A Quick Hello from the BabyExpo Blogger!


I thought I should introduce myself to you personally before I started getting my blog on! During the coming month of June I’m going to be reviewing some lovely products and experiences for you all, prior to the fabulous BabyExpo Event on 30th June 2013.

So, hello! I’m Hannah, and I blog over at Make, Do and Push! I started my blog in September 2012 to document my journey into the wilderness of Motherhood, and from there it’s grown in ways that I never thought possible. It’s predominantly a parenting blog, but I also cover crafting, lifestyle and beauty, and I’ll admit that I’m a bit of a “sharent”!


I live just outside of Brighton with my beautiful baby girl (born in December 2012), and my very lovely fiancé! I’m a Brighton girl; born and bred, and I really do miss living in the vibrant, and slightly crazy, city.

What else? Well, I’m a cheese addict, shopaholic and creative-type. I’m also rather partial to a G&T (or three), and my favourite ever cake is the chocolate orange, gluten-free mousse cake from Ground in Kemp Town Village. Definitely worth a visit – just for the cake!

Anyway, enough of the cake and cheese talk… I should probably get on with it, and start reviewing some lovely things for you all as a taster of what to expect from the BabyExpo at the end of the month.

Looking forward to meeting you all there!



2 thoughts on “A Quick Hello from the BabyExpo Blogger!

  1. Hi Hannah – it may be a bit late now before the Baby Expo but I wondered if you would be interested in coming to try Watsu (water shiatsu). Watsu is a unique therapy, popular in the USA and Europe but still little know in the UK. I am one of just 8 UK registered practitioners. The therapy is a blissful combination of warm water, weightlessness and gentle seawead-like movements, stretches and accupressure.
    The womb like environment is ideal for use in pregnancy ( Watsu is recommended as preparation for a Water Birth by Janet Balaskas) but also for post pregnancy particularly for those recovering from a traumatic birth or suffering from PND. Watsu relieves symptoms of back pain and sciatica as well as other physical tensions, it is deeply relaxing and helps relieves anxiety, stress and insomnia. Let me know if you would like to give it a try. Best wishes ….Judy

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