With the School Holidays Over, Mrs Crunch Has Some Cheap and Easy Tips to Help You Get Your House Ba

MAKE a clean sweep now the kids are off your hands.

It is time to reclaim your home and wipe away the traces of nearly two months of chaos. Start with a deeply satisfying spruce-up using my best buys on cleaning products.

Then give your rooms a mini-makeover with some great-value homeware.

GIVE your home an instant update with these cheap and cheerful buys.

Brighten up the bathroom with Bath Towels, £3.99, and matching Chenille Bath Mat, £5.99, from

Aldi

.

Let the light in with this

Waitrose

Round Metal Small Hurricane Lamp, down from £15 to £10.

Go dotty at mealtimes with the Right At Home 12-Piece Polka-Dot Dinner Set from

The Original Factory Shop

, £18.

Be a soft touch with the Glamour Embellished Cushion in teal, £8, from

JD Williams Home

.

Tidy up your home with Sugru Mouldable Glue, which comes in ten colours. Get a three-pack for £6.99 from

B&Q

,

Robert Dyas

,

Maplin

or

Hobbycraft

and go to

sugru.com

for how to make hooks and other home ideas.

Tidy up with a Copper Basket, £3.99, from

Home Bargains

.

Keep treats safe in a Polka-Dot Biscuit Barrel, £15, from

emmabridgewater.co.uk

.

Banish the blues with a blue ZigZag Cotton Throw, £20, from

joythestore.com

.

Prepare kids for a good night with Silentnight’s Kids’ Bedset, including a 10.5-tog duvet, waterproof mattress cover and pillow, £20 from

Argos

.

Try Vintage Metal Storage Drawers, £5.95,

dotcomgiftshop.com

, for a neat storage idea. Sort out glitter and googly eyes with a Hobby Craft Bits & Bobs 19-compartment organiser, £6.30, from

plasticboxshop.co.uk

.

Create a glow with a Brass Pentagonal Tealight Holder, £12, and pick up this delightful Kaleidoscope Turquoise Plate for £2.50, both from

Tesco

.

Give your kitchen a colour pop with House Of Style Paintbox Stacking Mugs, £7.99,

Homebase

.

YOU can wipe away those school- holiday messes with these super savings.

Dettol Surface Cleaner, 500ml, was £1.92, now £1 at ­

Morrisons

.

Save £1 on Method Clementine Kitchen Cleaner, 828ml, now £2 at

Tesco

.

Flash Cleaning Wipes in Mediterranean Lemon, 60-pack, was £2, now £1, at

Morrisons

.

Get half-price Cillit Bang Limescale & Shine Cleaner, 750ml, now £1.50 until September 20 at

Waitrose

.

Clean up with Fairy Platinum ­Dishwashing Tablets, now £5, down from £12, at

Asda

.

Save £1 on Mr Muscle Five-In-One Kitchen Spray, 500ml, now £1 at

Morrisons

.

Buy Cif Cream Lemon, 500ml, for less than half-price at

Morrisons

, down from £2.34 to £1. Get a half-price E-Cloth until September 20 at

Waitrose

, now £2.50.

Save £7 on Fairy Auto Dishwasher Tablets in Lemon, now £5 at

Asda

.

Waitrose

has half-price Domestos Zero Limescale Toilet Descaler, 750ml, 75p until September 20. ­Dettol Trigger Spray is £2 down from £4 at

Asda

.

Save £1.20 on Viakal Limescale Treatment at

Sainsbury’s

, now £2.

Deep-clean your machine with Dettol Washing Machine Cleaner, 250ml, down from £3.48 to £2 at

Morrisons

.

Persil Small & Mighty, 60 washes, now £7 at

Sainbury’s

, saving you £3, until September 20.

Save £1.50 on Vanish Stain Remover Powder, now £6 at

Sainsbury’s

until September 20.

VAX Air Cordless Vacuum Cleaner is £80 at

Morrisons

. When it’s gone, it’s gone.

Aldi’s

nifty Mini-Vacuum Cleaner, £29.99, sucks up liquids too.

And save £39.99 on the usual price for a Beldray Ten-in-One Handheld Steam Cleaner.

The

Original Factory Shop

’s price is £20.

With the School Holidays Over, Mrs Crunch Has Some Cheap and Easy Tips to Help You Get Your House Ba 1

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If I could summarize pregnancy and its aftermath in one long sentence, it would be that nothing takes a straight line, you can't prepare for everything, and what seems so hard now will pretty quickly become a tiny blip on a big radar.When you're pregnant, people give you lots of advice. I loved it and I wanted to hear it all. I define myself as being a Planner with a capital P, a Type A person who prides herself on organization and preparation. I knew that having a baby would be the ultimate challenge in how I would handle no longer being in control. So my plan was to have a well-researched non-plan. I realize now that you will never find anyone whose story matches your own. Every pregnancy, delivery, and postpartum experience varies wildly and you can never anticipate all of the things you'll encounter after growing a tiny human and launching it out into the world. Recovery is not a straight line from the physical trauma of birth to "back-to-normal".How, exactly, is this baby getting out of here?For the birth, I knew that I wanted drugs. I wanted to start taking drugs from the time I took that first pregnancy test, but my desire waned as the pregnancy went on. I heard terrifying stories of friends whose epidurals didn't work, forcing them to have unplanned natural births that they were not expecting. So I knew I needed to be prepared, at least mentally, for that possibility. I read a book about natural childbirth and it made me feel powerful and like I could handle it. It also made me feel that the hospital was going to push me to take the drugs and that I'd be devastated and feel robbed of my birth experience if I didn't gear up ahead of time for a fight to keep that needle out of my back. My husband and I wrote out a loose plan of the stages of pain management that we wanted to go through, and he was ready to fight for me if I was unable.I don't know about other hospitals, but the hospital I was at never once pushed me towards pain management. The team of nurses there were my biggest advocates - second only to my husband - in making sure that I had the birth experience that I wanted. I went into labor at home around 10pm and we got to the hospital at 3:30am, when I was 6.5cm dilated and fully over the natural childbirth experience. I tried an IV of Fentanyl to help dull the pain while I bobbed around on a birthing ball. Some people swear by those birthing balls but I just kept feeling like I was going to slide off and couldn't get comfortable. The IV made me feel like I was out of my mind, I could hear myself slurring my words, and I still felt plenty of pain.So, I happily got on board with getting the epidural started. Happily is maybe a stretch-I was terrified of an epidural, I had heard all sorts of stories about how badly they hurt. In all my research, one thing I never read about is that it's very common to start shaking uncontrollably. So, immediately after saying, "let's get this epidural going", I started thrashing like I was trying to shake my skin right off of my body. I was giggling nervously through my rattling teeth about how not in control of my body I felt. Which made me shake more. And I worried that I'd be paralyzed if I couldn't hold still when this mythical giant needle went into my spine. So I shook some more. This was the thing that my husband commented on later that he wasn't prepare for - watching me sit on a table flailing around. The reality of my epidural is that once they were ready to put the needle in, my body got really still, it didn't hurt, and it worked exactly as it was supposed to. I was 8cm dilated at 6am when they put the epidural in. I was able to sleep till about 8am when my doctor arrived and I was fully dilated and ready to start pushing. I started shaking uncontrollably again-apparently this is my nervous response. I remember the nurse saying not to worry, that I had gotten through the hardest part already and that at the end of this I'd have my beautiful baby. I replied, "that's why I'm so nervous." Shit was about to get really real. At 9:09am, my daughter was born with a full head of hair and an excellent set of lungs.It's not all in the latchThings didn't get any less unpredictable after the birth. When I was pregnant, people were quick to tell me how hard breastfeeding can be. Yes, it turns out that breastfeeding is indeed hard, but not in the ways that I expected. Something that is human nature and should come naturally does not; babies are not born knowing how to breastfeed. Even after a class and more nurses' hands on my boobs than I could count, I still didn't know how to breastfeed and neither did my daughter. A week after having her, when the dust had settled a bit, a postpartum doula came to the house and with a few little tweaks we were in great shape. Off we went into the sunset, my baby girl being nourished from my body and gaining weight like a little champion. Until she wasn't, which we discovered at her 4 month appointment. For me, this is where breastfeeding became incredibly hard.Leah of @thenashvillebump's Instagram post reads:"...Sometimes I can't even explain what makes it so difficult. The uncertainty, second guessing, responsibility, commitment, discomfort... just to name a few. We trusted our bodies to grow our babies for 9 months and now we have to trust our body to supply the nourishment for our babes' growth & development. Talk about pressure. Breastfeeding is full of unanswered questions. You truly don't know what's going on down there. Too much? Too little? Too intense? Not enough hindmilk? Not enough time?...And of course the biggest way to know if you're doing well is if the baby is gaining weight..."I am an Italian with a hearty appetite and love of feeding people. There is very little that could make me feel worse than finding out that my baby girl was not getting enough to eat. I had been prepared for breastfeeding to be hard in the beginning, and chastised myself for getting complacent and thinking that a good latch meant breastfeeding success going forward. For letting my supply slip, assuming that when my daughter discovered the world around her and was less interested in nursing, that she knew best and wasn't hungry. This is what I got for "going with the flow" and letting a three month old call the shots.So, of course, I went into overdrive on boosting my supply back up. I worked with lactation consultants and took herbs promising to boost milk supply (I am 50% Fenugreek at this point). I pumped after every nursing session to give her more milk in a bottle. I power-pumped for an hour at night to simulate a growth spurt, trying to con my body into milk-making overdrive. I started supplementing with formula. And now that I'm back to work, I watch my supply continue to taper down, regardless of all this effort. The good thing about pumping is that it removes the uncertainty of "are you producing enough?" I can see with every pumping session and every ounce that I am not producing enough. Thankfully, my baby girl is thriving and developmentally right on track but she's in the zero percentile and I am now overzealous in monitoring her food intake-determined to keep her on her own little growth curve. I tell my husband after pumping sessions on the weekend, "I did a good job pumping!" or "pumping wasn't very successful today". I hear myself say those things and realize the pressure that I'm putting on myself. I'm measuring my success as a mother in ounces, a goal I'll never reach.Friends and family tell me to be easy on myself, to feel good about the length of time that I nursed and to feel free to stop at anytime. But what do you do when you're not ready to stop? As maddening as nursing is, it's also my favorite time of the day, when I get to snuggle with my baby girl who is no longer snuggly. I will keep trying because I know that this is time that I will never get again with her.Help, please, I can't roll overI didn't expect grinding joint pain, either. Six months ago my joints were what kept me up at night, more than a newborn. I think back at how there were days where I wasn't sure I should pick my daughter up because my hands hurt so badly. In all my research, I had no idea about the potential for all my joints to burn all the time. I had been so excited to finally be able to sleep on my stomach again, but there were nights that I would wake up on my stomach, paralyzed and unable to roll over because my shoulders felt like they were on fire and days where it was excruciating to put on a shirt.And then one day the pain was gone. Months of joint pain that eventually disappeared without me really noticing until one day it wasn't there anymore.Is there a more waterproof mascara?Postpartum depression was on my radar. I geared up for the possibility of sadness and mood swings and was relieved to feel great immediately after the birth. But hormones are a bitch and they come flooding back (along with night sweats) in stages when you have a baby. Seven months after having my daughter, I was at the doctor trying to make sense of why I can't stop crying. It often hits in the most public places, when someone asks how I'm doing. I say "fine," perhaps somewhat unconvincingly, and when I get the expectant stares waiting on me to elaborate, I feel the tears well up. Full body tears, that start out hot from high up in my belly, right below my sternum. Tears that I have no hope of squashing, whether it's at my desk in my open office or at daycare when I pick up my daughter and find out she didn't finish her bottles that day. Panicky tears when I am at Target trying to pick out items for some foster kids, filled with the pressure of trying to find the perfect items for them. Tears at my physical therapists' office when finding out that my body needs more time to recover from labor. People give me sympathetic looks and say "well, you have a new baby and you're not sleeping. This is totally normal." Well-meaning sentiments except that I am sleeping great. My baby girl is a champion sleeper (please, don't let me jinx it) and I'm getting a full seven to eight hours of sleep a night. After going to the doctor, I still don't know if this is technically postpartum depression, or a hormone tsunami. Or both.Right alongside these moments of emotional takeover, are the sweet rewards of having an eight month old. She is my biggest fan (and I am hers). Her excitement at seeing me walk in the room or when my husband comes home from work and gets down on the floor to play with her is infectious. She chases me with her impossibly fast, lopsided army crawl and likes to stick her head between my ankles when I'm at the sink doing dishes.Eight months have flown by, every month filled with challenges that I can't see past and what I'm sure has got to be the best stage of my baby's development yet. Every month my daughter's personality grows and evolves. It seems impossible to think that just a few months ago I was unable to curl my fingers into a fist. Somewhere in the future, I will be looking back at this and I'll remember having days where I thought I was going to drown in tears or night sweats, and it'll seem so long ago. And I'll wonder, why didn't anyone tell me about this? But it won't really matter. Because, what can you do to prepare for feeling like an emotional trainwreck who can't stop sweating at night, other than stock up on lots of Kleenex and a waterproof mattress cover? That, I do highly recommend.·RELATED QUESTIONWhat is proffesional led stage lighting?When you're putting on an occasion, whether it is an unassuming school play or a party, stage lighting rental is an unquestionable requirement. Lighting is a main thrust of your production, giving brightening, center, detail and modifying the view of the group of audience. 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