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Natalie Mudd

being a millennial

Why millennial mums need to let go of perfect

I often find myself wondering how my mum did it. I grew up in a house that was always pristine, my wardrobe was full of clean, perfectly ironed clothes and we’d always have dinner on the table for 6pm…

Nairn's astro bites for kids

Fuelling our family snack times with Nairn’s oatcakes

I’ve always been a serial snacker. Although I’m pretty mindful about what I cook and what we eat at mealtimes, I completely let myself down when it comes to snacking in between. Over the years I’ve learnt that the…

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Harry at 7 months old – Testing times and the best of times

We’ve had some challenges to overcome this month with a refusal to eat, restless nights and eczema that’s been difficult to get under control. Your weight has dropped again too and meal times have become something of a sport…

#MySundayPhoto – “Look Mummy! Flowers!”

I’ve said it before that one of the things I love most about being a mum is seeing the world all over again through the eyes of my kids. I love how they appreciate those things we take for…

grey living room with modern fireplace

A new modern grey living room

When we moved into our new home last summer, we knew that we would want to give the living room an update. It had green carpet, an old fashioned gas fireplace and dark wooden windows. We wanted to create…

cosy bedroom

3 ways to transform your bedroom into a plush sanctuary

Your bedroom is your sanctuary, the one place in the entire house that should soothe you after a stressful day. It should be carefully curated to help you relax and unwind. If your sleeping space is currently falling short,…

#MySundayPhoto – Lazy sick days

We’ve had two poorly children this week and have been battling high temperatures, coughs and colds. Taylor got sent home ill from preschool on Tuesday, and Harry has been keeping us up most nights needing cuddles. This photo was…