It’s absolutely rotten to see your little one struggling when they have a cold; sleeping often goes out the window and feeding can be really tricky thanks to their tiny little nostrils being blocked up. Snufflebabe – the UK’s no. 1 baby nasal decongestant range – knows that colds are no fun for anyone, so their 5 effective solutions are here to help your little one sleep, feed, and breathe in comfort. Snufflebabe asked me to share my top tips for sleeping and feeding when your baby has a cold, to hopefully help you and your little ones this cold and flu season.
Generally speaking, the worst of the sleep deprivation is behind us now. That said, neither Toby or Martha sleeps through every night, and if one does you can get your bottom dollar the other won’t. After a bit of a bad spell, I thought I was doing relatively well, until these 5 signs told me I’m more exhausted than I’d realised!
In exactly 10 weeks’ time, Phil and I will be embarking on the Royal Parks Half Marathon in London – my first ever half marathon and Phil’s first organised run since the 2014 London Marathon. This is an amazing experience for us, but also a way to raise some vital funds for MAMA Academy.
I know, I’m meant to celebrate how amazing my body is, and that it carried and birthed two babies, and it breastfed them (and continues to feed Martha), and it’s basically the best thing ever. I feel that way, I really do. I love what my body has done and I feel every single positive thing about it in that respect, but the same cannot be said for how it looks.
Growing up, I didn’t have career goals or much of an idea what I wanted to be, other than a mother. I discarded the notion of being a journalist after a summer’s work experience at the local rag and beyond that, all I truly knew was that I would one day be a mummy. Then I became one.