#bottlefeedingstories with Then There Were Three

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Kidloland Kids App | Review

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#bottlefeedingstories with Em Linthorpe

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Stepping Out Of My Comfort Zone

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#bottlefeedingstories | Featured

#bottlefeedingstories with Then There Were Three

23rd March 2017

This week we have Jenna from Then There Were Three sharing her #bottlefeedingstories

www.thentherewerethree.uk – I started to bottle feed pretty much from the day she was born. Ideally I would have loved to have breastfed; however I always had an idea that I would not be able to as a few years ago I had been advised that I had underdeveloped milk glands and that breastfeeding would be a struggle.

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Health | Review

Ultimate Weight Loss Hypnosis – Week 2

22nd March 2017

Ultimate Weight Loss Hypnosis Review – Week 2

So this week’s Ultimate Weight Loss Hypnosis sessions were about Mental Detoxing. This post has taken a bit longer to compile for a few reasons.

If I’m honest, I’m struggling to find the time to get the set number of sessions in, as well as remembering to fill in my food diary. This session is shorter, and I certainly found that I relaxed a lot quicker once I started it, but I think having a lot going on in my life at the moment has made it tricky to stick to. My son starts nursery in a fortnight so hopefully I’ll be able to dedicate some time in the day then to listen to the sessions – I’m unsure if I’m genuinely falling asleep before the end of the recordings as I only get chance to listen to them at about 9pm. And when your kid is up at 6am, 9pm is definitely bedtime!

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10 Ways To Conquer Stage Fright

20th March 2017

10 Ways To Conquer Stage Fright

So my impending theatrical debut (unless you count my turn as Hermia in an A Level performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream…) has highlighted my absolute fear of… well, doing almost anything in front of an audience.

Social Anxiety aside I genuinely used to love pratting about on a stage and entertaining people, otherwise why would I have studied Drama and Theatre Studies!? But the run up? It makes me feel physically sick. Much like I do before a job interview. Or a presentation. Or that time I had to do the pre-recorded message for my work’s phone line.

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Featured | Review

Kidloland Kids App | Review

18th March 2017

Kidloland Kids App | Review

Kids and tech is always going to be a contentious issue. Personally, I think we’re heading into a world where technology is going to be moving so quickly, and so essential to our existence, that learning how to use things like tablets and computers from a young age is only going to be beneficial later in life. It’s mad to think that when I was X’s age we only had 4 TV channels, and now look at all the information and entertainment he has available at his finger tips!

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#bottlefeedingstories with Em Linthorpe

16th March 2017

This week’s #bottlefeedingstories post comes from Em over at emlinthorpe.com

Hi, I’m Em and I blog over at Em Linthorpe  I’m a mam to 10 year old daughter C and an almost 2 year old son R. I breastfed both my children from birth, my daughter for 10 days and my son for 3 days before swapping to formula bottle feeding. I intended to breastfeed for at least 6 months each time.

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