I've been meaning to make myself a shower cap for ages, just haven't found the time, something in very short supply around here right now.
Two of my lovely friends had birthdays this week though, and both have just had new bathrooms fitted, so they both had the dubious pleasure of being the first victims of my shower cap attempts.
I did throw in a little zippered pouch each and a jar of vanilla sugar scrub too.
I used the fab, super quick and easy tutorial for the pouch from the lovely Snug Bug.
I will make myself a shower cap too, and maybe share a tutorial here.
One of the things that's been keeping me so busy lately.
Almost six years after founding Manchester's first Slingmeet, my good friends, Rachel, Souad, Dominique, and myself have started working together on Manchester's first Babywearing Consultancy
It's exciting and nerve wrecking all at once.
This is our temporary banner, we have a fab new logo being designed , and hopefully will be ready to unveil very soon.
We are going to be offering babywearing classes from mid January 2012 at Glo Family in Cheadle...fab fab premises, with so much for little ones and their parents.
For all you local Mamas (and Papas), take a look at our website, and let us know what you think. x
I made a cake!
November is Newvember, try something new every day in November. Doesn't have to be a big thing, just something small to improve your day.
Yesterday we left for school ten minutes early and instead of walking our usual route along a very busy road, we diverted through the park.
It was lovely, peaceful and a few moments of calm before school. I don't know why we haven't ever done it before.
Today I decided I wanted to bake a chocolate cake for tea. I never bake anything except a very simple apple cake, so this stupidly childish chocolate cake decorated with milky way magic stars is quite an achievement for me.
I feel like a proper grown up Mummy!