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We have worked as #microinfluencers with Q Festival, Gateshead, The Imperial Restaurant, Low Fell, Gateshead, San Lorenzo, Gosforth, Newcastle, Miffy UK, Good Bubble bath products, Nuby,, KeepFit Mammy, Mush mums, One Dear World, Mr Lee’s Noodles, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, The Baby Hub, Jesmond, Newcastle, Rusks & Rebels baby clothing, ARTventurers, the Great Park Community Centre, Great Park, Newcastle, Viona Patisserie, London, Northumbria University, Newcastle, Success 4 All, Newcastle, Persian Delight Restaurant, Stanhope Street, Newcastle, The Garden Kitchen, Newcastle, BookTrust, Jungle Jam books.

Check out the links below to some of our review posts:

Hair salon – Snippets to help keep babycalm during their first haircut

Motor show – NE1 Newcastle Motor Show, Newcastle

Books – Reviewing Jungle Jam as part of our bedtime routine

Festival – Five reasons why we loved Q Festival’s baby rave

Restaurants – Eating out with baby at The Imperial, Low Fell, Gateshead

Restaurants – A spot of networking and a cheeky ‘child-free’ lunch at San Lorenzo #Gosforth #Newcastle

Soft toys – Cyrus and Miffy’s excellent adventure and the power of online engagement

Bath time baby products – How to manage a super messy baby after nursery 

Baby safety products – Engineering the perfect pacifier for your baby – by The Baba Mohandes (the daddy engineer)

Food on the go – Struggling to eat healthy food after having a baby until I discovered Mr Lee’s Noodles

Baby products – Teething remedies from around the world – courtesy of a new mum over 40

Tourism – One game, two different memories: Marbles, children and storytelling @ Wallington Hall #Northumberland

Cafes – New mum stops for coffee (and cake) – Patisserie Valerie #Newcastle

Tourism – Sir Quentin Blake’s scratchy ink pen art stimulates Cyrus’s senses at the Laing Art Gallery #Newcastle

Baby classes – Fitting in at mother and baby classes when you’re a mum over 40

Clothing business review – Celebrating Norooz in style thanks to Rusks & Rebels and Northumberland Mumpreneurs

Cafes – New mum stops for coffee – Olive & Bean, Clayton Street, #Newcastle

Baby classes – Cyrus and The Tiger Who Came To Tea at ARTventurers #Newcastle

Home decor – Our nursery is coming together with some bright ideas

Cafes – New mum stops for coffee – Ouseburn Coffee Co, Fenwicks, Newcastle

Restaurants – Eating out with baby – Pani’s Cafe, High Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne

Cafes – Eating out with baby – Viona Patisserie, Uxbridge Road, Ealing, London

Beauty – Why hair care can be a grey area for pregnant mums over 40

Cool places – Why community centre is key for older mums like me

Health products – Chai Gol Gavzaban – starflower tea – for relaxation and stress relief

Baby products – Why I caved in and bought a Sophie la Giraffe

Baby products – A midlife mum’s must-haves – the magnificent seven freebies

Cafes – New mum stops for coffee – Costa coffee, Northumberland Street, Newcastle

Beauty – Beauty for midlife mums – Persian sefid-ab (white water)

Restaurants – Eating out with baby – Persian Delight, Stanhope Street, Newcastle

Cool places – Cool places for babies that really rock – Fenwick’s Christmas windows

Cafes – New mum stops for coffee – Caffe Nero, Intu Eldon Square, Newcastle

Cafes – New mum stops for coffee – The Garden Kitchen, intu Eldon Square, Newcastle upon Tyne

Cafes – New mum stops for coffee – Starbucks, Old Eldon Square, Newcastle

Physical fitness classes – Midlife mums shape up – Toning up with Baby Boot Camp