The working mum-to-be – work it at work!

Work it at work…not an easy task when your body is growing (rapidly) and you don’t feel your best. What is a working mum-to-be to do? Accessorize – some of the best things to buy when you are pregnant are accessories.  The beauty of buying shoes, scarves, necklaces etc. is that they will all still fit […]

April’s Pregger of the Month

Welcome to Leanne Towell – April’s Pregger of the Month. She’s 31 and you can follow her on Twitter @LeanneTowell We think she and her bump are looking great and very stylish. We asked her a few questions about her pregnancy and here’s what she had to say! How far along are you? 25 weeks and […]

March Pregger of the Month

We are very pleased to introduce Jennie Henley, our Pregger of the Month for March.  Jennie will be a bit further along now as her feature was completed at the beginning of March.  She would love for you to follow her pregnancy blog as her journey continues!! How far along are you? Today (4th March) I am 31 […]

Our Maternity Clothing Size Guide

Some of the mums-to-be (and mums who are!) have told us that one of the biggest problems with buying maternity clothes is finding the right size. So we’ve decided to put together a size guide. In future, we’ll compare all of our stock with this, so no matter what it says on the label, you’ll […]

The Fine Art of Babysitting

You carry your baby for nine long months – you are careful about what you eat, what you drink, how you exercise, how stressed you are, you try to make sure you are getting enough sleep, enough water etc.  Then once they are born you agonize if they are feeding enough, if they are gaining […]

Bundle-O-Joy Has a New Owner!

Finchley-based mum, Elise Mendelle, has sold London maternity business, Bundle-O-Joy to a Cheshire mumpreneur, Emma Dalzell. Bundle-O-Joy was set up a year ago by Elise, a mother of three, whilst she was on maternity leave. Elise wanted to return to her chiropractor profession full-time but realised that she had built up great value in the […]

What can you take when you’re pregnant? Nothing!

With fantastic timing, it is half term and all of us are sick.  Colds, coughs, achy miserable children surround me all whilst my head throbs and I feel like crawling back into bed.  The only saving grace is that I am not pregnant!  As I made myself a remedy of hot water, lemon and honey, […]

Morning (or all day) sickness

Image by http://snow.ipernity.com Quite a common question I hear amongst pregnant women is “Why in the world is it called morning sickness?”  It almost never takes place in the morning and it is certainly not confined to that period.  I was one of the lucky ones.  When I say lucky, I mean I only threw up once […]

First few weeks with new baby go by in a foggy haze

I am trying to quickly write this blog post whilst my youngest naps, my middle one plays near me and my eldest is at school.  I have already gone to Debutots (local drama class), done laundry, picked up from nursery, cleaned the house, done some work, and made and cleaned up from lunch.  I am […]

Planning the birth – what are your options?

Today we have a guest post by Maria Barker.  She has given us some insight on what your options are for giving birth and how to go about planning for your big day.  My advice is not to get too attached to any specific plan, as it may not pan out the way you imagine! […]

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