I get asked this from time to time, and I often struggle to put my reasonings into words. I love to write. I also love to talk but that’s another story. When I gave birth to Harper I had no idea what the next 12 months would entail. Motherhood hit me like a ton of … Continue reading Why do I blog?
My Baby Led Life; What I’ve Learnt So Far. A guest post by Jess Watson. 1. The Baby is always right. This needs no explanation. 2. Breastfeeding is hard even when it's problem free. We were really lucky in that both Anya and I took to breastfeeding pretty well. She latched within minutes of being … Continue reading My Baby Led Life; What I’ve Learnt So Far
Hello and thank you for hopping over from Mummies Waiting and welcome to the 6th day of #12DaysOfParenting. Today's sponsor is Science4You who are offering a Sweet Factory and the theme is Family Traditions Sorted. My keyword to enter today’s giveaway is in this post below, good luck! Full details of the #12DaysOfParenting terms and … Continue reading On the Sixth Day of Parenting – Our Family Traditions
Hello and thank you for hopping over from Mummies Waiting and welcome to the 5th day of #12DaysOfParenting. Today's sponsor is CozyPhones who are offering a pair of CozyPhones headphones! My keyword to enter today’s giveaway is in this post below, good luck! Full details of the #12DaysOfParenting terms and conditions can be found on the … Continue reading On the Fifth Day of Parenting – Unique Ways to Spread the magic: The Christmas Doorstep Challenge and other giving traditions
Hello and thank you for hopping over from Me and B Make Tea, and welcome to the 3rd day of #12DaysOfParenting. Today's sponsor is It’s a sling thing who are offering a Ergobaby Original Carrier!! My sling was literally my godsend for the first 9 months of Harper's life, and I still use it regularly now. … Continue reading On the third day of parenting: Activities to keep a toddler occupied this festive season
I, along with 1 in 10 other women, suffer from endometriosis. Endometriosis is a gynaecological condition whereby the lining of the womb grows outside the womb. The blood build up causes scar tissue, inflammation, and sometimes cysts. This causes me great pain, bowel issues, and can cause infertility as the tissue can block Fallopian tubes … Continue reading Living with Endometriosis
Last Christmas when struggling with what to buy an almost 3 month old, a friend told me of the way they select presents for their children; something you want, something you need, something to wear, and something to read. I love this mantra, and it is what we are sticking to this year for Harper. … Continue reading Christmas Gift Ideas for Babies and Toddlers