When Harper was small I became so fixated on preventing harm to her. I became convinced that something bad was going to happen. I think the early scare we had (at 3 weeks old she became unresponsive, you can read more about this here) definitely didn’t help but I became totally irrational. I remember at … Continue reading My experience with post-natal anxiety
Balancing Babies, Books and Beads - What It Means To Be A work at home mum - A guest post from Laura Smith of the fabulous Hex Nex Jewellery. If you don't know what a WAHM is, don't worry. It's an acronym that's only recently entered my vocabulary too. So as it turns out I was one … Continue reading Balancing Babies, Books and Beads – What It Means To Be A work at home mum
Below are 14 days worth of kind acts to inspire you to "get your happy on" for March. The idea is, each day there is a new 'theme' for you to engage with. You can participate in all 14, or you can dip in and out. Feel free to interpret them as you like, and … Continue reading #kindactsofinstagram
The world can be a pretty sucky place at times, more than sucky - but I don't want to turn this post into something too deep. Out of awful and tragic situations often comes light. These small acts of kindness, these mundane heroes, who arise from the darkness and make a massive impact, sometimes in … Continue reading An Introduction to 14 days of kindness
Beautiful Birth - A guest blog by Beccy Angove. There are lots of things I love passionately. My children, obv! My lovely partner in crime and my mum, double obv! Then there’s the prosecco, cheese, bread and chocolate which is possibly the reason why I still look 7 months pregnant! But there are two not … Continue reading Beautiful Birth
When my daughter was four weeks old, I was faced with something that no parent should ever have to experience. One night after a lovely evening, my four week old baby went limp and lifeless in my arms. She had stopped breathing. The minutes that followed were the longest of my life. I was guided … Continue reading The importance of infant first aid awareness
Hi Lovely Readers! In January I was so excited to find out I had been shortlisted for THREE awards in the Cotswold Blogger Awards; Inspirational, Feel Good, and Social Influence. Two of these categories are open to public vote. If you have followed my blog for a while you may know that I work part … Continue reading Cotswold Blogger Awards: Vote For Me Online!