I’M posting this super quickly before I jump into a taxi and head off to catch my train to London for BritMums Live! To say I’m excited is a bit of an understatement (I’m so looking forward to meeting new people and catching up with old blogging friends!) and rest assured I will definitely be filling you in on all the juicy gossip when I return. Anyway, with this in
IT feels almost ridiculous to be typing that my beautiful little girl will soon be turning two. But yet two she will indeed turn in just over a months’ time. Watching her develop into the spirited, inquisitive, clever, funny and all round wonderful girl that she is, has been and continues to be just a joy. Exhausting and difficult at times yes (toddlerdom is tricky!) but she really is just
WITH the last few weeks whizzing by in a New York minute, I can hardly believe that in mere days I will be attending my first blogging conference and meeting up with some lovely blogging pals at Brit Mums Live. As the UK’s largest blogging conference, it’s safe to say that I’ve wanted to attend for a couple of years now and so, when a very kind freelancing client of
Now then, I am very nervous about this. Very nervous indeed. *takes a deep breath* Because for today’s post, I have decided to be daring and tackle a personal fear of mine by doing my very first Vlog! Eeek! After being inspired by the talented Zaz at Mama and More, I thought I’d get to grips with something I’ve wanted to try out for ages and say hi to you all
IT’S true. I’m honestly not kidding. This weekend I had an epiphany. A light bulb moment. And it was all down to one feathery lampshade and a harmless weekend trip to B&Q. To give you the background, my husband and I bought a house a year or so ago and it needs lots of work. It’s potential is staggering but there is much to do. We have made progress though.
I WASN’T sure whether to put this post under my secrets or life category. After a little deliberation though, I opted for life in the end. (Because it’s what life is all about isn’t it?! Discovering stuff?) But anyway…I’m going off the point here. As it’s always good to show some appreciation, here’s a quick round up of little discoveries that I’ve loved or enjoyed recently. Or in other words,
WITH Elsie now approaching her 2nd birthday (I still can’t believe how quickly it’s gone!) it’s safe to say I’ve become acquainted with some fabulous childrenswear brands over the past few years. It’s hard to whittle them down, the choice for girls being particularly fantastic, but here are five of my favourites currently. And some top tips on what to buy from each one. ——— Mothercare An obvious one