We’ve Celebrated our 8th Birthday!

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On the 7th May we celebrated our 8th Business Birthday. 

It was both exciting but disappointing at the same time. Exciting that the business had come so far and I was still in love with what I do, but disappointing that I hadn't achieved quite as much as I'd hoped. 

Onwards and upwards as they say! 

To celebrate our birthday we have some great competitions running on our blog www.babynotincludedblog.co.uk which I would like to share with you. 

Win 15€ to spend at www.sewdomesticated.co.uk 

Sew Domesticated was founded in 2012 by Victoria from sheer frustration of choice of clothing and cloth nappies for her children and has since expanded to offer a range of cloth nappies, handmade dresses, Maxaloones, Washable  Wetwipes and even a range of washable sanitary products and breast pads in an enormous range of colours and fabrics.

Victoria also offers a custom made nappy service for the extra special touch. Here are just a few things that Sew Domesticated has to offer……

Win 15€ to spend at www.sewdomesticated.co.ukWin 15€ to spend at www.sewdomesticated.co.ukWin 15€ to spend at www.sewdomesticated.co.ukWin 15€ to spend at www.sewdomesticated.co.uk

All of the Sew Domesticated clothing range are made to fit real nappy wearing babies so are cut on the generous side. All clothing is also made to last. The Maxaloones can be folded at the waist and legs to fit your baby, and as they grow can be folded less whilst being stretchy and roomy and the dresses get extra wear by wearing as a swing top with a pair of leggings for extra longevity.

I also hear that Victoria is a bit of an expert on baby wearing and can recommend and even make a baby wraps, mei tais and full buckles carriers in various styles and colours.

To keep up to date with Sew Domesticated visit their Facebook page. 

Fingers crossed. 

Lisa 

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