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When I fell pregnant back in February 2017, I was extremely excited and thrilled but there was a part of…
Although this blog started out as a book review site (this will continue – don’t worry!) I’ve decided that I’ll also be including reviews on mummy and baby products. There are lots of you out there who do your research before buying these products (I wish I had before wasting a lot of money!) so hopefully, this’ll help.
The book is extremely clever, written well and above all, fun! Each letter is tailored specifically to the character it relates to, making it a clever twist on their original tales.
Happy Mum, Happy Baby follows Giovanna’s journey from being pregnant to becoming a mother. She has two children, Buzz and Buddy and they are extremely cute (there’s plenty of images shown throughout the book.) She talks about childbirth without any frills, how difficult it is to go out and about with a newborn and the difficulty that is setting and sticking to a sleeping routine.
The first book I picked from the pile is Miss You. The reviews on the front swung it for me so I thought I’d give it a go. The story follows Tess and Gus, two individuals whose paths have crossed a number of times over the years, but they haven’t quite realised it. Both from very different backgrounds, the book follows each of their lives, following the ups and downs of going from teenagers to adults.
Over the last year or so, I’ve really been into watching YouTubers. I find myself turning to these vloggers for a review before buying anything these days showing that they have a great deal of influence over their viewers.