I’ve been cutting my own fringe for yonks (cheaper, easier, you’re in control and more fun 😜) so here’s all my top tips in one 5 min video – grab a cuppa and your sharpest pair of scissors*, have a watch and go for it. Good luck and let me know how you get on !
The other night, as I was tucking Sonny into bed just after we’d read about teeth in one of our favourite books, ‘How Will I Grow?‘ – adults have thirty-two, in case you were wondering – we started discussing the difference between baby teeth and grown up teeth. Sonny promptly launched into an anecdote about why baby ones are “cooler” than “grown up” ones (note to self: how the heck does our 3 year old know the word “cool”?) and how he’s convinced that he’s lost a tooth (he definitely hasn’t). Anyway, I was instinctively triggered in that moment to ask him one of my all time favourite questions, and it goes something like this:
For nearly 7 years, my husband and I lived a pretty stereotypical, full on East London life. We worked hard during the day, went out for dinner on weekends (best. vegan. noodles. ever), spent far too many Saturdays in Victoria Park (head to the back left for the quiet part), caffeinated in Hackney coffee shops and mooched around markets.
Books are life! And with everyone spending so much more time at home these days and potentially needing a little extra switch off time one way or another, we thought we’d pull together a list of 5 books we’re loving at the moment.
OK OK, so we all know about beeswax wraps (my fave) and bamboo straws (love these ones) but today I’d love to share with you a few more unusual kitchen swaps that you might not have heard of (maybe you have, because you’re awesome)
Harem pants, fisherman pants, hippy trousers, buddha pants…call them what you will, I am a huge fan of these baggy beauties and find any excuse to pop a pair on myself or the boys. They work perfectly for more endowed cloth nappy bums, can be worn all year round (just team with a cute oversized knit jumper in the Winter…), last for years, wash well, are super comfortable and look just a little bit cute too. Here’s a round up of some of my fave brands and the stories behind their makers.