Blog : Little Lilypad Co
The Little Lilypad is a lifestyle blog mostly written by a mum to two beautiful, cheeky and entertaining daughters. It is sometimes written by the Man on the Pad or by one of our baby bloggers. Occasionally we accept guest posts too. There is frequently talk of shoes and clothing (we love fashion and savvy shopping), chocolate (who doesn't love chocolate) education and swimming (we love this too). It is hopefully helpful, sometimes funny and always honest.
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my true love gave to me ....Three fairy hooksTwo Dinosaurs andA gorgeous Baby Blooms small pink pos-yI want to be a fairy, my little girl singsWith a pink dress on and glittery wingsA fairy gift or two or threeIs a stocking filler, if ever I did seeSo by day three are you still wanting moreWell you will just have to wait for day number four .....
my true love gave to me .....Two dinosaursand a gorgeous baby blooms small pos-y.The dinosaurs are not quite turtle dovesbut they are a perfect gift for a little boy you loveA present for a nephew, grandchild or sonSomething cute, practical and funWe have complimentary items, perfect to matchYou can see we have an idea to hatchA little boys bedroom would love these book endsAnd at only £9 its a cost effective spend!So are you wondering what is coming on day threeCheck back tomorrow and you will see ....
my true love gave to me .....A Gorgeous Baby Bloom Pink Pos-yThis is a blog post made in rhyme,And I have to admit its taken some time,To compile a blog about gifts for babyFor a boy or a girl or a grown up maybeThis gift comes in a gorgeous presentation boxwith a bouquet filled with baby vests and socksSo this is the first of 12 you see,Although you may soon long for that partridge in a pear tree.If its more gifts you are after, some that are hand madeYou may want to try a range that are thoroughly fair tradeThere are fantastic ethical products to give any childWith reasonable prices, so you can go wild.
When my daughter asked "Mummy, what will my grown up name be?" I was a little perplexed, so I asked her what she meant. She replied that her name was a childs name, so did she get to pick her grown up name when she was an adult.Its funny what ideas our children get, whether they are a boy or a girl, they have a very innocent way of looking at life, so when does this change? When do they become less like a child and more like a "grown up"Christmas is looming and the magic of Father Christmas delivering presents and gifts are still alive in our family but how long will it be before Santa is for kids?All I know is that my little angel will be keeping her name, her innocence and her childhood for as long as she possibly can! And as for me, I am stuck with my boring "grown up" name!!