drawing to a close and has left me exhausted and a little emotional. Yesterday was also one of those days.…

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Fashion Little Mister H

A perfect capsule wardrobe for kids with Vertbaudet 

A faded photograph of a three month old baby boy wearing a white and navy breton jumper and a pair of jeans_includes the title "The perfect capsule wardrobe for kids with Vertbaudet"_Mrs H's favourite things

I started shopping at Vertbaudet when I was pregnant with Little Mister H. Their maternity clothes are stylish and practical and I lived in them during my pregnancy. There was one dress that I wore every week as I loved it so much. I have to admit that I am wearing it today. Almost four months after giving birth. It is just too comfy. And it looks perfect cinched in with a belt. While browsing the website for maternity wear it seemed…

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Little Mister H Reviews

We made Little Mister H – Introducing We Made Me

A faded photograph of a lady with brown hair standing in a park and wearing her snoozing baby in the Wuti Wrap from the brand We Made Me - includes the blog post title "We made Little Mister H" - Mrs H's favourite things

I fell in love with baby wearing when Little Miss H was six months old and I bought my first wrap. I soon became obsessed but I was sad that I hadn't known about the benefits of baby wearing earlier. As my pregnancy with Little Mister H progressed I became more and more excited by the idea of wearing a newborn. I couldn't wait to have our little bundle of squishiness all wrapped up next to me. Then a few months before…

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Little Mister H at two months old

A faded photograph of a smiling baby boy who is wearing a light green, light blue and white striped babygrow and is lying on a white and blue patterned muslin - includes the title of the blog post "Little Mister H at two months old" - Mrs H's favourite things

Little Mister H was 10 weeks old yesterday. And 10 days ago, he turned two months old. The newborn baby days are behind us. Little Mister H is now a very active and alert baby. He loves to smile and happily gurgles away whilst lying on his playmat. He makes the cutest noises and it sounds like he is trying to talk to us. We have definitely settled into life as a family of 4. And it feels like Little Mister H…

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Little Mister H at one month old

A faded photograph of a one month old baby boy wearing a Bamboo Bunny Romper from Bambini & Me and lying on a white blanket covered in tiny yellow, green and grey stars_ with the title "Little Mister H at one month old" - Mrs H's favourite things

Little Mister H is one month old. It is hard to believe that our sweet boy has been in our lives for only one month. I can't remember what life was like before Little Mister H was part of our family. I was sad that I never completed a baby book or made a record of Little Miss H's development. So I have decided to record how Little Mister H changes from month to month. Starting at the very beginning with Little…

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Finding happiness My family

A heart full of love – The Siblings Project – July 2016

A mum sits on a hospital bed with her three three year old daughter and introduces her to her newborn baby brother - with the title "A heart full of love - The Siblings Project - July 2016" - Mrs H's favourite things

I always knew that Little Miss H would be an amazing sister. That she would be kind and gentle to her sibling. She would be concerned for their welfare and look out for them. She would also boss her baby brother or sister about. Demanding that they play with her. Telling them which character they were playing in her imaginary games. Probably a Disney Princess or a My Little Pony. She would read them stories, show them how to paint and teach…

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