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The kids were next level 🤡today but at least the house looks tranquil #tgifriday #waititsmonday Why is everything so much cuter in toddler and baby size? Only four months until we go on holiday - but who's counting 🌾#iam #100% #weeksdaysandminutes 12 weeks old. Doesn't believe in day sleeping but is the happiest clam we know 🐚 #leosawyer #12weeks New blog online tonight sharing more about the beautiful paper collective prints from @theposterclub #theposterclub There's not much sweeter than tiny girls in tiny tutus #piperandfrankie When your second child is born your love for your first doesn't become halved. Your hands are fuller, busier and messier but your heart doubles in size #youwererightmum @cottonon

Life with two kids is no joke! I remember when Frankie was a baby thinking I had my hands full while cooking dinner but having two monkeys hanging off my legs is another ball game! I am a big fan of the baby bouncer distraction when the witching hour hits each evening. It is such an easy way to keep them semi distracted while you whip up tea. So tonight I thought I would chat about one of my favourite little baby tools – the Nuna Leaf.

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The Nuna Leaf has been around for years and there is definitely a reason they are standing the test of time – they are freekin awesome! We had a simple bouncer with Frankie which we used our foot to move. This did work well and I never fully understood the appeal of a seat that moved by itself until I tried one out myself. It is SO handy not having to awkwardly push a bouncer while trying to do something else! The Nuna has a super gentle swing (even when a toddler pushes it with all their mite) and is super plush and comfy! I often use it as a place for Leo to sleep in the late afternoon when he really needs movement to help him rest.

If anyone is interested in checking them out you can find this model (in a few colours) at Dimples here.

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