Well it’s that time of year again where my thoughts turn to all things Holiday… First up is holiday dresses for the girls and we had so much fun shooting these romantic era style portraits. The brand is called Wild and Gorgeous, which kid of sums up my girls to a tee! Each dress is beautifully, carefully embellished, soft and surprisingly comfortable. I wanted to show the kids in action because I think no matter how nice they look they should also feel free to play and frolic!
Speaking of all things wild we were delighted to receive a review copy of Jungle Jam, which is part of a series of global musically themed books for kids. The older girls absolutely loved reading it to Wilde. The whole series is available to buy as a bundle, with a free copy of one of the books and there are adorable plush animals too. I love that the themes explored are teamwork, sharing and overcoming fears… all very positive values!
Wildey is always super jealous of her big sister’s bath bombs so I jumped at the chance to sample these amazing, organic and natural bath bombs from On Juniper! which tint the bathwater with vitamin packed superfoods. These award winning bath bombs were incredibly gentle and dis not irritate her sensitive, allergy and eczema prone skin in the slightest. We’re saving a couple of the other bombs for the bigger girl’s stockings which contain sweet little surprise gifts. Watch my Instagram stories to see them in action! They also do gift and party bags which are a great alternative to the usual plastic fare and so simple to order. LOVE.
Our older girls are reaching that pre-teen phase and like to experiment with a bit of lippy and play make-up. I love this Burts Bees Christmas Gift Bag which comes with my absolute, all time favourite classic peppermint lip balm plus a tinted lip balm, a lip crayon in a soft neutral shade and some facial cleansing wipes. Perfect for a young lady on the go this holiday season… (I may keep the lip crayon, though. Look out for me test driving it on my Insta stories)
Let me know if there’s any other great ideas for kids out there?