For a long time, James’ room was empty. Aside from some boxes and Georgie’s old little bed. It remained locked until recently when we moved him in and I found myself a new room makeover project. So far I’ve moved his bed 379 times, changed his curtains twice and fallen off the ladder once. And I am absolutely loving it! It’s also given me the opportunity to discover and shop from small local businesses that specialise in the kind of original and unique kiddie stuff you only see online. To Sinnefaki opened its doors just in time!
This blog post HAD to happen. Why? Because there were signs. First there was the mention of Hygge on Weeds, which I started watching a few weeks ago. Then there was a random post about the Hygge Manifesto on one of my favourite blogs. And of course before all this, I heard of the Hugå Studio opening in Nicosia.
I’m dying over this Roald Dahl capsule collection for Boden! This year marks the 100th anniversary of the world’s most favourite children’s storyteller so Boden is releasing 35 limited edition clothing designs.
There’s so much information out there, so many different products and gadgets, it’s no wonder new mums can get lost when it comes to buying stuff for their new baby. As a second-time mummy I thought it would be a good idea to list what I really use with James. The basics, no fuss, no muss.
Next time you’re in London make sure you look up this cool concept store. Cissy Wears boasts a range of ultra modern and high quality clothes and other beautifully designed products. Such as toys and gifts, books, homeware and even clothes for grown ups and other goodies you won’t be able to resist.