HiPP Organic new food range tested - Month 4 of our Weaning Journey

As we continue along our weaning journey thing’s are getting messy. Little G-Man has been introduced to a whole range of finger foods with his favourite by far being Avocado and Toast.

As part of the HiPP Organic Wean Team, we were recently sent samples of a new range of baby foods being introduced by HiPP Organic this coming June.

HiPP Organic new baby food range

The new HiPP Organic porridge pouches are suitable for little ones aged 6 months+ and come in three tasty new flavours:
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Bagged a Baghera Car on eBay

It’s been a while since we bagged a deal on eBay, but I’ve just picked up our latest bargain, another second new car. Lukcily this one, a Baghera Pedal Car, cost considerably less than the first!

Baghera Racing Pedal Car

The Baghera Bolides were inspired by legendary racing cars in automotive history with their retro design echoing the streamlined styles of the 1930’s cars.

The car is fully adjustable at the pedals and the seat allowing it to be used by children up to the age of 6 years.

Since spotting one while on holiday in Corsica, I fell in love with the vintage feel of the Baghera range of cars, and hope that when Little G-Man is older, he’ll adore his customised pedal car.
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ACDC concert Wembley 2015

Being a life long fan of AC/DC and having attended numerous concerts I, like other AC/DC fans, were disappointed with the news that Brian Johnson would no longer be part of their latest UK tour dates.

Having seen Brian perform in Wembley only last year, he is undoubtedly going to be missed by AC/DC staunch supporters as Axl Rose steps in (or should I say wheels in) to mixed reactions.

Still, for me, the AC/DC concert at Manchesters Etihad Stadium, is a chance of seeing one of my favourite bands, albeit with a slight twist, perform another amazing show. Also it’s a chance to enjoy a night away with the boys and possibly getting a good nights sleep.
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Little Finger Door Stoppers Header

With summer upon us, albeit for only a few days, no doubt that many of us had our doors open throughout the house creating a gentle breeze. The worry and concern for many parents are doors slamming and catching a little toddlers fingers, something that can easily be prevented with Little Finger Door Stoppers.

Babies and toddlers are simply unaware of the injuries that can be caused by fingers being trapped in a door. Door Stoppers help to prevent baby fingers from being trapped and they are very easy to fit, simply slipping over the side or top of a standard door to create a gap preventing the doors from closing fully.
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Worlds Most Expensive Car Seat

Little G-Man is almost out of his Silver Cross Simplicity car seat as he continues to pile on the weight trying his hardest to impersonate Stretch Armstrong, and so our hunt for a new car seat began.

As we both suffer with bad backs, we decided to invest in a swivel car seat and considered the Britax Dualfix and Maxi Cosi Axiss 360° before finally deciding on the Nuna Rebl. It gets great reviews and offers more reclining positions than others, so just before placing our order, we ran a compatibility check to make sure it could be fitted in our car and it failed!

So a £395 car seat has now cost us over £10,500!

Choosing A Car

Car seats to one side, we now had to research and decide on a car to buy. Pre Little G-Man, we used to replace our cars every 3 years, but when we bought the Ford Kuga back in 2012, after part-exchanging my beloved BMW 123d M-Sport Coupe, the plan was to keep it as long as possible and run it into the ground.
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