Curls, Coils and Kinks

I constantly get a lot of questions asking about Taliyahs hair care routine and what I use, how I manage it, how she lets me braid it and so forth. I have done a few posts previously about her hair but as she grows so does her hair and more work is needed for her hair

Taliyah’s hair in its natural state no product or water etc is a mixture of 3c and 4a texture (see table below to refer to hair types)In order to work out your child’s hair routine you first need to establish your child’s hair type and then you will find out what works best for them. Every hair type needs different handling and care, but as an all rounder retaining moisture is definitely the key.

Daily hair routine

  • Moisturise scalp- now the beginning to good healthy head of hair is starting from the root (scalp). It’s all fine and dandy having curls for days but it the scalp ain’t moisturised healthy hair won’t grow. For Taliyahs scalp I use a combination of raw Shea butter (straight from Ghana), argon oil and coconut oil. I try to keep the products that touch her scalp directly as natural as possible.
  • Moisturise hair- now with curly, coily and kinky hair it’s essential that hair doesn’t get dry as it can get brittle and spilt and break. I used a leave in conditioner from the cantu kids range and put all over her hair, if there are tangles I then apply the detangling spray. Never brush dry hair always moisturise hair and never brush from the root. Always start from the tip and gradually work your way up the shaft of the hair. I also find that with this hair texture tangle teezer brushes are your best friends. Avoid using a comb to go through the hair.
  • Enhance curls,coils,kinks- now everyone loves a finished look so what I used to create even more defined curls is the cantu curling cream, and the bbnatural curling custard. I have to warn people if the curls, coils and kinks aren’t already there it’s not going to create what’s not there it merely enhances and defines.
  • Slick rick- now no hair style is complete without a slick look, whenever I wear Taliyahs hair in bunches, buns, poodle puffs I use the styling custard as it holds all the stray frays and if I want to go the extra mile I use a bit of Shea butter then a tiny amount of styling custard to curl her baby hairs. The reason I used Shea butter before is to protect her baby hairs as those are fine.
  • Wash-day- now with the weather being colder I don’t wash Taliyahs hair as often as I did in the summer which was every fortnight, now wash day is every 3 weeks which works well for her hair type.

Here are a few protective hairstyles I have done for Taliyah which are easy to do, require less maintenance and avoid having to tie up everyday.

If I do Taliyahs hair whilst she’s awake I put her in her high chair put the tray on and put a few toys or pens and paper to distract her. Doing her hair whilst asleep is however my favourite as she’s easier to manoeuvre.

Now not everyone knows how’s to braid so well so here are a few hairstyles that need little to no skill and effort, and quick and easy to achieve.

These are fun to style with bobbles, bows, ribbons the works. However I wouldn’t recommend them every day as tying hair up can create tension on your child’s scalp and we want to preserve them edges.

If your child has shorter hair and you still want to style it into cute hairstyles instead of pulling it into bunches why not try mini Bantu knots. Section the hair an twist then wrap into little Bantu knots. This is a great protective style and also looks super cute with bows if you are going out.

If all does fail and styling hair is a bit of a task just wear hair out in a curly, coily or kinky fro, perfect for every occasion!

– Mrs B

One year on

Hip hip hooray! Hip hip hooray!

What’s all the excitement about? Well a bit overdue but last month we officially hit our 1 year mark of blogging and what better way but to celebrate with a little site revamp. 

We officially have a logo which I made myself , yes I’m back with my creative spark.

To mark the momentous occasion we did a fall shoot with the ever so talented JKG Photography. Here’s a little milestone update of our main lady and what we’ve been working on.

Words I can say

  • Mummy (I’ve graduated from mama to the full on thing now)
  • Eyes (and I have to point at them when I say it)
  • Grandma and grandpa
  • Tee-ta (my own take on my auntie Nitas’ name)
  • Good girl (how ironic)
  • Save the day (from my fav show pj masks)

What I can do

  • Point out my nose, eyes, mouth, teeth, hair
  • Point out Jake, Finn and Be-mo (my adventure time toy figures)
  • Climb up the stairs confidently 
  • Action along with head shoulders knees and toes and wind the bobbin up 
  • I can do a forward roll (clearly I love baby gymnastics)
  • I know how to plié (learned this in my first ballet lesson)
  • Bite super hard because I now have 8 teeth (which still hurt when they are coming through)

What we’ve been working on

  • We are currently product testing a new prototype breast pump that’s super top secret but it’s going amazingly well, nothing beats liquid gold straight from the boob
  • We have been working with Asda’s little angels and Dr Hilary Jones on an amazing mini series that is launching soon, thanks to Myriad PR
  • Getting super excited for the festive period 

Aside all of that we are excited that all our readers have continued to follow us on this journey and we have a lot more in store; we are going to commit to more frequent posts, and lots and lots of pictures. 

– Mrs B

Pumping on the job

I didn’t think I would be one of those mums that would be so attached to their child that maternity leave turns into stay at home mode. For some that is a true reality however I did want to get back to working eventually, extra income to spend on baby girl yayyyy.

With that being said it’s been officially two weeks of working (didn’t go back to my old job because they suck! But God got me a ten times better one). I wanted to base the blog post on breastfeeding mums that still want to breastfeed but are going back to work. So I create a little list of tips to that are helping me and should help you.

Before work:

  • Establish a good pumping routine so you know when you go to work you can pump in a short amount of time.
  • Create a back up stock of pumped milk (I only had about two 4oz as Taliyah is older, plus prior to me going back to work she only drank boob juice from my boob)
  • Organise childcare with people who support your need to want to continue breastfeeding (between my mum and my husband who has two days off work they split it)
  • Plan the best routes to and from work that are quickest as you want to spend as long as you can breastfeeding before work and get home quick enough to breastfeed
  • Where possible use a manual pump as they are more compact to carry about and still do the job (this is an electric one but it also uses batteries)

During work

  • First thing is kindly request a room where you can pump privately (speak to your HR department as they would be best versed on this)
  • Work out how often you would need to pump to keep supply up (I only pump once at work; right at the start of my lunch break as I can leave up to 4/5 hours without nursing till my boob balloons if it’s not been emptied prior)
  • Drink lots of water! This will help keep your supply up and helps replenish your body 
  • Make sure there is adequate storage space for the pumped milk (my work place have a number of well kept fridges that I store pumped milk). If there isn’t a fridge look into getting a long term cooler bag
  • Phone home to check that your amazing baby has drank your boob juice (as Taliyah is older she drinks it out of a cup at around lunch time after her morning nap) we wouldn’t want her to think boob juice has vanished 

After work 

    • Don’t forget to take your stored milk home with you! As it isn’t your fridge you don’t want to leave it over night etc
    • Take that quick pre-planned route home as you’ve missed your little one 
    • Watch all the videos and pictures you’ve been sent of him/her for the 100th time (I noticed that Taliyah learnt a lot of new things in my first week without me so need them documented)
    • Once you get home smoother with lots of hugs and kisses and once that’s out the way nurse till dinner time!

    What I found was that she nursed a lot more closer to bed time more frequently as a comfort which I am totally happy with. My supply is still well established as I am not leaving it longer than 4 hours to pump. Taliyah coped so well this first week and has a nice routine which is key for keeping a breastfed babies security once boob is away from them awhile.

    Hope this post helps and encourages any breastfeeding mummy’s going back to work, school or simply just going to be away from you little one for a while.

    – Mrs B

    Happy 1st Birthday Taliyah 

    June 25th 2016, 04:50am my baby Taliyah Jane Lailani decided that it was time to make a guest appearance 13 days late that is.

    Taliyah at One

    My favourite food: chips + vegiballs

    My favourite fruit: strawberries

    My favourite toy: anything that’s a tube especially my mummy’s lip glosses

    My favourite tv show: adventure time (in the mornings), pj masks (they taught me how to climb), doc mcstuffins (because I love how she fixes things)

    My favourite song: my daddy is a producer and makes the best beats so I get exclusive songs 

    My first word: ‘da-da’ but I’ve upgraded to na-na’, ‘mama’, ‘bye bye da-da’, ‘hi’ and most times I speak a totally foreign language

    My first steps: I walked on my mummy’s birthday, fingers crossed she takes me to gymnastics because I love rolling and climbing

    My favourite outside toy: I love the swings, and love trying to climb up the slide

    My favourite game: peekaboo behind the curtains 

    To celebrate her first birthday Taliyah did an amazing cakesmash session with photographer @Mellzphotography which was amazing as she created the perfect boho theme for TT. The yummy cake was provided by @dinahsdesserts.

    A year ago today you came into my life and completed me. You showed me how easy it is to love unconditionally and to be completely selfless. You brought out the best in me and showed me how to be a real woman. So happy that I’ve been given the honour to be your mother you intelligent, cheeky, beautiful little lady. Honestly so proud to have you as my daughter queen.

    – Mrs B

    Public breastfeeding series

    Happy 11 months to my beautiful, smart, charismatic baby girl. 

    With that being said I get asked at least two times a day ‘when are you going to stop breastfeeding’. Last week we got interviewed by channel 5 regarding public breastfeeding in honour of The Big Breastfeeding Cafe. So this week I decided that everywhere I go I would make the conscious effort to unapologetically publicly breastfeed (light work because Taliyah loves a boob on the go) and photograph the moment. 

    Our first public breastfeeding session this week took us to the Saatchi Gallery in Sloane Square. After a long afternoon of Taliyah getting so much knowledge from all the beautiful pieces of art she was pooped. So we found a  seating spot outside one of the galleries and nursed to nap time. It was very fuss free and no one stopped and stared, which makes sense as there was so much provocative art. Surely feeding your child liquid gold cannot make you feel uneasy in that environment. 
    Our second public breastfeeding session took place on the London Underground! Now this was a bit more difficult as we couldn’t just slip off to a corner, it’s literally you face me I face you vibe! Luckily for anyone else’s uncomfort my fiancé was sat opposite me. This time round Taliyah was thirsty and a bit peckish on a tedious journey from south London to north. So who could blame her for wanting a little pick me up. It wasn’t as easy nursing on the train as it was moving and space was limited and as you can see Taliyah loves a gymnastics whilst eating.

    Our third public breastfeeding session took us to the park. Now when Taliyah was first born and we finally went out we went to the park and we nursed but it was a totally different experience for us. Then we had a nursing blanket covering us, we were sat away from everyone and really tried to be discreet. This time round we had no cover (I mean who hides themselves whilst they eat?). We didn’t go to a tiny corner away from everyone and we didn’t try to be discreet. This is because breastfeeding your child is the most natural thing you can do. 

    As corny as it may sound it feels like such an accomplishment to be able to nurture a child with the liquid gold my body produces. 

    The fact that it has so many nutrients that help with the growth and development of my daughter is just amazing to me. The fact that it is a natural comfort and stress reliever for bubs makes me so happy. 

    A lot of mothers feel that they have to wean their babies off breastmilk once they hit the 6 month mark, but that isn’t the case. Breastfeeding after 6 months still has a lot of benefits; liquid gold carries antibodies and still has immunologic factors. This can be even more important from 6 months and beyond when bubs are exposed to much more illness and infection as they get out and about more. What I do love most is the wonderful bond that breastfeeding creates between me and my baby. 

    My tips for nursing mums:

    • Don’t feel pressured to stop breastfeeding your child at anytime, your baby and your body
    • Do not question if baby is getting enough; eating a balanced diet, drinking lots of water and baby having enough wet and soil nappies will let you know
    • Do not let others question you “is he/she full” nobody knows your baby better than you (i mean they lived in you for over 9 months)
    • Do not feel that you have to top up baby with formula to “get full”, your body produces enough milk to meet your babies needs
    • If you are away from baby for more than 3 hours (Mums with babies 6 months and under) try and pump/hand express to make sure your supply is still maintained 
    • Do not feel rushed to wean baby off breastmilk
    • When breastfeeding in public do what you feel comfortable doing with or without a cover (chances are your bubs wants to stare lovingly into your eyes and will yank the cover off)

    Here are some pictures of my amazing exclusively breastfed 11 month old baby:

    – Mrs B

    The Big Breastfeeding Cafe

    If you’ve followed my motherhood journey for the last 10 months you’ll know I’m very much a breastfeeding advocate. So I was definitely first in line on the invite list for my first experience of The Big Breastfeeding Cafe.cupcakes: @what_sarah_bakes

    The Big Breastfeeding Cafe was created by Medela UK alongside Bumppr as what I would call more an inniative as opposed to an event. At the cafe Mums join together to chat all things breastfeeding, share experiences and support each other over a cuppa and some tasty treats (the bubbas favourite part). The boobie cupcakes by @what_sarah_bakes went down a treat with our bubbas, no nipple confusion as they washed down these tasty cupcakes with non other than their liquid gold! 

    This year was my first time in attendance and I was excited that Boo.bsmoothie was hosting it in Stratford. I have previously used the amazing powder lactation smoothie products when tt was having a major growth spurt and I needed a little boost. The smoothies were easy to make and even more easy to consume.

    #TheBigBreastfeedingCafe took place in Gerrys Kitchen in Stratford which was a lovely location. There were lots of sofas, cushions and space which is always ideal when it comes to mummy and baby events.

    What I loved most about the event was that it was created by knowledgeable professionals and it is always lovely to have that support from the bigger corporations. The fact that Medela and Bumppr are just as passionate about breastfeeding really helps to push awareness about public breastfeeding. The event was a nice lovely get together with nursing Mums with babies aged from newborn right up to 3 years old supporting one another. We were able to discuss, share stories and just seeing another mother nursing publicly and not being made to feel embarrassed or ashamed was beautiful.

    What pushed the boat out even more about the event was that it was covered by Channel 5 News, which was amazing as breastfeeding publicly is always a topic that is shyed away or seen as taboo. Which is very disappointing because let’s be real a lot of us have been breastfed as babies so it’s disheartening that mothers are made to feel anything other than empowered when nursing their little ones. I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by the Channel 5 news crew. Here I spoke about the fact that I’ve become very confident in publicly breastfeeding and the fact that even on the journey to the event I was breastfeeding my princess on the bus (I did get a few stares but when hunger is calling a girl has got to eat).


    I am very happy that I was able to speak about my public breastfeeding experience on a platform that is viewed by the nation. It was an amazing experience meeting other like minded mums and hopefully events like this really help open the nations  perceptions about mothers publicly breastfeeding their little ones.

    UK breastfeeding statistics:

    • A study last year found that the UK have the lowest breastfeeding rates in the world with only 1 in 200 mothers breastfeeding after their child’s 1st birthday (I’m definitely going to be that 1 this year lol)
    • A PHE survey found that women were not only embarrassed about publicly breastfeeding but 59% (partners family) and 49% (wider family members such as siblings)
    • A survey of 500 women by PHE found that mothers breastfeeding fears were 74% (it would be painful) and 71% (it would prevent them taking medication 

    Breastfeeding facts:

    • Public health England recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months, because it boosts the babies ability to fight illness and infection
    • The World Health Organisation recommends that breastfeeding should form part of a baby’s diet up to two years
    • Breastfeeding reduces the likelihood of babies getting diarrhoea and respiratory infections
    • Breastfeeding lowers a mothers risk of ovarian cancer and burns up to 500 calories a day

    With all those amazing facts I for one couldn’t imagine not being able to breastfeed my princess, and in the words of Boo.bSmoothie owner #keepmilkingmama

    – Mrs B

    Busy bee 

    Been mia a while with lots of traditional wedding prep, filming for The Sun social media and becoming an official product tester for the amazing company Kidly.

    Amongst all of that Taliyah is hitting major milestones which just makes my heart melt inside at how fast she’s growing.

    10 month milestones:

    • Say da-da confidently at daddy
    • Say na-na at grandma
    • Clap my hands together
    • Walk confidently with my walker
    • Climb down from my parents bed
    • Climb down from the sofa, and climb up onto the sofa
    • Walk with mummy holding my hand
    • Coasting across any table, sofa, chair ledge
    • Suck juice from a straw
    • I love playing at the ball pits at soft play


    Mummy’s milestones:

    • The Sun Social media Project:

    Myself and an amazing mummy blogger Katrina got the opportunity to film mini webisodes for The Sun newspaper social media. It involved us talking about various different topics as mothers, varying from our new mum life, travelling, me time, other mothers who inspire us etc. It has been an amazing experience as I got to be on set behind cameras and watch footage get edited which is something different from my everyday life as a mother. It was also amazing as I was able to give my raw, uncut opinions as well as advice as being a mother in modern day society.

    So far three of the episodes are out and can be viewed on the links below:

    Episode 1

    Episode 2

    Episode 3

    • The Parent Test 

    I am an official parent tester and reviewer for an amazing company called Kidly. Kidly is an awesome online shopping experience for your 0-4s. They help you discover unique, useful, extraordinary things by bringing them together in one place. They stock a variety of different brands. 

    Each product they sell on their site is tested out by a real mom/day and child. This is where my role steps in, I get to give honest reviews on various products before they are put out to purchase to the other wonderful moms and dads.

    What I love most about this company is that they have so many unique products and they have an online live help system. This is perfect for first parents who don’t really know what they are looking for.

    Kidly is an amazing company and I am super excited to be apart of The Parent Test programme, were I am able to give honest and real opinions about products before they go out on the market.

    – Mrs B

    Dear Mummy 

    So I’ve not posted a blog in a while, been super busy being a mother, wife to be (wedding prep on the go), sister and a friend. With Mother’s Day looming around I got in the more reflective mood with this post. Last Mother’s Day I was celebrating it as a mom to be and this Mother’s Day I will be celebrating it a mom. I don’t want to bang on about what being a mother to me means and all so I thought I’d take a different approach.

    Dear Mummy,

    When the wet wipe is a bit colder than usual so I have no other choice but to roll around to get a little heat on my tush.

    Dear Mummy,

    Sometimes I roll so close to the edge of the bed not because I want you to panic, but I want to remind you what life on the edge used to be like before me.

    Dear Mummy,

    When I throw a tantrum in public it’s not because I want to embarrass you, but because I want the whole world to see how great you are at comforting.

    Dear Mummy,

    When you slave away in the kitchen and I spit every spoon out, not because I hate your cooking; but I want you to have a night off tomorrow. Chuck me an Ella’s kitchen and I’ll be fine.

    Dear Mummy,

    Sometimes I pull your top down while your nursing me not to embarrass you, but to show the world how perky your boobies still are.

    Dear Mummy,

    Whenever I throw my toys on the floor and you have to keep bending down, it’s really for your own good after all you have been moaning how much of a workout you need.

    Dear Mummy,

    Sometimes I kick you a little harder than usual because it’s been a while since you’ve rubbed your belly and I missed you.

    Dear Mummy,

    When you was trying to find out whether I was a boy or girl I kept playing hide and seek, to prepare you for the endless hours of games we will play when I’m here in the flesh.

    Dear Mummy,

    Sometimes when I’m going through a development stage I’m super clingy, only because I know my whining stresses you a bit and you need the extra cuddles.

    Dear Mummy,

    A lot of time I crawl to places I shouldn’t be, causing you to sprint across the room not because I want you to prep for the marathon; but because I want you to remember how light you are on your toes.

    Dear Mummy,

    I know my first word was dada but only because daddy throws me up in the air and I need to shout dada for him to get excited to put me down like you want.

    – Taliyah

    Watching Taliyah Grow

    I just realised how much my princess has grown and developed and changed sooooo much it’s unreal. She is officially 8 months old today *lets off balloons and party poppers*

    I wanted to do a picture reflection of all her amazing milestones.

    Before she was here

    Even in her 3D scan she was beautiful 

    An hour into the world

    24 hours later

    My first smile – 3 days old (could just be wind)

    My first car ride in my car seat

    Finally got into my Moses basket

    My first wash day (curls pushing through)

    My first snapchat selfie 

    One week old

    My favourite resting place (on my parents)

    My second smile 

    My first laugh

    My naming ceremony (4 weeks old)

    6 weeks old

    My first photoshoot

    My first party

    2 months old

    3 months old

    My first tea party

    Went to my first art gallery

    Selfie with mummy

    12 weeks old
    Played a real piano at music class

    My daddy and me are twins (my first hair twists)

    4 months old

    My first halloween

    My first shopping trip

    Casually eating my foot

    5 months old

    Nap time with my favourite auntie Nancy

    My first Christmas jumper

    I saw santa for the first time 

    Winter wonderland 

    I can officially sit up unaided

    My first bus journey 

    Matching Uggs with my momma and auntie 

    Santas grotto at my auntie Nita’s workplace 

    Christmas time with my lil big sisters

    My Christmas photoshoot

    My family 

    My first Christmas

    My first solid meal

    I fed myself

    New Year’s Day 

    My first time at the aquarium 

    I love big bows and I cannot lie

    7 months old

    I chew everything because I’m teething
    I stood up in my cot

    Me and my brother Morgan (from womb till now)

    Eating my first packet of crisps

    I went to another tea party

    My first valentine

    Me up to mischief 

    Happy 7 months

    So today marks the day my beautiful baby girl turns 7 monthsPhoto credit: Mellzphotography

    We have hit a number of amazing milestones and I couldn’t be a more proud mama.

    We are now a month into weaning into solids and at first we was struggling with spoons (she associated them with her daily vitamins). But now we have conquered that issue and she is eating with a combination of spoon fed and feeding herself (blw).

    Her favourite foods:

    – avocado

    – sweet potato 

    – banana 

    – butternut squash

    – peas 

    – pears

    – tangerines 

    We are loving using the Beaba baby cook as we can steam and blend her food in 15 minutes to any consistency. So it will definitely be used for stage 2 weaning.

    We have also been using smaller storage pots from JojoMamaBebe (gifted to us from one of ts godmothers). That way we can meal prep on weekends for the week. They are compact and slot nicely into the fridge compartment and even include labels and a storage tray.

    Teething                                                               We are officially teething! Taliyah is taking it really well (thank goodness) which makes me super happy! Last night I felt her gums and felt the grooves of her two little teeth (I legit FaceTimed her grandma and aunties to show them). 

    With teething being usually a difficult time for liddle bubs you need to be fully prepared. We are stacked up with natural teething powders and amazing selection of teething jewellery curtesy of Nibbling.

    The Nibbling teething jewellery is compact, light, colourful, BPA free, phthalate free and non toxic

    • The Limited edition Bristol necklace is worn by momma and whilst holding bubs she has easy access to easing her itching gums. 
    • It’s convenient as it is worn so no panic of going out and forgetting bubs teether. 
    • There are a variety of colour options that can go with all your wardrobe.
    • It is easy to wipe clean when at home as well as out and about.
    • Includes safe breakaway clasp for easy wearing.
    • It comes in a light storage pouch to keep clean.
    • This particular piece retails at just: £18 online 

    The Brixton bracelet is made with 100% food grade silicone.

    • It is safe and soft enough to chew.
    • Usually momma will wear it as an accessory but as I’m currently suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome. It’s light and easy to put on.
    • The shape of the beads vary and are great for hard gums and budding teeth.
    • Taliyah loves holding it herself and has a good gwan on it, also the colour is super girly and suits my little princess.
    • It is easy to clean as you can hand wash, dishwash or steam sterilised.
    • This particular piece retails at just: £8.95

    Both these pieces are a must have teething essential and have been helping us greatly on this milestone journey.


    So this milestone is what I was most looking forward to as it would make playtime so much more enjoyable for the both of us.

    Sitting- Taliyah is now officially an unsupported sitter (cheers and let’s off party poppers). This has made play time sooooo much more fun as she can sit up on the floor, bed etc and physically play with her toys.

    I found the colourful abc/123 foam mat from Amazon and it was a perfect fit for our playtime. It is foam so it is cushioned so she is protected if she does take a stumble or tips over. It is flat and sturdy so it makes it easy for her to sit and to crawl; which leads me onto our next milestone.

    Crawling- Now we haven’t fully mastered it yet, however Taliyah is doing a great job! She has passed the scooting stage and has actually started crawling a few steps. It is such a joy to watch her crawl over to her toys when she wants to reach them and she feels so accomplished when she reaches it. We make sure we give her a lot of positive praise even if she crawls one step (I know it’s not steps but you kind of get my drift). To encourage her we put objects at short distances and pull them further away as she gets closer to reaching it.

    Standing- Now this was an outright surprise for both me and my fiancé. We laid in bed one day and Taliyah pulled herself up using her dad as leverage. It was so funny because we were not expecting that. There’s that old wives tale, letting a child stand when they can’t stand makes them bow-legged (but then how are they meant to learn to stand). We got her a jumperoo for Christmas and this has enabled her to strengthen her legs a lot more which is great. As a result of her new found motor skill we have had to lower her cot (baring in mind she doesn’t sleep in it, but it’s convenient to put her in it during the day when I’m doing things).She has a love/hate relationship with being in the cot as she hates being in a smaller space than our bed or the floor. However she loves the fact that she can pull herself up independently and it’s so self satisfying for her.

    I honestly cannot believe she is 7 months I mean time has flown by so quickly, I remember when she first rolled onto her side, now she’s taking steps when you hold her on the floor.

    – Mrs B