Friday, 29 July 2016

Life Just Keeps Getting Busier!

Hello my lovely's, it would seam I ran away from my blog for nearly 2 months again! I am back tho and feeling more motivated. I have been really busy this last month as my husband has been off work for summer and we have been taking Emily out to do lots of fun stuff! I am thinking I will get a post up in the next few days of things to do in North Wales. I have had lots of people ask me over last few weeks what is there to do? as they are coming here for a holiday.
So what have we been doing?
So so much! Here are some of our favourite things we have done
Farm to feed the animals - £6 for the 3 of us and 50p for a cup of feed! This was such a cheap fun day out
Soft play,
Swimming - this is Emilys fav thing to do she loves to be in the water.
Also more grown up stuff is we have painted the front and side of the house and we have also done up the conservatory!

I have been busy with making a Belle Dress for a lady going to Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party.
I have also made some bumbags/fannypacks for a family going to Disney next summer!
Belle Costume by
Belle Costume by Sophie 

I have done something super exciting and joined a new beauty and cosmetic company called Maelle. I am going to be doing a post on the company as they have so many amazing products and they are 100% cruelty free! If you want to find out more before I do the post send me a message on twitter @WhatSophieSays_  sayin Maelle and I will send you some info.

 Has anyone been to North Wales before? What do you like to do here?

Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Parenting Post Babys Food Brands Reviews

Hello my lovely's life seams to be getting in the way of my blogging again! I am trying to not let it but there is so much going on at home, with diy, family visiting, play dates, its hard to find time to write a post. 

Today's post is going to be a bit different it's a parenting post on weaning food. I thought I would share with you some of mine and Emily's opinions on some baby/children's food. 

A little back ground on her food. We didn't do traditional weaning we did mainly finger foods, she has never had a puréed meal just fruit as I wouldn't want all my food mushed together so won't give her it. Thought of it makes my tummy churn. Apparently can't call it baby led weaning as I spoon fed her yoghurt and some puddings, so it is traditional with finger foods, even though I wouldn't call spaghetti bolognese finger food. We have given her food that has recommended age's older than her as we haven't had any foods off limits except honey and nuts, but obviously that is just how we feed please use your own judgement of whether you child can have these foods. I found the smaller size of some of these items fantastic for Emily's pincer skills and even my health visitor commented on how advanced she was and I put it down to her feeding. *please don't hold me responsible for your child's feeding as there are recommended ages on all the items listed. 

Sunday, 22 May 2016

Twitter Chat's For Bloggers

Hello my lovely's, I am going to talk a little about blogger chats on twitter. I have been trying to make a big effort to get involved with some chats but being a mummy takes up a lot of time and bed time routines don't really work great in this house, thankfully daddy is the one who does the putting to bed so I can get a little me time. I try my best to get involved as often as I can. Finding the chats can be a challenge in its self for new bloggers. I have looked through many peoples lists of blog chats and thought I would bring you the ones I have found that I am interested in joining in with. I know there are so many more and if you think you know one I would like please let me know! Obviously I wont be able to do the ones that are at the same time, so I will be change it up weekly.

Friday, 20 May 2016

Delicious Brownie Recipe

Hello my lovely's I thought I would share a brownie recipe with you today as I made these the other day and they were so nice.

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Is It As Good As It Claims? Results

Hello my lovely's a few weeks back I posted about Scholl's cracked heel repair cream. I have been using Scholls cracked heel repair cream morning and night for two weeks testing its claims of visible results in 3 days and working in 7 days.  
I took picture the night I started, on the 3rd day, 7th day, 10th day and 14th day.

Scholl's cracked heel repair cream my results 

scholl's cracked heel repair cream results after 3 and 7 days
Scholl's cracked heel repair cream results after 3 and 7 days

scholl's cracked heel repair cream results after 10 and 14 days
Scholl's cracked heel repair cream results after 10 and 14 days
As you can see a huge difference by the end and it had started showing improvement after 3 days, by day 7 it hadn't 'worked' as such, it had improved but wasn't fixed. After 14 days I am very happy with the results but I think one more week may actually have my feet flip flop ready and with the weather we are having right now I can't wait to get my feet out in some pretty sandals! 

If I had started it before they got into such a state then I believe this cream could of worked in 7 days but the cracks were just too deep. 
It sinks in quite quickly but it does leave a powdery white mark on my socks. I apply it; leave 10 mins then put my socks on and when I took them off I had white socks and often it was on my leggings too! 
This cream actually helped my dry skin on my hands. I suffer from dermatitis and this is actually pretty handy for that!  
Over all I give Scholls cracked heel repair cream a 9/10 

It is currently on offer in Boots for £4.85 usual price £5.39 

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