Happy July! It’s an exciting month as baby A turns one – I cannot believe it’s gone so quickly. I’m a little bit late with June’s Favourite Things because I had a busy week of work last week and I’m also planning for my talk at The Allergy Show this weekend. I finally feel like Summer has begun though and I’m enjoying being outside more.
Asda Free From Range
At the end of last year Baby A and I travelled down to London to get a first look at Asda’s new and improved free from range. Now it has been launched in stores we have been sent some samples to give away. It’s great to see all the free from ranges expanding and offering lots of great treats that are safe to share. I particularly like the caramel rice squares but have a taste and see which is your favourite.
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Baby A walking
OK, so this is one of my favourite things and also making me a little bit sad – my baby is walking! She has always wanted to do everything early so it is no surprise that she was walking at 10 months. However, it does officially mean we are out of the baby days and as I know I’m not having any more children it is making me feel a bit broody and nostalgic.
Alpro Soy +1 minis
I am so excited to see these on the shelves and wish they had started making them earlier! J is a complete milk-a-holic and it is still his comfort food of choice. So it is great to be able to throw one of these in the change bag and have it to hand. Baby A will soon be moving onto this milk as well. Although they are a little pricey, and I would normally take a beaker of milk if I knew I needed it, these are the perfect back up.
We went away to Hunstanton in Norfolk at the beginning of the month – it already seems ages ago! J had a great time digging on the beach and visiting the Sea Life centre while baby A enjoyed swimming and dancing at the children’s club. A holiday is never quite the same once you have children but it is lovely to just get away without any distractions.
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