Thursday, 1 August 2013


I am currently working with a 2nd baby, but the mother has never been shown how to bath without aids, wind effectively and other basic day to day elementary tasks.

What kind of people are working as maternity nurses that have no wish to share their knowledge.
This leaves me to ask, "Do they know it themselves?". "What training have they had?"

Maybe they don't have that knowledge, which then makes me ask "Why are they doing that job?" and "What kind of training leaves them without the basics?"

I firmly believe that there are some people who work with babies just for the money and actually do not care that much about it, as they know it is a short term booking.

This is absolutely and totally wrong. 

Unless you can feel love and empathy towards a baby, you should not work with them. They are little people, with their own characters and personalities. They are a joy and deserve the best that they can get.

Saturday, 15 September 2012


The little angels now sit up in their high chairs and their sister has a booster seat at the table.

This day it was - eating in the garden!

Sunday, 1 July 2012


The triplets take a nap in their bouncy chairs after lunch and the eldest boy always covers his face to sleep! 
    So funny

Saturday, 30 June 2012


After booking a £400 order from Sainsbury's online, they called half an hour before delivery to say that baby milk and nappies etc would not be included.

When you cannot go out with 4 little people (let alone carry the goods home), online is a wonderful resource. However, there is no point when they do not supply the most important items.

Needless to say, the order was cancelled and she went elsewhere, but found the time in her busy schedule to write to the Manager, who (as to date) has not even had the decency to respond.

Needless to say, Sainsbury's has lost a valuable customer.
Shame they are so arrogant as not to need her custom and neglected those children.

Friday, 29 June 2012


Giving all 5 little ones their lunch went rather well.

That's because they are SO good!!

Tuesday, 12 June 2012


So the triplets and their sister are doing so well, they are now weaning.

Just look at these little wonders.

Monday, 11 June 2012


Beaba Babycook Duo Gypsy was a bad buy and I would avoid wasting your money on an expensive product (£169.99), which does not do what it says.

What made it worse was, the company's attitude to my complaint. Beaba was incredibly patronising, high-handed and basically rude.

They made out that my daughter (for whom I'd bought the machine) and myself, did not know how to use it (even though I told them we had followed the instructions) and kept copying and pasting their sales blurb back at me.

It was bought to help prepare meals for weaning, but the food kept sticking to the sides of the pots after steaming and had to be opened and rearranged many times. So, it was back to the good old conventional methods!

Thank goodness for the site where I bought it. instantly understood and told me to return it and gave me a refund.

Well done and thank you, great customer service.

I will use again, as that's what happens when you get it right!