IT’S been a while but I haven’t forgotten about you all I promise. Life is wonderful, hectic and at times pretty chaotic at the moment but we’re all settling into our family life happily and loving having little Leo around. Little Leo who is now not so little (although will always be my ‘dink’) and is six weeks old already. Six weeks old! I tell you time is flying by
ONE of the loveliest things about having a newborn, I think, is the fact you get to pop them in the cutest sleepsuits or outfits, often many times a day! (I think my record is four outfit changes in a day up to now!) So when the Disney Store got in touch and asked if they could send me an outfit from their new baby range, well I couldn’t resist.
HE kept me waiting four days past due date, but finally after forty weeks and a few extra days, our beautiful boy is here! Naturally we are all so, so besotted with him and I know I’m totally biased, but he really couldn’t be more perfect. Leo Jamie arrived into the world, with his tiny hand pressed against his petite face, at 9.15pm on Saturday 28th January, weighing a surprisingly
I WAS sat here this morning thinking I ‘should’ probably write a couple of blog posts. Perhaps do a review before sharing some thoughts with you all this morning. So after dropping Elsie off at school, I made myself a cup of tea, ate two slices of buttered fruit toast and tried to gear myself up for it. And do you know what, I just couldn’t do it. In fact,
BOY, am I ready to meet our boy! I’ve hit the 39 weeks mark today and so with just a week to go until due date, it’s safe to say I’m getting a little impatient now when it comes to meeting him. I really thought he would surprise me by coming early but now I’m beginning to think he’s far too snug and comfy in my humungous bump. Here’s how
APOLOGIES to all those who couldn’t give two figs about pregnancy stuff and the like for yet another maternity post. But as my pregnancy days continue to run down faster than the speed of light – it’s bonkers to think labour could start at any moment! – there’s just so much I want to share and get down on here, before well, the time runs out. So if it’s not
ONE of the biggest shocks I ever had after giving birth to my daughter Elsie was the day I realised my hair was falling out. I can’t remember exactly how long it was after Elsie’s arrival when this first happened but I seem to recall it being a good few months into new motherhood and that it lasted for quite a while too. There are many things people don’t tell
I DIDN’T think it would be possible to fall in love with a pram. But such is motherhood. Always full of surprises! At 36 weeks pregnant, I am now weeks or perhaps even days away from welcoming our much wanted baby boy into the world, so am all kinds of busy sorting out final preparations for his arrival. And thankfully, one major job is already ticked off the list, as