WE all have those little pesky demons inside us, running amok. Even the most confident and self assured of us. Proof if ever you need it, that we’re all human and all sailing this rocky boat of life as best we can.
FOR a long time I’ve been admiring this brand that I’m about to mention today. Out and about in my local town, I can always spot their stunning, vibrant pushchairs and have swooned over more blog posts featuring their gorgeous products than I can probably count. So I can only hope that my post is also swoon-worthy too!
I’VE been meaning to do more vlogs for ages so hopefully this will be the first of many more to come. Most of you will know by now that I’m pregnant (if not, where have you been?!) so welcome to my first pregnancy vlog in which I share with you all, how I finally sorted out my wardrobe to make it maternity friendly!
TWO days after Elsie started school, we made a flying visit to London. To show her some of the sights and catch up with family and friends.
SHE’d been at school just one day. Just one day, when I heard Elsie say something unpleasant. Something that she would never say in a million years and something that I’d never ever heard her utter before.
AS blogging goes, there have been many highlights for me over the years and my recent trip with Optiwell is most definitely up there. Just a few weeks ago, Elsie and I joined a lovely group of parenting bloggers and kids to stay at a luxury family hotel as guests of Optiwell who organised the special event to give us mamas some much appreciated relaxation as part of their new campaign #ThankGoodness.
WAGAMAMAS is one of my favourite places to go and eat. Since discovering it around ten years ago in London, my love affair with this Japanese -inspired restaurant chain has never diminished.