When the people at Bobadeg
offered me one of their gorgeous personalised children’s books to review I jumped at the chance!
They are also going to let me give two books away to you, my readers.
|Image courtesy of Bobadeg
Now lets hear what Bobadeg is about:
“Bobadeg is based in the UK and has developed a range of fun and educational, personalised books for children aged 5 and under. Our aim is that each of our products provide a unique learning adventure for each child that makes them feel special.
All of our books can be personalised with your child’s photo and name. A number of our customers comment on how proud their child or grandchild feels when they receive their book and how often they go back to it once they have received it.”
Their personalised kids books are aimed at children aged 5 and under. But my daughter is only 4 months old and is fascinated by all the bright colours, and I love to read the story to her. I do think if she got hold of it though it would end up a chewed mess! So for now I will just hold and read it to her. Until she is older to understand it.
There are 7 designs of the Bobadeg books you can choose from.
- Fairy Garden
- Funny Fish
- I can Fight Dragons – Boys Version
- I can Fight Dragons – Girls Version
- Jiggly Juggly Journey
- Swirly Twirly Kite
- That’s Poo!
As you can see from the photo below I chose The Fairy Garden version
I think what makes the book really special is as well as adding your child’s name and photo you can also have a personal message placed inside the front cover.
How To Create Your Personalised Bobadeg Book
There are 3 simple steps on the Bobadeg website
to help you create your personalised book.
STEP 1 – PICK A BOOK from one of their great designs.
STEP 2 – PICK A SIZE: You can choose between a standard size book and free bookmark or a mini book which is like the one I received above.
STEP 3 – PERSONALISATION DETAILS – Simply fill in their personalisation boxes to let them know:
a) Your child’s first name,
b) The message you would like to appear on the inside cover of the book
c) A photo of your child facing the camera
I just have to point out that on the back of the mini book was some of the other books in the series with their personalised front covers. I really love this little touch as it’s great to see what the other books would look like if you decide to get more from the series.
I think they are great little books and make perfect little birthday presents. Therefore I am giving the personalised Bobadeg books a 5 out of 5 stars rating.
* I received this personalised mini book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.
The one word that sums up my week for Word of the Week is Hot.
It’s very humid and hot by night and so my husband finds it hard to sleep. He’s what I call a hot bod and has a high normal body temperature so is always hot even in Winter. I’m the total opposite to him and feel the cold pretty easily. But this week does seem to be really hot overnight.
I have one of those Gro Eggs in our bedroom as baby girl sleeps in the same room as us by night. So it’s really good to keep an eye on the temperature for her and so we know what to dress her in over night. I wrote a post on Night-Time
when baby girl was just a few weeks old. But that was when the weather was a lot cooler.
Time is short at the moment with a fussy 4 month old so I have decided to combine my monthly Roundup and Bucket List posts into one. It’s actually a bit of a brain wave for me to come up with time-saving ideas that might help!
May has been a really good blogging month for me. I started the blog everyday in May challenge. To be honest I think I was a bit optimistic in thinking I could write a blog post everyday for the month with a baby. But I have published 24 posts out of 31 so not too bad.
The word that sums up my week is Fussy. I have one little fussy 14 week old baby on my hands this week. Bless her she doesn’t cry just fusses. Her bottom lip comes out and it’s so cute.
She has begun her teething journey. We have been going through numerous bibs a day covered in drool. She chews like crazy on her hands and Sophie the Teething Giraffe. She is just little miss fussy pants this week. We have been having lots of cuddles so I haven’t been able to get a lot done at all this week.
Also this week has been a complete turnaround for baby girls sleep pattern. We have been having 6-7 hours sleep for a few weeks. It’s been glorious for me! But now fussy baby girl has been waking at least 3x a night. Like I said before she doesn’t cry, just makes her fussy noises. I pick her up and give her a little dream feed and off she goes back to sleep again. It’s very tiring and draining.
A few weeks back I heard about an app called The Wonder Weeks and it tells you when your baby is going through her mental development and growth leaps. Baby girl is in one of her leaps now so that explains her fussiness. She is in leap 4 at the moment where the little red baby head is shown in the picture below, and lasts for another 23 days!. This leap is known as the World of Events.
After this leap she will be able to perceive smooth transitions with her senses. Like grasping with her hands. This is completely correct as she picked my glasses off my face yesterday and threw them on the floor! She has also started to react to her name and is always looking to see where her dad or I am. These are all new developments.
So there you have the one word that sums up my week – Fussy.
I hope you have all had a better week than me!
Have a great weekend.
I had never heard of Japanese Moony nappies before being asked to review them. They were packaged like normal nappies but that’s where the similarities to our normal nappies ends. I was sent the large size which is for 9-14kg. Unfortunately they were a size to big for baby girl. But we did try them on her to see how they worked.
The nappies have a wetness indicator that changes from blue to yellow when wet. I think this is a great little feature as in the UK we only have that on newborn nappies. I don’t know how to read Japanese! but I could get the idea of the features of the nappy by the pictures on the back.
Moony nappies have great 3D absorption capabilities and are made from natural organic materials. We found them to be very soft. Much softer than the UK nappies. They are also very pretty designed. Winnie the Pooh is a great favourite of children’s, so it’s fantastic that it’s incorporated on the nappy.
I love the green sticky tabs on the nappies. It makes it much easier to find quickly with a wriggly baby!
I have to mention again how soft the Moony nappies are. It’s the unique selling point to me. Silky soft and great for sensitive skin. The nappies are also very thin so great for mobility. I had no problems with leaks.
The Moony nappies come in various sizes which are mentioned in kg on the side of the packet.
The only negative with the Moony nappies is the cost. They are pretty expensive compared to Aldi nappies and even Pampers. This pack of 54 costs currently £17.49 on Amazon which is on sale from £27.99, at the time of publishing this post. They are authentic Japanese nappies so in my opinion you are paying for shipping from Japan as well as the great Japanese technology inside these nappies.
- I am giving the Moony nappies 4 out of 5 stars. It would have been 5 but the cost of the nappies dropped it a point.
What do you think of these Moony nappies? Are they brand you would try?
*I am a part of the Amazon Affiliate scheme so if you click on a link to Amazon and buy, I will receive a little bit back, so thanks if you do. I was sent these nappies to review. All opinions are my honest thoughts.
Well baby girl has reached the 3 month mark and doesn’t fit her 0-3 month old clothes anymore. Now is the time to do the first clear out of newborn clothes in her wardrobe.
I do feel a bit sad about this as some pieces are so cute. I have been making up a Keepsake box as I go along keeping some items that hold special memories for us. I’ve kept her first baby gro and hat that she wore in the hospital. The first item of clothing we bought at our 20 week scan when we knew we were having a girl. That’s the cute little dress in the picture below. We have popped her little vest into the box as well that her daddy bought her as he is a huge Metallica fan.
Other newborn baby clothes we have decided to pack up, and sell some bits on eBay. At least this way other mums will get some use out of them as well for their babies. These snow suit items are perfect for winter, keeping babies warm and snug.
If you have family or friends with babies at the correct age, that’s another way of clearing out your babies wardrobe. I believe it’s important to have a clear out every so often to keep that clothing cycle going around and so you don’t get over run with outgrown clothes.
It seems nowadays babies never get full wear and tare out of there clothes, they grow so fast. Another way of clearing out newborn clothes is to give them to your local charity shops. They are always glad for baby clothes.
The money we get from the clothes sales we will be putting back into her clothes pot.
These sleep suits from Next
below are gorgeous, very good quality, lots of wear still to get from them. The one thing I love about Next sleep suits is that they all have foldable covers for the tiny little hands. Perfect for night-time keeping the hands warm. They have very cute designs for baby girls. We bought some more in the next size up to use now.
This is the cutest little sun hat and dress for a newborn. Baby girl never really got to wear it due to the time of year she was born in. It’s not really for February weather!.
There is always something she needs at the minute. Mind you that’s partially my fault as I can’t resist wondering into the baby clothes department at my local supermarket. This week I happened to come across the cutest denim jacket in her 3-6 month size. I couldn’t help but buy it. My reasoning is that the weather is getting warmer so she will need to have a light jacket instead of her woolly fleecy one.
What do you do with your outgrown baby clothes?
I would love to hear your thoughts.