WIN a baby bedding set from Little Green Sheep!

Last week I shared our thoughts on the Snuzpod 3 in 1 bedside crib from Little Green Sheep and today you have the chance to win a beautiful organic baby bedding set for either a cot or cotbed!

WIN a baby bedding set from Little Green Sheep~ Ghostwtitermummy.co.uk

The Snuzpod we received came with a lovely bedding set so I can vouch for this prize. The mattress protector will ensure that your mattress remains in tip top condition for the duration of your baby’s time in the cot, and this is something I thoroughly recommend for optimum safe sleeping too. The bedding sets also contain beautiful jersey fitted sheets and a large jersey blanket- all you need for baby’s cot, or perhaps a super gift? The sets come in soft eco-white and will co-ordinate perfectly with any colour scheme. We love our bedding set and it has all washed really well in six months of use.
Snuzpod 3 in 1 bedside crib~ Ghostwritermummy.co.uk

To be in with the chance of winning a baby bedding set from Little Green Sheep, all you need to do is fill in the form below. And don’t forget to tell me in the comments whether you’ll be choosing a set for a cot or a cot bed. That’s it. Good luck!

** Don’t forget that you can also use my discount code LGSGHOST10 on all of your purchaes at Little Green Sheep for 10% off!

TERMS and CONDITIONS on the form- giveaway will run for two weeks,e ending 00:00 5ht May 2015.

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Maternity Matters link up (8)

We’re now onto the 8th Maternity Matters link up- wow! Thanks to all who support Jayne and I- you are all amazing!

A few weeks ago I told you a little about #MatExp as part of NHS Change day and this week I want to urge you to have a look at the hashtag on Twitter once more. There is a #MatExp ABC happening every day- so far we’ve had A,B and C so today is D. If you have examples, please tweet them with #MatExp and @mention the wonderful @FWmaternitykhft too- I’m loving seeing all the examples that matter to families when it comes to maternity services. If you have a relevant post that fits with the daily letter do share that too!

Maternity Matters link up 9~Ghostwtitermummy.co.uk

As ever, we’re thrilled that so many of you link up each time, and when you do please do tweet me @ghostwritermumm and Jayne @jaynecrammond so that we can share your posts. I do always read very post linked up too, and will always share them on Twitter- if I haven’t been to you yet, don’t worry, I will!

Here is our badge if you would like to add it to your post. Thanks in advance for linking up and reading too!

Maternity Matters~ Ghostwritermummy



The Snuzpod 3 in 1 bedside crib: a review

I knew that Elsie and I would co-sleep from the moment I knew I was pregnant. It’s a hugely personal decision and not one that everyone around me agrees with or has been able to do. Co-sleeping evolved for us throughout our parenting journey and now seems to make a lot of sense. So yes, we were thrilled to be asked to review the Snuzpod 3 in 1 bedside crib as a friend of the Little Green Sheep Flock. This is our review.

The Snuzpod 3 in 1 bedside crib: a review~Ghostwritermummy,co.uk

Our co-sleeping journey

Ten years ago, when The Big One was born, the midwives at the hospital showed me how to feed her lying down on my side. When we got home, I carried on feeding her that way and when she was done I would creep her back into her own bed again. That worked for us, and that has been the way that I fed all of my girls at night. (The School Boy, sadly, was so poorly with reflux that he was unable to lie flat at all and feeding upright was a must.) Throughout my third pregnancy I read all I could about safe co-sleeping because I knew that I wanted to cut out the little trips back to baby’s bed in the night. It seemed we’d all get much more sleep in the same bed all night. We invested in a Baby bay bedside crib so that we could bed share as safely as possible. Unfortunately, the open slats on this crib made for a chilly night and The Toddler preferred the warmth of my bed, next to me instead. Who can blame her? Continue reading