Mia Mou Retail: A Review

Looking for beautiful chunky jewellery for girls?

Look no further! Mia Mou Retail sells beautifully handmade jewellery at an affordable prices. I was sent a gorgeous necklace for my daughter Nicole for when she’s older as they are suitable for three years and older.


She actually enjoys it now because I wear it while I’m breastfeeding and she loves playing with the different blocks and buttons on it.

It comes in a beautiful hessian bag which is super cute to keep hold of and I actually use it for all my jewellery now and it had a funky badge on.

The necklace itself was packaged in beautiful green and red tissue paper. You could tell time, effort and love was put into making and packaging it.


This is a picture of the necklace, it’s great quality and lovely to look at. Perfect for little girls! I know girl will love wearing it all the time when she is older.


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The London Sock Exchange Review + 10% Discount

Have you ever thought about how many socks you go through?

Have you ever realised actually how important great socks are?

I mean…think about it! They go on your feet!

You use your feet everyday, so why not treat them?

How about you can get luxury socks sent to you every quarter of the year? Plus you can recycle your old socks in the handy box they come with for no extra charge!


Well look no further….The London Sock Exchange have created this great service for the dapper gentleman, for only £15 per quarter!


I was lucky enough to be sent some great socks for my husband to try and we were pleasantly surprised!

Who knew a box of socks could be so exciting!

So they turn up in this cute brown box, wrapped in lovely black tissue paper.

Three pairs of socks in gorgeous designs are carefully folded with their own individual names, not only that but they have an outfit suggestion of the back of the card that each pair comes with.

My husband was extremely happy to come home to these luxury dapper socks after a long day at work on his feet and he loved them! I was a bit jealous so had to try a pair on too and they are so comfy, you can just tell the difference between these socks and regular socks. When you put them on you can really feel the quality, you can feel they are specially designed.

Then of course not to be left out, our eldest son Jack wanted to try them on and be a model!

Did you know that in the UK, we generate 1 million tonnes of clothing and textile every single year. That’s a whole lot of landfill. And the London Sock Exchange want to start setting this right, one sock at a time.

Not one sock that gets sent to be recycled gets wasted. 55% are reused and will make their way to developing countries, where they’ll be distributed to communities in need. The other 45% of the socks they receive are deconstructed before being given a second chance in life as an industrial textile….How great is that?!

They are passionate about recycling and here’s a video on what they do:


So The London Sock Exchange get’s a big thumbs up from Yummy Mummy’s Blog

What are you waiting for? Go and get signed up now and here’s some discount codes to get you started, both are for 10% off your first order:

For the quarterly subscription at checkout use the code: YUMMYSUB

For the annual subscription use the code: YUMMYYEAR

Here are links you need:

Website: www.thelondonsockexchange.net

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheLondonSockExchange/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/LDNSockExchange

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thelondonsockexchange/



A break from blogging

So  I’ve had a bit of a break from blogging the last few months. I’ve really missed it and feel there are so many things I have missed recording about my little monkey’s.

To re-cap I have two little boys Jack (2.5 yrs) and Michael (1.5 yrs) and write about all the trials and tribulations of being their mummy. Since I stopped blogging things have changed quite a lot, I am now expect a baby GIRL!

I will talk about my pregnancy more in upcoming posts but I’m still in shock it is a girl!

I just wanted to write a quick post about why I haven’t been blogging for a while, there has been no major reason other than life just getting in the way.

So now I have my 2yr old, 1 yr old, 20 weeks Pregnancy and my wedding in 8 weeks! Safe to say I have plenty to write about…..


The “I Am A Yummy Mummy” Project

I want to promote happiness, healthiness and well-being amongst women!

It’s crazy how the one thing that makes us unique by gender is the fact we can have children, yet it’s one of the main things that makes us feel the least womanly and content with our minds & body!

So this is why I’m making the WE’RE ALL YUMMY MUMMY’S project!

During pregnancy our bodies grow in a way they never have before and we finally get used to being that way, then the baby comes and our bodies change again and it’s easy to get down about our post baby bodies, not only that but hormones go into over drive! A lot of people think that once the baby is out that the hormones go too, but really it’s just the start of a whole new emotional roller coaster. Plus celebrities stepping out with their summer ready bods two minutes after giving birth don’t help!

Having a baby is the biggest change you could ever make in your life and it’s easy to spiral down a road of Depression during what is meant to be one of the happiest times in your life.

If you want to support me in giving mummy’s the confidence to say I AM A YUMMY MUMMY then just do this:


Let’s get the hashtag #IAmAYummyMummy trending!

We need to support each other…come on ladies, let’s do it!


Why I have created this blog.

So I have written a few posts about my life & opinions, to sort of give a taste of my writing style for people to follow if they enjoy.

I have been urged by my mum to start a blog for a year now and finally plucked up the courage.

So here it is!!

My name is Emma, I’m 23 & have two boys 10 months apart, I live with my my Fiancé an Assistant Pro Golfer and this blog is a way for me to release my mummy rants/questions/feelings etc.

I found my self filling my personal Facebook with proud posts about my boys or questions/comments about motherhood and receiving conflicting views, but mostly felt not that many people were interested after a while.

So I thought why not…I’ll make a blog write about what I love…being a Mummy! & if people want to read it they can follow and if they don’t want to they don’t have to! I can also follow people and read their blogs for inspiration or just for a good read!

I do love the feeling of having people respond to my posts and that people are actually enjoying what I am writing, I’ve always enjoyed writing since being a child. So this is a hobby I can have around my perfect job of being a mummy.

I have decided to also start a Facebook page & Twitter page around this to promote it and get more people with the same interests as me reading my blog and even made a competition to help promote it!

I enjoy seeing the number of people reading my posts rise and being able to spread the word through social media.

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Thanks for reading, this post was just a short but late intro about my self, keep reading!!