William on his Simba mattress

Simba Single Mattress Review

*Ad- PR sample

It had come to that time when we had to think about saying goodbye to the cot bed and move the youngest into a more grown-up, single bed. With William still waking in the night, we felt we had already tried every avenue and I even more recently changed his duvet to help with making his bed more snuggly but it still didn’t work and I realised that the best course of action would be to provide a bigger bed in which he wouldn’t be banging into the sides and most importantly, one with a much more substantial and comfortable mattress. The mattress in his cot is perfect for a baby but with the extra weight and movement now as an almost 3-year-old, it just wasn’t up to the job anymore. Thankfully, the lovely people over at Simba got in touch and as my mattress is by them and I love it, I knew their single mattress would be spot on for William.

Continue reading “Simba Single Mattress Review”
Related Posts:
Review | National Geographic Raptor Dino Recycled Bedding Set
Review | National Geographic Raptor Dino Recycled Bedding Set

*Gifted Product In my bid to make my life far more eco-friendly, I am always on the lookout for anything Read more

The Perfect Bedtime Routine for Your Teething Baby
The perfect bedtime routine for your teething baby text over three images of a teething baby

As you know, a teething baby is hard work at bedtime. The pain tends to wake them more often, their Read more

5 Top Tips to Beat Bedwetting
child on bed

*Collaborative Post It is surprisingly common and yet, for many children (and their parents) nighttime bedwetting can be an embarrassing Read more

The Ideal Finishing Touches For Boys’ Bedrooms
The ideal finishing touches for boys' bedrooms

*Collaborative Post Updating my home has become quite a hobby for me now and my latest projects have certainly kept Read more

cat on a bed

Sleep Sanctuary: Turn Your Bedroom into a Parent’s Paradise

*Collaborative Post

A child-free bedroom is something of a dream for many parents. From co-sleeping to your toddler crawling into your bed in the middle of the night, it’s hard to keep them out. But parents should still be able to get some time to themselves, and your bedroom can be a sanctuary where you get to relax and have some peace – at least, some of the time. If you want your bedroom to be somewhere you can feel is mostly yours, if not entirely your own, a redesign could be what you need. While baby things have their place, moving most things to another room could be the best idea. Continue reading “Sleep Sanctuary: Turn Your Bedroom into a Parent’s Paradise”

Related Posts:


In Search Of Space: Interior Innovations For Growing Families

making space in your home light and airy room

*Collaborative Post There comes a time when many families outgrow their homes. If you’re welcoming new additions to the household Read more


What is No Mow May and Why Should You Take Part?

daisies in a lawn

May is creeping up on us which can only mean one thing - it's time for No Mow May again!! Read more


The Importance of Hydration: How to Keep Your Dog Happy While on the Go

a dog drinking to stay hydrated

Hydrated dogs are happy dogs, especially since they lose a lot of moisture through their paws and from panting (some Read more


Crucial Steps After a Moving Truck Accident: Safeguarding Your Rights and Recovery

moving truck

Collisions involving big trucks can result in catastrophic outcomes, inflicting significant harm such as severe injuries, property destruction, and emotional Read more