I‘M currently 25 weeks pregnant and I’ve lost track already of the amount of times I’ve been told by people “everything will be fine.”
In early pregnancy, when we chose to share our news with immediate family, I was told by one person “everything will be fine!”
*Warning – for context, this post features some swearing so if you’re easily offended then you might want to turn away now.
OK, before I begin, I should probably warn you all (yep, another warning) that I’m pretty angry.
Which means I’m ready to rant and put the world to rights. If you’re not a blogger, you may not give a tuppence about this post although I’m hoping you’ll hang around anyway for a nosey. But if you are a blogger, I would love to hear your thoughts on this.
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.
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.
IN eight days, Elsie will turn four.
Another year older, another age reached, another little milestone passed.
Last week we had her first school induction, the week before that I bought some of bits and pieces of her school uniform and on Friday she will visit nursery for the very last time and we will say goodbye to the staff who have done such a wonderful job of looking after her.
TO be fair most people would argue my life has been pretty odd since the day I was born. (*winks*)
But you know what I’m talking about right?
That sense that everything in your world just isn’t going to plan. When things feel like they’re falling apart and no matter how hard you try, everything just doesn’t want to work out. Like it should or like it normally does.
Hello! I'm Kate - an award winning family & lifestyle blogger, freelance writer & mum.
1st book & 2nd baby both due in 2017. (Yep, I'm a little excited.)
Here I share my tales of how I try to strut my way - but often find myself hobbling (don't we all?!) - through life & parenting.
I do hope you'll enjoy what you read. Thanks so much for popping by. x
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