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Mumfessions: Pregnancy Cravings

You’re nearing the end of your first trimester, and suddenly, you must have pickles. But not just any pickles, specifically huge pickled gherkins. And when you’re standing in the checkout queue at Sainsbury’s, you think to yourself nothing –…

Halloween & Half Term Fun

Autumn has officially arrived, which means bidding adieu to long, warm summer evenings and welcoming cozy nights in. Of course, more nights in means having to think of creative ways to keep the little ones occupied! Halloween often coincides…

What You Really Need in Your Nursery

Prepping for the arrival of your little one is a fun time but can also be a little stressful. There are countless of things we need to prepare in advance and no matter how many lists we make, it…

The most popular baby names of 2021

Choosing a name for your baby is something most parents-to-be will spend time thinking about long before the arrival of their bundle of joy – and there are a lot of things to consider. You may choose names with…

How to change a nappy

Mum & You are a team of mums, so we know exactly how it feels the first time you need to change a little baby’s nappy when you have never done it before! That’s why we’ve put together this…

Coming soon: Big new summer arrivals

We’ve been super busy working on some exciting new products for our lovely tribe of parents and they’re nearly here! ? Always helping you protect and care for your family, we’ve got an extra handy addition for your nappy bag and…

Nipple Care: How To Soothe Sore Cracked Nipples

If you’re breastfeeding or expressing your milk, then you may have come up against sore nipples at one point or another. Although babies are only small, they can sometimes cause some nipple pain with their constant feeding demands. Whether…

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5 ways to refuse single use plastic for Plastic Free July

Plastic Free July is a global movement to inspire and educate people all over the world to reduce and refuse everyday single-use plastic at home, work, school and even at your local café. Head over to their campaign website…