Sunday, 31 March 2013

Easter Sniffles

Happy Easter everyone :D

Although today is meant for feasting on choccy eggs and eating as many hot cross buns as you possibly can for us we are tucked up on the couch with runny noses and headaches. *cough cough* Boooo.

Finley wasn't too well on Wednesday night, and by not well I mean waking every hour of the night just wanting to be upright but still be able to sleep, then fidgeting then wanting cuddles...sheesh, a poorly bun = a very tired mummy that day. Oh well. I always think when he is upset like that in the night that he is having a harder time than me so it pulls me through! That morning I saw a his 8th tooth had cut through right at the bottom and blamed his newly acquired sniffly nose on that...but as Matthew and I have since found out it was more than likely a sneaky cold as we are also suffering.

Luckily Finley has perked up a little bit but still sniffling her and there, thank goodness for calpol to give his little nose a break from being suckered and wiped.

I very much doubt you want to see a picture of our shinny faces and red noses so I have opted for a rather bemused Finley from last Easter...look at that face, it almost resembles a little Easter egg itself. He would have been just over 3 months old at the time and if I am honest I don't think he has changed one bit! haha. He still has a round face, loves his milk and has no hair....just a little bigger and cheekier now. 

I hope your Easter Sunday is a little more adventurous than ours, I am hoping that we are all right as rain soon as we have choccy eggs to eat.

Lets cross fingers we are tons better tomorrow and can enjoy the bank holiday. 
Have a great day everyone.

Love Kayleigh x

Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Get Cracking With Crafty Easter Egg Cress-Heads

 If you’re already tired of the sight of all that Easter chocolate, here’s a great idea for Easter eggs that aren’t just healthy, but exciting too! Easter Egg Cress-Heads are easy and lots of fun to make with your little ones over the Easter break, and then once the cress has grown, it’s super tasty in salads and soups - and egg sandwiches too, of course.
To make Easter Egg Cress-Heads, you will need:

  • One egg shell per Cress-Head
  • Cotton wool
  • Mustard and cress seeds
  • Art supplies to decorate the egg shells e.g. paint, felt-tips, glitter glue and stick-on eyes

Thanks to Make It and Mend It, in partnership with the greetings cards specialist Hallmark, for this great Easter craft idea

Boil eggs in the usual way, and then use a sharp knife to slice off the top of the egg. Eat the inside of the egg so that the shell isn’t damaged – you want your Easter Egg Cress-Head to be as pretty as possible!
Fill about two-thirds of the egg shell with cotton wool. Add water so that all of the cotton wool is moist.
Sprinkle some seeds on top of the cotton wool, pressing them gently into the cotton wool, and place the filled egg shell into an egg cup. Here’s a tip – if you want your Cress-Head to grow hair that’s a different colour, add a few drops of food colouring to the cotton wool.

Now for the fun part! Ask your kids to get creative and decorate their own Cress-Heads, not forgetting to add a friendly face to give their Cress-Head some character. Be gentle when decorating the egg shells so that they don’t break.
Find a warm, sunlit spot in your house to put the Cress-Heads. A kitchen windowsill is perfect for this.
Water your Cress-Heads every day, and in about 2-3 days, it should start to sprout some lovely green ‘hair’!  Leave your Cress-Heads to grow for about a week to make them as tasty as possible.
You can then use a pair of scissors to trim the Cress-Heads, and you’ll have a nice pile of tasty greens to use however you wish.

Growing Cress-Heads is a fantastic way to teach children about how seeds grow using light and water, and perhaps even inspire them to become avid little gardeners. Even young children can enjoy making Easter Egg Cress-Heads, and it’s sure to make them excited about eating their vegetables!

The images and recipes can be used without charge on condition that a Picture and recipe credit is given to

Thank you for this great Easter inspired Guest Post :D
Love Kayleigh x

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

An afternoon of bubbles and comfy pants..

Every now and then I like to step back and take note of the little things that happen whilst hanging out with that little chap Finners, I love writing milestone posts and jotting down all the dates Finley turned into an even bigger boy than the day before, but sometimes I just want to capture his 'Finley-ness'
Today was one of those moments I grabbed the camera and snapped away, his hair (what he has of it) is all a little skew-whiff, toys are sprawled out over the floor and of course he is head to toe in miss-matched attire...but hey, that's just life with a toddler :D

We recently joined a new class at our local surestart centre called 'Bubbles and Bops', I already knew Finley loved a good boogie and wiggle but he was introduced to his new favourite...bubbles! It had never crossed my mind to pick up any bubbles for him, I'm not too sure why but when I tried to buy some WOW, could I find 1 single tube They only seem to be sold in mega packs or boxes of 25. So what I ended up buying was a 'mega bubble wand' from Asda with a few bits of shopping - when it came I laughed out loud. It is the size of my arm with the biggest ever wand inside, but for £1 it was worth the investment. I have finally found something other than a Petit Filous to keep Finley intrigued for longer than 10 seconds.
A little bubble burst on his button nose
If you can get your hands on a little tube from your local newsagents I would highly recommend them, cheap and entertaining what more could you want.

Here is a perfect example of Finley's 10 second attention span, he spots one of the cats and he is off. He is a real life baby Ace Ventura and has a strange love for any animal....especially ones that just want to be left in peace and quiet. Sorry Penny Pitstop.
Hands up who dresses like this on days off? *Both hands firmly in the air*
Matt even commented on my cardigan today and said it looked rather strange, my reply was have you not seen me this past 12 months - I dress for comfort now not style...comfy pants are my new have always been my best friend . In a nutshell I only now concentrate on the neck upwards, Hair - Check, Make up - Check, Skincare - Check, Clothes - FAIL. Today I am wearing a union jack racer back, a horse print cardigan, comfy pants and ugg boots with the button missing on one side! Unfortunately Finley sometimes picks up on my strange indoor comfy wear and it is rubbing it off...luckily we dress a little too smart outside of the house so it balances out our randomness. Please let me know I am not the only one?! haha.
Overall we had a smashing afternoon of bubbles glimmering in the sunshine and crawling around in our comfy pants. I hope you enjoyed reading a little slice of our afternoon and would love you to let me know what your favourite moments our with your little one? Or what memories you want to capture in the future.

Love Kayleigh x

Saturday, 23 March 2013

Weekend Meet & Greet Blog Hop #19

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Meet Everyone! This week’s get to know you question is: What sound do you love? 
Kim - from 2 just B you: I love the sound of laughter; it's contagious and smiles always accompany. =0) 

Laurie - from Created By Laurie: I love the sound of my little man’s giggles… and not just any giggle but what I call his “Drunk Tired” giggles. There are times he gets so tired right before bed time that he will just start giggling on his own at anything- I love it! 

*Co Host* 
Kayleigh – from Beauty, Life, and Babies: My most favorite sound has to be the swimming baths, that echo that hits you when you walk in and hear people having fun and water splashing about! It takes me back to being little and taking my weekly swimming lessons. Just talking about it makes me want to grab my costume and head out! 

*Featured Guest* 
Yvonne – from My Haunted Attic: That's a really tricky question for an indecisive Libra such as myself. There are so many sounds I love, so I'll have to go with a combination of rain and wind, especially when I'm curled up indoors with a good book and steaming mug of drinking chocolate! What sound do you love? Spread the Word, Grab Our Button! 

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Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Baby's 1st Birthday Present Idea #2

As promised I am back for the second instalment of 'Baby's 1st Birthday Present Ideas' Wahoo!
I shall be revisiting some of the lovely special gifts Finley got for his first birthday like this one and also his gorgeous timeline but also the little gifts mummys babies love that are just too cute and possibly a little bit cheeky!
Looking back aside from his clothes the majority of his presents could be for either a little Dolly Pop or a Rowdy Rascal - Finley very much being the latter.

After racking my brain for ideas I remember stumbling across a gem on pinterest, a little memory box frame filled with lovely newborn goodies. The one on pinterest was A3 and had the tinniest babygrow pinned in, after searching and searching all I could find was this A4 memory box one so I opted for tinier mementos. 
 I gathered all Finley's little newborn lovelies, from his little knitted hat that seemed massive at the time, his name tags and his first ever scan. Another cute touch would be to add the umbilical cord clip, I have put Finley's somewhere so safe I cant even find it...hopefully when I come across it I shall add it in. 
I love it, it ticks all my present loving boxes. And I'm sure when Finley is a little older he will love to see how tiny his little arms and legs once were for those tiny taggies to fit around.

You can buy your memory box frame from John Lewis, mine was £23 and came with all the little pins and printed tags. They do them in pink and blue too! Lovely Jubbly.
They would also be perfect for an 'after wedding gift', if you keep your invites, menu, a little handful of confetti and a photo of the happy couple I'm sure they would love it! 

I hope this has given you a little inspiration for your little ones 1st Birthday and if you do go ahead and make your own please let me know....I would love to see a picture.

Love Kayleigh x

Sunday, 17 March 2013

Andrex Eco Competition :D

Beauty Life and Babies has teamed up with Andrex® Eco, the pioneering sustainable toilet tissue and headline
sponsor of Climate Week, to help you to take a small step to care more for the environment.

 You may have read my Climate Week  updates here and here and Andrex came up with the lovely idea to offer one lucky reader the chance to win all the lovely goodies below. 

Climate Week (4th – 10th March 2013) is Britain’s biggest climate change campaign, promoting ways
that people can live and work more sustainably.

Andrex® Eco is working with Oliver Heath, renowned expert on eco-living, to help raise awareness of
the little things you can do in and around your home to make it more environmentally friendly.

To help your family live more sustainably, Andrex® Eco is offering one of my lucky readers the
chance to win a fabulous pack full of little things to kick-start your eco-living journey, handpicked by
Oliver Heath. This pack includes:

- Oliver Heath’s Eco Chic book
- Bamboo socks
- A green bathroom recycling bin
- A fun shower timer
- A water hippo – a device that sits in your cistern to save water when flushing
- Andrex® Eco
- A stylish, reusable Andrex® Eco shopping tote

To enter all you need to do is be a follower of this blog, either Google Friend Connect or Bloglovin', leave me a comment in the post below letting me know why you would like to win the prize and just tick it all off in the Rafflecopter form below :) Easy Peasy, this is currently only open to UK entrants but I shall be running a worldwide competition shortly for all my lovely subscribers to enter! Competition closes on the 31st March 2013.

 a Rafflecopter giveaway

For more information and little things you can do to make your home more environmentally
friendly, visit

Good Luck Everyone

Love Kayleigh x

Andrex + Climate Week Update

 A little while back I mentioned that I was asked to take part in Climate week, well, I have tested out some cool products and here are my findings for you all. 
My main reason for joining in with Climate week was to see if along with being a little more Eco we could see if we could save any pennies. I think being more aware of the amount of energy and water your using you can look to cut back a little. 
*a little off track here but thought I would share a tip with you, this week our energy supplier gave us estimated readings for our gas and electricity but we decided to take a note of our actual readings and let them know - you can even text them nowadays! So we got a letter the other day advising us we were nearly £200 in credit and they can pay it too us directly because the summer is on its way, great stuff. It only took 2 mins and we now have a little spends for the month*

The main thing I focused on in Climate Week was looking at our water usage, and boy was I shocked how much we use. 

Within the pack that Andrex sent was a little shower timer that also measures your water usage. 
Well I set it all up and it told me that in only 3 minuets of showering I am using 35 litres of water! Now, I timed myself for an average shower including hair washing, scrubbing and all that jazz...and guess what I was in there for 17 minuets - granted that isn't an everyday pop in and out kinda shower but I was shocked when I worked out the figures (which took me hours because I am rubbish at maths, and are possibly slightly incorrect due to my lack of mathematical skill) 

In total I used 198 litres of water which is the equivalent of 99 2 Litre bottles of Pop! Sheesh!

From some statistics I found on Google here 5 litres of water cost just under 1 pence, not alot but if we could all save a few litres a day by cutting down our shower times, turning off taps when they aren't needed and making sure our washing machines are full when we have them on, the savings could really mount up. 

Another little water/money saver is this Hippo bag, you pop it in your toilet cistern (not the most attractive of jobs, but hey - were all money savers here) and it can save 2-3 litres of water per flush! Great idea if you have a busy household with a big family who are always in and out of the bathroom. 
Overall Climate week really made me more aware of what I was using and how to cut back a little, without even really noticing a change. I am hoping to carry on looking for those little things to tweak and in the long run save the Bamber Household some serious pennies. 

If you would like to have a chance to take part in your own Climate Week then you can, Andrex have been kind enough to offer one lucky ready the chance to win a Eco Pack full of lovely goodies. If you would like a chance to win click here to go to the post and enter away - good luck.

Thanks everyone for reading and I hope you have picked up a few little tips.

Love Kayleigh x

Saturday, 16 March 2013

Weekend Meet & Greet Blog Hop #18

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Meet Everyone! This week’s fun question is: What one object in your home are you most embarrassed about owning? 
Kim - from 2 just B you: Hhhmmm...This is a tough one. I'm a little embarrassed that we own not one, not two, but THREE BBQ grills, and they're all about the same size. LOL 
Laurie - from Created By Laurie: One of our dining room chairs has paint spots on it. I ruined it last time painting – so it stand out now! 
*Co Host* 
Kayleigh – from Beauty, Life, and Babies: My most embarrassing item in my home has to be an old patchwork blanket I have had since I was 4! I love it, its so comfy and snuggly! It lives on the couch but I have to hide it from visitors because it just looks a little 80s and is 'well loved'! I just couldn't part with it though. 
*Featured Guest* 
Jen Marie – from Ramblings by Jen Marie: That's a tough question, I'd like to think that everything I own is awesome, but that's probably not true. I think the most embarrassing thing I own is the movie Untamed Heart. It's an early 1990s movie with Marisa Tomei and Christian Slater. I guess the most embarrassing part is that I watch that movie all the time. For some reason I just really love it! 
What one object in your home are you most embarrassed about owning? 
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Thursday, 14 March 2013

How I Dye my Hair Bright Red

This is a post that has been in the making for some time, since having Finley dying my hair has become an almost SAS procedure let alone blogging it. I have to perfectly time it around dinner, naps and make sure Matt is on hand, we wouldn't want Finners having a bright red streak through his almost non existent tufts! What would the mums at playgroup say?!
So here it is, a step by step guide how to dye your hair bright red :D Turn that frown upside down Kayleigh!

Just a little warning, this is a rather picture heavy post, also I am in no way shape or form a hairdresser, I just like to do my hair because it is cheaper...a lot cheaper! And, yes, that's right, I do have a space invaders wall in my hallway! haha, I love me a little bit of retro!

First off you want to gather all your bits and pieces together, I will list them separately in all the different stages but here is a glance of everything I used.  
I have been in love with this hair dye for years! I get all my dyes of ebay so just have a quick search for the cheapest on there at the time. I do admit that I technically dye my hair twice in one day but I find the Majicontrast 'Red' dye is great for roots but fades far too quickly on the ends. So I top up with either a La Riche Directions dye or a Stargazer one through my fringe and ends. Both are semi permanent but last soooo much longer that the more expensive permanent option! 
This time around I opted to go for Stargazer in 'Hot Red' a pink based red but still lovely and bright! I also love La Riche Directions in 'Fire' or 'Poppy Red'. Cheap as chips and they contain no harsh chemicals that some permanent hair dyes contain leaving you dizzy.

Grab yourself your gloves, tint brushes and bowls and the peroxide of your choice, I always choose 12% 40 vol purely because I read that it lifts your hair the most meaning a brighter colour. If you have an old hair cap use that too, it comes in handy when you are 'cooking' and you need to still do a few bits around the house.
Mix together your Majicontrast tube plus the correct amount of peroxide for your hair type/length, swish around until you get a rather satisfying bright red paste hmmmmm. You are ready to get started. 

*Warning* make sure you are wearing one of Matt's Tshirts and old tshirt you don't wear anymore and use that old raggedy towel you keep hidden away to mop up any little splodges. 

Slather the colour onto your roots and work your way across your hair line evenly, this amount of mixture is only enough for my roots so beware - your hair is greedy and drinks that hair dye like its lemonade on a hot day - you are better to have a little too much than not enough.
Also if you have a vampire hairline/widows peak like me, make sure you grab those pesky hairs at the front, if you don't you will see them poking in your fringe and have to re-dye them.
*Top Tip* Keep a couple of your bobbles on your wrists, it makes it easier to tie your hair up so your not fumbling for bobbles getting dye all over your bathroom side.

After around 40mins I wash off the dye and start all over again with my all over colour, luckily this can be slapped on easily and requires no mixing but I leave it to soak in for an hour!

Wow, now all that time has added up you will be glad to wash it all off and get looking at the end result!
But before we can do that I have one final step to add some extra oomph to your hair, my secret weapon Philip Kingsley Elasticizer. This was flavour of the month some time back on the blogging front and I can see why, it leaves your hair with that fresh bounce for days after it has been washed. I pop some on for 20 mins before the final shampoo and it leaves it soft, silky and just like you have stepped out of the hairdressers for a treatment. 
Finally, we have had the final rinse and ready to style! Phew that took hours, but just think of the pennies we are saving in the process.
Grab your trustee hair oil, my current fav is Morocan Oil - run a few pumps through the ends of your hair, spritz with any hair mists you fancy. I love this Paul Mitchel Moisture Mist I received in a Glossybox months ago, and don't forget to protect your hair with heat protectant. For years I used my faithful Tresemme spray but on a whim decided to opt for a change, and wow I am so glad I did. I LOVE this Andrew Barton protection spray, it isn't drying, I don't see any frizzled ends of hair and the I feel like Rihanna its like Barbados in a bottle! 
Style how ever you see fit, I have taken to blow drying recently, finally there is a brush I can manhandle whilst holding a hairdryer - I LOVE this Philip Kingsley Radial Brush it gives that root lift that long hair sometimes needs after being relentlessly dyed for hours on end! Or you can blast dry and straighten over after :)

YAY we made it, it only took all day and its now dark outside but just take in those lovely red locks you have. Beautiful.
I have left this pic un-edited to show you the real colour :)
I do love my red hair and have had it like this for well over 10 years! Sometimes I am tempted to dye it all deep brown and chop it all off but I know it just wouldn't be me, plus all my friends would have to stop calling me Red.

I hope this post has given you some tips and if you do take the plunge to dye your hair please let me see your results :) plus if you have any longhair hairstyles please let me know, I am stuck in a hair rut and cant seem to come up with anything more exciting than a top knot at the moment, I would love to try more fishtail braids and big buns but my hair just is a little too thin, maybe some extensions should be added to the wishlist! Let me know if you know any good'ens!
Love Kayleigh x

Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Baby's 1st Birthday Present Idea #1

Take a look at this most amazing purchase for Finley's birthday. 
With Finley's birthday only being two weeks after Christmas it left me scratching that little nogging of mine to think what to get, he had all the clothes under the sun, toys galore and because it was his 1st Christmas he got super duper spoilt by everyone. 

I had a few bits set aside but I really wanted to get him something he would be able to keep and cherish when he got older. If you ask Matthew he would tell you I am one of THE most sentimental people out there and I even still own a torn piece of envelope with 'I love you' on it that Matt gave me over 7 years ago!

Time was pressing on and I still hadn't found something that really ticked all the sentimental boxes until I found this....
WOW! I was browsing Etsy looking for a smidgen of inspiration and there it was, I have no idea what I typed or how I found it but it is everything I love Finley will love about presents! Individual, personalised and quirky.

Tell me more I can hear you all ask, okie dokie then, well it is your babies 1st year in time line form, documenting any little milestone or occasion you want. The whole picture is hand illustrated using fine liners and permanent markers, you can see the amazing detail in every little drawing!

A lovely lady called Beth over at Bethy Boots illustrated the whole piece for us, she truly has a talent and instantly understood my style and what we wanted. All you need to do is let her know what milestones you want including and she takes it from there. I opted for the little baby milestones Finley achieved in his first year, from him sitting up for the first time to his first tooth. Something I know I would love to have now to look back on.
I told Beth my quandary of only just finding her listing on Etsy and not to rush finishing it as it was my fault the universes fault I had not found her earlier. But to my surprise she had whipped out her markers and it was with me in under two weeks! She really pulled out all the stops to get it here as close to Finley's birthday as possible. :D

When the parcel arrived it was addressed to 'Supermum Kayleigh' well any parcel that arrives to the Bamber Household addressed like that is a sure fire winner, and boy we were in for a treat when we opened it.

In total I paid £50 for the illustration and that included the frame, a perfect amount for a main birthday present and of course it is totally worth spoiling your little one on their first birthday! 

I asked Beth's permission to blog her amazing work and she was very happy for me to share her links with you, so make sure you head over to her website here and just have a look at all her fab illustrations! I am already pondering what else I can get drawn up :D 

Thanks again Beth

Love Kayleigh x

Monday, 4 March 2013

Its time to go Green

Hands up how many of you are already going green or consider yourself an already fully fledged Eco Warrior? I ask for a very good reason as this week running from the 4th March 2013 - 10th March 2013 is Climate Week!

When I was asked by the lovely team over at Andrex to take part and join in I panicked a little, I think the word 'Eco' can sometimes sound a little intimidating and conjures up all sorts of images in my head. People living in tents in the woods, using leaves as toilet roll and only eating lentils. But after doing a little more research I soon realised that we all do our own little bit to be more Eco friendly almost every day...and it doesn't always have to involve leaves!

Look - No Leaves necessary
We already recycle all cardboard and plastics, we have a water meter to make us think about every drop we use and I also take the bus to work - meaning one less car on the road. There is probably so much more we all do but just don't think twice about it - it is becoming easier and easier to be a little more Eco friendly. Lets see how easy it will be as we commence with Climate week...

This week Andrex are sending out a Climate pack for me to use in the Bathroom so I can see just how much energy and water we use and more importantly we can save! Having Finley certainly has increased our 'Bathrrom traffic', more baths, teeth brushing and obligatory hand washing has no doubt had an effect on the bank balance but also on the environment too.

I will keep you all updated with how we get on and if the products we use are family friendly and ultimately if they help save us some money!

If you have any tips or advice how I can be a little more Green please let me know, or if you want to join in leave your comments below and keep a log of how you are doing!

I shall be back throughout the week with little updates on how we are coping and also if we are saving the pennies. 

Keep your eyes peeled for another competition also to win some more lovely goodies

Love Kayleigh x

Saturday, 2 March 2013

A little blogging holiday

Well you may have noticed I took a few weeks 'blogging holiday' as life seriously got in the way! They say things come in threes, well the passed week has been 3 x too many = far too much seriousness for me!
 Here is a run-down of just a few bumps in the Bamber road we had - 

There has been a major piece of work Matt and I have been working on which saw me writing, deleting, re-writing then cross referencing about a gazillion documents...for days on end! Luckily that is all singed off now and I can place it in my mind 'work out' tray! 

Finley had his 13 month injections which he was NOT impressed about at all, the poor soul wailed his eyes out after having a total of three short jabs in the thigh (see everything does come in threes). He has had a rough time ever since - meaning mummy also having a rough time of it too :( I will write up in a separate post about the full experience as I could find nothing online when I was frantically searching for symptoms of injections.

Finley just hasn't slept! I really thought we had near enough cracked it, he was sleeping almost 12 hours occasionally waking but after a few minuets would drift back off into a baby slumber, BUT this past week has been crazy! I think this boy has had a serious falling out with the sleep fairy, waking more than a new born, some nights every 20 minuets for hours on end! I am crossing my fingers it was a phase but even as I type I just have that feeling tonight will be another rough one.

Plus this week I am having to make some serious choices about work...hmmm I am still deciding and have no details as yet but I will definitely keep you updated. 

Matt, Finley and I took a lovely day trip out to the lakes with his parents :) They have the most beautiful holiday home out there - I have a million shots to share with you but the one above is me in just a part of their! Our whole house would probably fit twice in just this tiny slice of land haha.

There is probably so much more I have forgotten but I am still getting over a very busy 2 and a bit weeks. I hope you are all doing really well and I have some serious reading to catch up on with all the posts I have missed. 

Let me know how you are all doing? 

Love Kayleigh x
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