Just got my Hugabub in the mail yesterday, to say that I'm impressed would be an understatement!
It came packed beautifully, had an instructional DVD and even a handwritten card congratulating me on the birth!
After watching the dvd to learn the different wrap styles I tried it out, baby loved it and slept for ages. I did have another baby carrier which I never used because it hurt my back and caesar scar, no such problems with this one, it feels great. Its also made in Australia.
(Just in case you're wondering, no I don't work for Hugabubs, I just like to share good products and companies with others!)
I've started crafting a little again, still haven't "driven" the sewing machine as I'm worried I'll wind up sore, but it won't be long now, I'm feeling so terrific. I'm making a few small gifts for a kind person (do you know who you are?)
Husband has taken the 2 older children out to IMAX and the Melbourne Museum today, so once I peel myself away from this screen I should be able to fit in some craft time.
Lastnight I found a tapestry kit that my sister gave me (I'm ashamed to say!) about 10 years ago!!! Well, being the waste - hater that I am, I told myself in my night time overtired haze that I will finish it, no matter how long it takes.
Wish me luck, I may need it!
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