Welcome to the Bourn Sisters Blog

The Bourn sisters are Mallory and Hattie Bourn,


Mallory is a 24 year old English lit graduate, a fashion enthusiast with a love of interior design, currently based in London with her partner Joe and their daughter Blythe.

Hattie is a 21 year old with a professional background in hair and beauty, with a love of exploring the world she is currently based in Bristol with her partner Korey, they are expecting their first child.

With an extra special bond it seemed natural to work together on a project they are both passionate about, and so Bourn sisters came to life. They hope to share with you their tips, ideas, insights and attitudes on all they love whilst combing their two unique approaches to fashion, beauty and lifestyle

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  1. I breastfed my eldest boy until he was 18 months and then he proclaimed all gone and started a sippy cup. no bottle. he had his first tooth at 3 months and he only bit me once. took him off any time he tried to bite and he learned very quickly not to bite. my second child was still nursing at 3 years old. from 18 months mostly for comfort at night or when he had a cold or was upset. Just watch for speech and language problems as babies who nurse have thicker tongues from all that sucking. it took about 6 months for my sons language to become clearer and that is what the speech pathologist told us when we took our boy for an assessment. she could tell that he had been breastfed.
    Good luck. your child’s immune system will be the better for you having breastfed your child.


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