Leo is half a year old. Already. It's gone so quickly! I know every mum says that, but really, the last six months have rocketed…Continue reading...
I thought it may be useful to start a regular update on here just to let you all know how Leo and I are getting on. I considered monthly updates but thought that they may be a little too regular (and god forbid, boring perhaps?!) so have settled on a quarterly update instead. Do-able for me to create and hopefully something you can either keep up to date with or
I don’t think there’s anything I love to do more at this time in my life, than watch my baby sleep. There’s just something so beautiful, peaceful and innocent about a sleeping baby, tucked up safely and securely, snoozing away without a care in the world. I love watching Leo’s little facial expressions, tiny pouts and sleepy ‘Elvis’ smiles when he’s in REM sleep or seeing his little chest rise and
I’m totally thrilled to announce that both little Leo and I are working with the UK’s no.1 swim nappy, Huggies Little Swimmers, for the next few months. Huggies Little Swimmers are encouraging parents across the country to get involved and jump into some water fun this summer, so Leo and I will be sharing our ‘watery’ adventures and doing our very best to inspire you to take part in a
“Mummy, why is your tummy still really massive even though you’ve had the baby?” I knew my body wouldn’t be the same after giving birth. As a second time mum I was better prepared to deal with the physical changes that come with the mammoth effort of carrying a mini human and bringing him or her into the world. I was also prepared for the fact that it can take a
IF the thought of a big hot bowl of steaming pasta is your idea of heaven (like mine) then this is a giveaway you cannot miss! Your chance to get your hands on a box of Italian food goodies from Italian holiday accommodation specialists Bookings For You (AKA one of my favourite clients). Bookings For You really are experts when it comes to all things Italia and I should know as
I can still vividly remember counting all the Easter eggs I received as a child on Easter Sunday. Counting them, smacking my eager lips in mouth watering anticipation and admiring all their shiny, chocolate-y prettiness. It was like utter heaven to me and I would always, always leave the best to enjoy last. Anyone else do that or just me?! I love Easter. Probably because of all those delicious eggs