Back To School /Day Care Organisation Tips

🍎 Back To School /Day Care Organisation Tips 🏫

Do you have a child starting day care, kindy or school this year? I want to share some of my tips that can make your life as a parent easier! This year I have one school starting prep, one pre kindy and one in the toddler room. Plus we have a newborn arriving all when the school year starts. So I decided to be organised AF. Here are some of the things we already do or will be implementing and I hope they can help you too…

1️⃣A school bag station! This will the bags all in the one spot. I love the idea of having a basket or a mini locker below or above each child’s bag. That way any important paper work or cute drawings can go there.
2️⃣ A mini planner above each bag. That way you can all see as a family what is happening and when. Weather it’s a play date, school spot or who is picking which child up. A great communication tool for the family.
3️⃣ Meal prep some of the lunches for the week on a Sunday. Freeze muffins, scones, mini quiches etc so you can grab and pack. Cut up veggies and fruit in mini containers so it’s easy way to pack the lunches.
4️⃣ At the end of each day unpack the child’s bag or get your child too. That way nothing gets left in their that can get smelly. Refill the water bottles at this time too.
5️⃣ Have some after school snacks prepared as kids will be hungry between pick up and dinner! Haha I’m a professional #snackbitch
6️⃣ Lay or hang the kids clothes out the night before or for the walk. Include undies, socks, shoes, hair ties, brush l and nappies etc. that way it’s a smooth transition for getting ready. Even for yourself it’s a good idea if you are going to work.
7️⃣ Have your dinners on a meal plan so you know what you are having each night.

What are your tips? Share below 👉🏼

📷 by @ikea_australia

What to pack for Labour, Birth + Hospital Stay.

Written by Alice Bingham 

Images by Wylde Folk Studio (for Alice Bingham) or taken by myself.

Packing my hospital bag for my first pregnancy was very exciting. I #pinterested all these hospital bag lists, and I was so excited with what I packed into my suitcase, ready for my bubs arrival. When the time came, my husband grabbed the bags and brought them to hospital with us. I thought I was so organised, but boy was I wrong. I had really over packed! I had so much stuff that I actually couldn’t find what I needed, when I needed it. I had to much of the stuff I didn’t need and not enough of what I actually really needed. I was so overwhelmed. I made a promise to myself that next time I would pack a little lighter and bring more of the essentials rather than all the extras. 

I have put together a list of what I needed and wished I had put in the first time and second time, for both my hospital bag and my babies’ nappy bag. I also did a Instagram post up and asked my community what they thought was a must. So I have combined your idea and suggestions into this blog too. Thank you for your help.

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Hospital Bag Essentials for Labour and Post birth. 

For Mumma 

  • Labour Support Clutch – In here are all the things that you might intend on using to support your birth, so fake tea lights, crystals, diffuser blend, affirmation cards or tens machine. I will be using the “You got this Mama” clutch from Birth Bliss and will be using their Elle TEN’s machine also.
  • Lip balm as your lips get so dry in the air conditioning and if you decide to have pain meds, dry lips and mouth is an adverse effect of the drugs. I love the Brauer Paw Paw Ointment. It is all natural and organic.
  • Essential Oil Labour Blend and Calming face mist. I will be using this in my birth, this is totally up to you but I loved the idea of using these natural products to assist my labour naturally. Even if it is just a mind over matter strategy to assist labour. The face spray is great for cooling the face and calming your senses.
  • Feeding Bras if you choose to breastfeed, as it is so much easier to just unclip. During Labour I will be wearing my Bimby and Roy’s and they are so comfy to wear on the bump.
  • Postpartum Panties, Pads or Maternity or Comfortable Underwear! The hospital pads they supplied were so stiff and so uncomfortable on my stitches down below. I personally had a reaction to the hospital ones. The first 24hrs – 48hrs I will be wearing @partumpanties. Then I will will the reusable maternity underwear. I also love the Tom’s Organic Maternity Range too if needed. They were like a cloud ‘down there’ compared to the other brands. Plus, they are made from 100% organic cotton, so they are hypoallergenic and breathable. Remember these knickers can get soiled from your post partum bleeding.
  • Nipple Balm,yes there is such thing. Your nipples can become quite cracked when breastfeeding, with the newbie trying to latch. Also, leakage can occur causing this too. I loveLittle Bairn, Oragnic Nipple Balmas it is specially developed to both protect and repair the skin during this time.
  • A button down, comfortable(not to tight) nightie. I love the Modern Day Dress by the Comfort Mama. Even if you bottle feed, comfy clothes all the way with loose elastic if you choose to wear bottoms.
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  • I love a great dressing gown too, one that will move with your body, bamboo is a great fabric. This time round I have purchased the Two Darlings Mist Bamboo Rope, its easy to undo to feed your little one.
  • Slippers & Bed Socks,to keep to those tootsies warm. Hospitals are always so cold.
  • Phone and Charger, so you can let your loved ones know of your cute arrival. Plus, its perfect to capture those first few moments with your new babe.
  • Toiletries,it is just nice to have your own personal items. Hospitals do provide the basics but using your own will make you feel a little more like yourself. I love natural deodorants to keep fragrance away from your new bub,
  • Hair ties or Head Band, hair in your face is no fun.
  • ID cardand yourPregnancy Record.
  • Snacks, I personally could not eat during labour but so many of you said this was up there with your must haves. I liked to have some tea or sip on a hydration drink. When it comes to post partum I loved snacking on lactation cookies or bliss balls.
  • I will be also taking my manual Medela Harmony Breast Pump as the hospital only had so many on the ward. This is for that just in case. I did have to pump so much with my third as she was a premmie in special care.

For Baby 

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  • Baby Bag (nappy bag) I like to have bubs stuff packed separate to my stuff. So it doesn’t get all mixed up.
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  • Newborn nappies and wipes, some hospitals provide you with a few to start off with, but then it is up to you to supply the rest. I have a pack of  Tooshies by TOM Oragnic Newborn Nappies and Wipes I also have a full box of Luv Me PANDAs.
  • Baby Clothes, I think you really only need 3- 4 onesies. Family can always bring you more up if you need. Great to have a few singlets, socks, beanies and mittens as it gets really cold. But honestly do not over do. It is so overwhelming going through the bag to find things. Even a nice wrap to put bub in with their singlet and nappy. Keep it simple.
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  • Muslin wraps or swaddle to wrap your little darling in. The hospital will provide you with some, but honestly, I prefer to bring my own as the hospital ones have been washed hundreds of times and are so old and dated. I recommend just taking two of these only. Nice for that first hospital photo too.
  • Dummy if you choose to use one.
  • A hooded baby towel and bamboo cloths again to make it a little more personal. I loved photographing bubs first bath too.
  • A carrier or pram or capsule, to transport baby straight to the car safely. Most hospital will not allow you to hold your baby to walk to the car. Plus they like to check the car seat is fitted correctly

To download your PDF Checklist to either your phone or to print your own copy. CLICK HERE!

Hypnobirthing with Your Sacred Space.

By Alice Bingham

A few weeks ago David and I did part one of the Positive Birth Program (Hypnobirthing) with Your Scared Space. But before I tell you all about it I want to share how amazing the universe is about connecting you with people when you ask the universe to have your back.

Talk about alignment, before I was even pregnant I was having thoughts about how a fourth pregnancy would look for me mentally. Given my experience with our third pregnancy and birth, I wanted to do some research about how I can feel more emotionally supported and educated. Funny enough she came up in my feed, die to a friend recommending her. I decided reach out to Danielle from @your.sacred.space before I was even pregnant, months before if truth be told. I told her I was planning my fourth pregnancy. I knew that if we were to welcome number four, this would be our journey. After our third bubs birth, this was something I wanted for David, I and our little family.

If you haven’t been following this blog Alice In Healthyland for long, in a nut shell this was my experience with our third child. I had two vaginal births first off and with our third child, an emergency c section under a General Anaesthesia, I had a query PE and had some heart issues going on. We had a week long stay in hospital and my daughter was also born at 35 weeks and required some special care. All of my births have been completely different, because every pregnancy and every baby is different. My third birth, took time to process and I spent months trying to replay a few things that could of been etc. in my mind.

David and I really enjoyed the Hypnobirthing Class with Danielle, it was truly something else. Having experienced birth already 3 times I was taken back by how much I had learnt on the day. On the day we sat with 5 other couples and we explored the world of hypnobirthing. We each got our own yoga mat, ball to sit on and seats. Plus a goodie bag and a portfolio to follow the day. The day was broken up into different parts of learning from Danielle, birth videos, education on the anatomy and physiology of birth, and engaging with your birth partner. As a couple, I felt extremely close to David that day, and he really enjoyed the whole experience as well. All the men in the room were entertained and were constantly made to feel apart of the process.

It was magical, empowering and honestly like a fear release around the topic of birth. We laughed together, we got in the zone and we became educated about some topics that are often taboo.

Feeling humble for this experience and educated about this little ones journey earth side. No matter the path this little one chooses to join us, I know David and myself feel informed and supported by each other. ✨

Since the workshop, I have been implementing the tools given by Danielle into my daily practice planning for birth. I have put up birth affirmations around my bedroom. I have written in my journal what I am manifesting for our birth journey and I am playing the Hypnobirthing tracks and affirmations tracks most nights as I drift off to sleep. All part of the process to feeling positive around our future experience and feeling educated to take on the knowledge and have a say in how we welcome our little one.

At 29 weeks this pregnancy my body started to experience contractions for 3 weeks. I spent numerous days in this time at the hospital for hours a day. I found that instead of laying there anxious alone with my thoughts I would put my phone on speaker. Listen to my hypnobirthing tracks to calm my mind for sleep. To try help my little one and myself relax and welcome the calm back from the news that day at the hospital.

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Listening to my hypnobirthing Birth Tracks ✨
Affirmations placed around the mirror to read daily.

I look forward to our private session with Danielle in a few short weeks. I will keep you updated on how we go.

Want to get in touch with Danielle from Your Scared Birth?

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/your.sacred.space/

Website – https://yoursacredspace.com.au/

Danielle is a mumma to two hypnobubs, a Hypnobirthing Aus ™️ practitioner and she passionate about helping women empower themselves.

Music to Listen to during your Labour & Birth 🎧

I recently did a poll over on my Instagram account @aliceinheathyland about if you had a playlist of songs you listened to during labour or your child’s birth 87% off you said yes. I then requested your favourite songs on your birth playlist and this is what you shared. I also threw in some of mine too.

Music can spark a beautiful memory in your mind every time you hear a song. It can tug at your emotions and bring a tear to our eyes. If you are a mumma to be pull out your Spotify app and start downloading some of these tunes that speak to your soul. You can replay the playlist throughout your life to take you make to this magical moment of meeting your darlings.

1. Thank God I Found You – Mariah Carey

2. Liquid Love – Jack Botts

3. Angel Of Mine – Monica

4. Days In The Sun (Acoustic) – Ziggy Alberts

5. XO – John Mayer

6. I Won’t Let Go – James Morrison

7. Higher Love – James Vincent McMorrow

8. Heaven – Ziggy Alberts

9. Snow – Angus & Julia Stone

10. Holy – Justin Bieber feat Chance The Rapper

11. You Are The Reason – Olivia Penalva

12. Push It – Salt N Pepa

13. Soldier – Destiny’s Child

14. Your Song – Ellie Goulding

15. Make You Feel My Love – Adele

16. I Won’t Give Up – Jason Mraz

17. This Year’s Love – David Gray

18. Days Like This – Van Morrison

19. You Give Me Something – James Morrison

20. Just Breathe – Pearl Jam

21. Sunrise – Nora Jones

22. Follow The Sun – Xavier Rudd

23. Under Pressure – Queen , David Bowie

24. Blessings – Chance The Rapper

25. Only Love – Ben Howard

26. Love Me Now – Ziggy Alberts

27. You & Me – The Dreggs

28. Light On – Maggie Rogers

29. At Last – Etta James

30. September – Earth, Wind & Fire

31. When You Believe – Whitney Houston feat. Mariah Carey

32. What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong

33. Sunrise – Norah Jones

34. Isn’t She Lovely – Stevie Wonder

35. The Best Is Yet To Come – Frank Sinatra

36. Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World – Israel Kamakawiwo’ole

37. SongBird – Eva Cassidy

38. Paradise – Coldplay

39. Hold You – Jack Botts

40. Into The Mystic – Van Morrison

41 . Fireworks – Jack Botts

43. Surrender – Natalie Taylor

44. Breathe Me – Sia

45. Miracle Love – Matt Corby

46. Stand By Me – Florence + The Machine

47. Holocene – Bon Iver

48. Deep End – Birdy

49. Lonely – Justin Bieber with Benny Blanco

50. Us – James Bay

51. Bloom – The Paper Kites

52. If You Ever Want To Be In Love – James Bay

53. Georgia – Vance Joy

54. Forever – Ben Harper

55. Watch Over Me – Bernard Fanning

56. Resolution – Matt Corby

57. Sunset Lover – Peit Biscuit

58. Pusher – Alt – J

59. Stuck With You – Justin Beiber

60. Beyond – Leon Bridges

61. Halo – Beyoncé

62. How Long Will I Love You – Ellie Goulding

63. Perfect Duet – Ed Sheeran + Beyoncé

64. Truly Madly Deeply – Savage Garden

65. Endless Love – Diana Ross + Lionel Richie

66. You And Me – Lifehouse

67. The Power Of Love – Celine Dion

68. When I Fall In Love – Nat King Cole

69. Crazy Love – Van Morrison

70. Beautiful Flower – India Arie

Washing Tips from a Mum of Three

{ washing tips from a mumma if 3 }

washing, kids or no kids we all have to do it! somedays i feel satisfied doing it and others i dread it 🤪. i do some simple tasks that fit into our family’s routine to keep the washing in check! now of course this is what works for us.


no matter if all the laundry is done, a sneaky piece of linen or clothing will always find its way make into a washing basket within minutes
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  • always do a 30 minute load at least every second day. weather it be a white or dark load. just so it doesn’t all pile up at the end of the week.
  • turn the timer setting on the night before and have it loaded ready so you can literally hang it out in the morning. I like to make sure the washing machine comes on before i wake.
  • if you can always hang in direct suns light or outside in the fresh air. i believe my clothes smell nicer and are fresher. they don’t have that damp scent.
  • place a drop of lemon essential oil in the washing before it goes on. if you don’t get to the washing asap it keeps it smelling #freshtodeath
  • i swap a store bought fabric softener for something as simple as epson salts or white biodegradable vinegar with some essential oils ti use as a fabric softener. it works so well, less toxic and clothes feel so lush and soft.
  • if possible i hang the clothes on a coat hanger. easy to get it in and put away, i also love the @stainlesssteelpegs.co octopus hangers for socks, kids undies, reusable nappies and pads. plus you can hang them next to each other and pair them as you are getting them in.
  • i am also loving my All Smalls Laundry hangers for pairing socks and drying dish clothes or putting coat hangers on them.
  • always hang each persons clothes in the house on a different part of the line. easier to fold and put away all together.
  • i always fold or hang washing as i get it in off the line or clothes horse.
  • i do my best to put the load that i washed that day away all on the same day. other wise i let it pile up and makes me anxious 🤪.
  • i don’t iron unless i absolutely have too. however i just bought a steamer so for big things i just use that.
  • if you don’t want the sun to wreck it, always hang on a clothes horse in the shade or in a spot near a window in your home.

Lottie’s Nursery Room Makeover

After 6 months of having our little #squishy AKA Lottie, in our room. We thought it was time to decorate and give our little miss her own room. The space was a just a blank canvas of dark carpets and white walls. The baby furniture is all hand me downs from her older brother’s baby furniture.

When it comes to home styling, I can put my hand up and state that it’s not in my creative eye. I am very luck to know someone that is though. I first reached out to Elisa from @blond.noir to ask if she wanted create a vision board for our Lottie’s Nursery. I was over the moon when she said YES! We had both worked together before and brought my little girls, Winnie’s Nursery to life just a few years ago. She did such a great job. Again, Elisa went above and beyond to create a vision board for Lottie’s space and within a few days we were planing how it would all come together. All I had to do was send her some 360 images and videos of the room and share anything I had in mind too. I left most of it up to the expert, Elisa as she has such a great creative eye for styling.

Over a few weeks Elisa brought the mood board to life. I love how she, like myself loves to support small business owners.

It actually makes me smile so much seeing it all come together like it has now.

Please note some of the pieces in Lottie’s Nursery were Winnie’s old belongings. So they may not still be available from the stores I brought them from or they were mine when I was little.

Here are the finer details of the stunning pieces that make up her room…

The floral cot sheet by the Dusty Belle by Princess Panda Pants Co.

Run Forrest: Blush Large Playmat by Grace and Maggie

Fairy Print by Narin Barnett, a contemporary artist in Melbourne from My Hidden Forest.

The Luxe Velvet Storage Case Set in Soft Grey is from, Vanessa’s dreamy online luxe baby gift store, Petit Luxe Bebe.

Wall Butterfly Decals by  Little Custom Creations.

Dreamy Canopy  by Spinkie Baby, they have so many amazing colour options for you to choose from.

The most stunning Mini Tulle Chandelier Mobile is by the clever Little Cloud Lane.

Bow Holder by the ever so talented Kiah from Cleo Blooms.

Lottie Small Scrabble Frame by Taylor’d Scrabble Frames

Change Mat in Cloud Grey by Bubsfirst 

Lottie Meaning Wall Art and Floral Wall Decor by Elisa herself from blond.noir.

Wooden Toys – @willownoak and @noc_noc_wooden_toys.

More about the stylist, Elisa –

Blond + Noir  is an Australian owned small business created in 2015 by Elisa Strbac, a life long interior addict and art lover.

With a background in all things creative as well as business Elisa decided it was time to put all those skill to use and do what she truly loves – to create.

Blond + Noir wall art is designed in house and is Australian hand made. We also sometimes get the amazing opportunity to work along side other talented Aussie artists! How lucky are we! Blond + Noir have pieces to suit kids interiors, grown up spaces and a just about any other space in your interior design!

If you’re looking for interior wall art, Blond + Noir is sure to have something you’ll love!

 

Our Lottie girl’s newborn shoot with Jennifer Horner Photography

Feat. Jennifer Horner Photography

It is with great honour, that I am able to blog yet another stunning, photoshoot by our now friend, Jennifer Horner. She has captured so many beautiful memories of our family over the past two years. Memories that have become photographs in our lounge room on the wall or on display in the hallway or in our children’s  photo books. Ones we will treasure forever. This time round Jennifer photographed our newest addition Lottie Jean, at just 14 days.

She has such a natural way with babies and children. My children are always so drawn to her. She is professional, friendly and a whole lot of fun. She uses sensory play and safe practice to capture your little ones. When photographing newborn’s Jen always has someone working with her, someone that has trained with Jen over the years and is experienced.  Jen was constantly explaining to David and I with rationale the safe practice of supporting a little one when photographing them. As Lottie’s parents, David and I felt perfectly safe with Jennifer handling our little darling.

Just like with Winter Rose’s shot, we again had a discussion of what David and I wanted to capture  with Lottie on the day. She allows plenty of time for the session to shoot, in case you need to breastfeed and have a break. She also sends through an email prior to the day, so you know what to expect, what to bring and some useful tips on when to feed bub prior.

I am so in love with the neural tones, soft pinks and creams, lush greenery, palm prints (so me) and all the extra little details Jennifer had prepared for us on the day. I feel she really captured those special memories of our darling girl we will hold on to forever. A favourite flower of mine is babies breath, I had my cousin create a flower crown of babies breath for our Lottie and Jennifer continued with this theme in a series of shots with a stunning flat lay of babies breath she got from a local flower farm that day. She truly does go above and beyond.

Flower crown by Rachel  – @bohemianblossomcrowns

Jennifer has offered my friends, family and Alice In Healthyland  tribe members, a special one time offer to use on any booking you make with her. $100OFF. This is not something Jennifer does often, so honestly if you feel this is something you have been wanting to do for a while, just do it. You will not regret it at all, I promise.

BOOK HERE and make sure you state ALICE IN HEALTHYLAND when you book.

Okay so drum roll please…

Here are the stunning images from our Lottie girls Newborn shoot.

Lush Greenery

The whole world in her hands.

Palms + Ferns

Her little facials.

Naw I could just kiss her!

So in love with our daughter.

Daddy + his newest daughter.

Sibling love.

Our first family photo.

 

Want to connect with Jennifer?

Website –http://www.jenniferhornerphotography.com.au/

Instagram –https://www.instagram.com/jenniferhornerphotography/

 

What is in my nappy bag the third time round…

So we recently welcomed a new addition to the Bingham tribe, our darling Lottie Jean. So upgrading our nappy bag size was a must for us. I have a 3 year old boy, Cruz, a 18month girl, Winter Rose and a newborn baby girl, Lottie. 2 days a week its just Lottie and myself but the other 5 days we will head out on adventures as a mini tribe. I have had a few messages from you mumma’s asking what we pack in our nappy bag. So here it is lovelies…

Firstly the nappy bag I choose was the Storksak Stevie Luxe in black scuba.  I choose this bag because it was a decent size (being a mum of 3), however it is super lightweight to carry.  It has lots of compartments to keep your bag organised, which we all know “sparks joy” thank you Marie Kondo for reminding us of those oh so good feels. It also keeps your essentials stored safely. There is even a cheeky cooler at the back of the bag with a hidden zip for easy access to the baby bottle. This has come in handy for me as I have had to pump EBM every three hours so I didn’t have to hunt through the bag when she got hungry. The bag comes with a cooler bag, I have used this to not only store milk but snacks too. You can even use it as a cooler bag for your lunch, once you no longer need a nappy bag. There is also a luxurious size changing mat with pocket storage, so it is easy to take out of the bag and it covers the surface area of most changing tables in the parents rooms.

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So what is in the nappy bag this time round you ask…

  • Nappies of course, I have a mixture of both cloth and disposable.
  • Wipes, I make my own and store in a travel sealed container (see recipe here) or love Water Wipes.
  • Change Mat, I love to use a reusable one to look after the environment. My nappy bag came with one ,but you can buy one from Storksak if you don’t already have one. The parents rooms can be a little gross or there might not be somewhere to change your bub, so you can just do it in the pram or on the floor with the mat.
  • Hand Sanitiser, just a small one is fine. I make my own non toxic one with essential oils and aloe vera gel.
  • Outfits for the baby, just one spare in case of emergency poop. For my toddler I have spare undies (because toilet training).
  • Snacks for all of us and bottles for the girls (still breastfeeding to but expressing). I like to stick to easy snacks like fruit, popcorn, bliss balls, mini muffins.
  • Not always, but depending on where we go I like to put a small activity or toys in the bag like colouring pencils and a pad or cars for my son.
  •  A muslin wrap, this can be doubled as a cover for bub or tie the two corners around the neck and its a breastfeeding cover. Great if bub falls asleep and you can cover the pram with it. I always like to keep a pram peg in the bag to, just to secure if need be.
  • I currently need an organic or natural baby/nipple balm. I buy one that can do both.
  • A disposable bag to store a dirty nappy. Just in case there is not a bin around.

 

CADDY STROLLER ORGANISER LUXE is handy if you are just heading out for a few hours. Fits a packet of wipes, 2 nappies, baby bottle, my wallet and phone.

Milk Bath Maternity Shoot with Brisbane Photographer – Tahlia – Wylde Folk Studio

Photographer – @wyldefolkstudio_

Hair – @c_ba_hair

Model – @aliceinhealthyland

Crown – @bohemiamblossomcrowns

Make Up @lust__minerals

I have been friends with Tahlia for a little over three years. Prior to that we may have passed each other by as we both grew up around Brisbane and went to the same gym. Our real connection started when we caught up with our little babes, Cruz and Summer. It’s been beautiful having our friendship blossom over time as well as watching our growing family create the same friendships and bonds too. You know when the universe just guides you and you just know that we were destained to be best friends (just like the movie Step Brothers when they go DID WE JUST BECOME BESTFRIENDS? moment).

Tahlia loves natural, organic and light inspired work. She does not distort her work with large amounts of editing. She believes that gentle touch ups and colour adjustments is all you need. Tahlia sets a beautiful environment for her clients and always makes sure they feel at ease with her presence. She knows how to make them laugh and sings while she photographs your children. You can see it’s her passion and she loves what she is doing.

Tahlia has photographed so many memories for our family and for my business and blog @aliceinhealthyland. So I was so grateful to have her shoot this special moment in my pregnancy and capture the bump with our two little babes. Cruz was scared of the flowers in the bath haha #mumlife but we managed to capture some cute snaps with him and the bump.

Tahlia is offering my following a special discount. State my name ALICE and you will get $50off your booking of a Maternity, Newborn or Family Photoshoot. Thanks so much beautiful! Such a lovely gesture.

A special thank you to the girls CBA Hair for styling my hair, Bohemian Blossom Crowns for making Winter Rose and I’s flower crowns and to Lust Minerals for supplying the make up. Necklace is by Eden Zoe and has my little ones initials on.

The lace garments are just from Kmart or EBay.