One of the best pieces of advice I was given was that there is no such thing as bad weather only bad clothing. Something that has been replayed in my head time and time again as we have prepared for our family adventures. With Piglet now confident on her feet she wants to be out exploring Continue Reading
Everyone who knows me will tell you that I have a thing about pyjamas. As someone who would hap[ily wear pyjamas all day every day (albeit clean ones each day). My children understand my love affair with them and happily hop into theirs when they get home from school. I’m always on the hunt for new designs Continue Reading
On the whole, I tend to steer away from character clothing for Piglet. There is one exception to this rule, Gruffalo and Gruffalo’s Child clothing which is available within Sainsbury’s. Piglet adores the classic Julia Donaldson stories and we have the short animated films recorded on our Sky+ box ready to be viewed at a moments notice. Continue Reading
When my eldest daughter was a similar age to what Piglet is now she would be dressed in skirts and t-shirts, or dresses. Whilst this suited her personality, it is not the route that I have taken with Piglet. Although pretty dress and such have their place, she is an adventurous toddler so I need to dress her appropriately. She needs things that will be soft and comfortable against her skin and give her full range of movement. This is where the Blade & Rose Summer Sets come into play.
When it comes to shopping within the Boots Mini Club range, the What The Kids Wore team has over 10 years experience. With myself heading up the team with the oldest child, it is somewhere that I have headed time and time again with each new addition to the family. In fact, there is always that little tinge of sadness when they finally outgrow the range (I must try to convince the Boots Mini Club range to go up at least age 10). With each new season, they have a wide variety of styles and prints available with the AW17 range featuring a celebrity collaboration – FEARNE by Fearne Cotton.