March Monthly Review Round Up

We have been trying some great products that I can't wait to share on monthly review round up.

Firstly we have been trying Aquaint sanitising water by vital baby it's 100% natural for hands, skin, mouth and more. Perfect for sanitising bottles, teethers, dummies.

We received a 500ML spray bottle which kills 99.9% of bacteria in seconds. Perfect for use around the house. We also received a 50ML pump spray version of the Aquaint sanitising water. This is ideal to keep in the car, changing bag or handbag when you're out and about.

Aquaint is safe to use on your body, surfaces or any items that can come into contact with your mouth you can even spray on food.

I have really enjoyed using the sanitising water, it's perfect when we're out and about on our travels making sure that our hands are kept clean at all times.

You can visit Aquaint for more information.


We are already fans of organic Goodies range and have been since little J was weaning. This month we were sent a selection of chunky fruit bars for J to enjoy. Two yummy flavours, banana and date and apple and date.

Both flavours suitable from 12 months old and each chunky fruit bar counts as one of your child is five a day.

As always Organix promise no junk, always organic and nothing unnecessary in their products.

As J is now 24 months old I wasn't quite sure whether these would fill him up or he would like them but he does. He prefers the banana and date and will usually have one as his afternoon snack.

To view the complete product range visit Organix 


As a parent I have often said "kids don't come with instructions" sometimes it's hard to know what to do and whether what you are doing, is correct.

At the moment I am reading 'Kids don't come with a manual' the essential guide to a happy family life by Carole and Nadim Saad.

Carole and Nadim have helped thousands of parents with their programme of practical tools that empower parents. They have used their own experience in early childhood education, parent coaches and as parents. 

There are 32 tools in the book from limited choices to playing, humour to creating routines.

Each tool gives you a 'when to use it' 'why it works' 'How to..' Then 'the voice of a strict parent' and 'The voice of the all-heart parent'

As a nursery nurse aswell as a parent I have picked up some great tips and would definitely recommend a read.

Visit Best Of Parenting for more information

Little J has been trying out Tommee Tippee Active Sippee Cup for the past week and it is by far the best Sippee Cup we have owned. 

Little J loves the colour, it's bright yellow and black with a bee design. He finds it easy to hold too. It's quite chunky so he can get a good grip on it. It's non- spill which is a must especially when your out and about. 

The cup is insulated too which will help to keep the drink inside cool which is perfect for hotter days.

Dishwasher safe and BPA free.

I personally love the soft spout as little J has never been able to drink out of those with a hard plastic spout, so this gets the thumbs up from me.

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