Bellamy’s Toothie Pegs Organic Milk Rusks (Review)

As she hits the peak of teething, Ahalya has started chomping down on literally everything. There seems to be a lot of discomfort and maybe even pain as her teeth cut through her gums and she grunts and grinds them together in an effort to relive the sensation. So, today I tried these teething sticks… Continue reading Bellamy’s Toothie Pegs Organic Milk Rusks (Review)

IKEA Kladd Randig Feeding Bibs (Review)

If you are able to, please, please do yourself a favor and get washable baby feeding bibs (like this one from IKEA) when you start feeding your baby. I'm sure they are available in Sri Lanka or you can purchase it via e-bay too. Ahalya's Sarasi Nandi got her a set of Kladd Randig Feeding… Continue reading IKEA Kladd Randig Feeding Bibs (Review)

IKEA Antilop Highchair/Feeding Chair (Review)

When it was time to start introducing solids to my baby, I took a lot of time deciding on what kind of highchair I would use. Because I was determined that she eat on her high chair at all times - it's safer, easier and let's babies take part in household mealtimes which, in turn,… Continue reading IKEA Antilop Highchair/Feeding Chair (Review)

Baby Trend Travel System (Review)

This is Ahalya's baby stroller. It's where she stays while we eat at restaurants, while I cook and do chores around the house, while we walk to ease a fussy episode and during a million other things that require her to be mobile but safe. I realized just how useful it is during my recent… Continue reading Baby Trend Travel System (Review)

Soft Cloth Blocks from Milk (Review)

I got these colourful cloth play blocks for Ahalya from Milk down Horton Place, so that we can use them at singsong time. While I sing along to Old Macdonald, I show her all the animals on the blocks. We also use the vehicles on this toy block set when singing Big Red Bus. She… Continue reading Soft Cloth Blocks from Milk (Review)

Philips Avent Orthodontic Pacifier (Review)

After Ahalya completed 2 months of age, we switched from the Philips Avent 0-2 months soothie to the free-flow 0-6 months one. Its orthodontic and collapsible teat is made to enhance the natural development of baby's palate, teeth and gums. They are also made of BPA-free, smooth, taste and odor-free silicone that doesn't stick and… Continue reading Philips Avent Orthodontic Pacifier (Review)

Palermo Wi-fi Baby Monitor (Review)

I am so thankful for my friends! Two of them who came down for Avurudu holidays generously offered to gift us THIS! And today, I had my first meal seated at the dining table by myself - after 6 and a half weeks. And… it was wonderful! If you're a parent doing all of baby's… Continue reading Palermo Wi-fi Baby Monitor (Review)

Meiya & Alvin Bunny Toy (Review)

Meet BUNNY; Ahalya's car seat buddy and friend, who gets kicked out in favour of a rattle. Bunny is a toy that belongs to the Meiya and Alvin collection. It's the first one I ever bought her (available at Milk down Horton Place). The Meiya and Alvin infant-toy collection is made of natural materials with… Continue reading Meiya & Alvin Bunny Toy (Review)

Philips Avent Newborn Soothie Pacifier (Review)

I ordered the Philips Avent Newborn Pacifier from the US when we decided to give my little one a soother. Over 2,000 hospitals in the US give new-borns this particular product which is sized and shaped to promote baby's natural development of teeth and gums. Its one-piece construction also adheres to the American Academy of… Continue reading Philips Avent Newborn Soothie Pacifier (Review)

What to Expect when you’re Expecting – The First Year (Review)

My sister in law gifted me this book when I was pregnant and I can't thank her enough for it! A must-read for every new mommy and daddy out there, The First Year in the ‘What to Expect when you’re Expecting’ series covers everything you need to know during your baby's first year. It's a… Continue reading What to Expect when you’re Expecting – The First Year (Review)