AD | Gifted products Erin has been potty trained for a good few months and she’s at the stage where she is 99% free from any accidents now. However, she is still wearing nappies at night time as it’s quite unpredictable whether she will wake up dry or not. We have been thinking about preparing for nappy free nights for a little while now and will be taking steps to achieve this soon such as cutting down milk before bed. One thing that I was a bit worried about though was getting a mattress protector.
As soon as I found out I was pregnant I knew how I wanted Erin’s bedroom to be. As we couldn’t find out if we were having a boy or girl for a while I decided to paint the room in a very neutral mushroom kind of colour. We’re not a very overly pink or blue kind of family so I wanted something as gender neutral as I could. My mum’s surname is Fox and that has played a large part in how I chose to decorate Erin’s bedroom. Erin’s first ever toy was a
Not too long ago I wrote a post full of helpful tips about helping a child to transition from cot to toddler bed. Erin has now made that move herself and did so quite easily. Here’s what we did: We bought Erin’s bed a long time before we actually needed it. I think we bought it at the beginning of the year when Erin had only just turned 1. I knew she wasn’t ready to move over into the bed at this point but I really wanted her to get used to what it was
I always knew that I wanted Erin’s bedroom to have a woodland theme. My mum’s surname is Fox so I wanted to incorporate that into the room. I had the idea that Erin’s room would be this magical, woodland dream but it has been quite hard work. While I love her room, there is more that I could do to make it that bit more special. The Irish Fairy Door Company recently helped us out with adding something extra! The starter Fairy Door pack comes really nicely packaged. I can imagine anyone getting this as