Welcome to my little corner of the internet! I’m Vicky, a mother of two girls. I help mamas who are feeling overwhelmed with tips and hacks to get through the hard days, and by showing them they are not alone.
We all have tough days. You know the ones I mean! It might be because you are operating on little to no sleep, or it might be because your kids are going through one of those “delightful” phases such as teething, developmental leaps or sickness. Whatever it is, I’ve got you covered.
The Mummy Bubble is a place where you can come and discover helpful ideas to get you through the day. But sometimes even the brightest of bright ideas can’t stop your baby from crying all day, so that’s why The Mummy Bubble offers you, tired mama, a virtual shoulder to cry on, a virtual glass of wine and stories to show you that you are definitely not alone.
If you want to find out more about me, check out my about me page.
I have an entire library of free printables just for you! They include checklists for your hospital bag, baby shower games, routines, daily baby record sheets and cleaning schedules, as well as some beautiful free posters for baby bedrooms. All you need to do is sign up to my mailing list.
So now you know a little more about the website, let’s take you on a quick tour to help you navigate and find what you need!
Congratulations! If you’re looking for helpful information about you and your baby, you’ve come to the right place. Start off with this post here, all about what to do when you’ve found out you’re pregnant.
Life with a baby
Caring for a baby is both the most rewarding and the most exhausting thing I have ever done! That’s why I’ve created lots of posts offering the very best advice I’ve come across in my four years as a mum. Here’s a list of posts that you may find useful:
Life with a toddler
Just when the sleepless nights have (almost) come to an end, you realise you have a toddler on your hands! From tantrums, to dropping naps, we’ve got lots of handy posts to help you tackle those tough days:
Two under two
There is a 21-month age gap between my two girls so I totally understand why life with two little ones feels so hard. I’ve shared lots of tips that helped me cope with two under two in these posts:
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I hope this list gives you a good flavour of what you’ll find at The Mummy Bubble.
Before I let you get back to those demanding kids of yours, here’s a freebie to help you out! It’s a Baby Planner, featuring a baby log, routines from ages 4 weeks to 6 months and much more! Get your hands on it here.