April is Caesarean Section awareness month – and aims to raise awareness of and educate people about C-sections. The origins of the procedure are hazy, it is rumored that it is so named because the famous Julius Caesar was cut from his mothers womb. The fact that she lived well into his adulthood probably falsifies […]
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So Jacob is now six months old. Where has the time gone?!?! I can honestly say that I have honestly never been so tired in my life and sometimes don’t know how I’ve made it through the day on such little sleep. We were very much lulled into a false sense of security with how […]
I can’t believe Pearl is EIGHT months old now – it’s crazy, where did the time go? So, today it’s time to write her six and seven month updates. Her first year is going by in the blink of an eye and she is growing and changing every day which is so lovely to watch. […]
This page might have affiliated links. Check out my policies, here. I was certain that I would be that first-time-mom that bought everything in sight, but as I continue on into my 2nd trimester, there seems to be a plethora of popular items I do not want my baby to have. Did you have these […]
As a parent, every day is different. Freddie is only 6.5 months so our routine isn’t the best, it’s always changing especially during developmental leaps. This is an example of a routine on an average day: 6/7am: Freddie will wake up, he always wakes up happy so I leave him to play in his cot […]
The sea has been part of my life in a huge way, I’ve been lucky enough to live close to the beach for as long as I can remember. I’ve played in it, swum in it, dived in it, sailed on it and sometimes just sat and watched the rhythmic crashing of the waves. I […]
On Facebook I’m a part of some Mum forums and I read the funniest story about moments of times when they let their children down and made mistakes as parents. It was so funny that I thought I ought to write my own version of memorable moments for my girls. I always had quite a […]
One “Psycho”, Two “Triples”, “Three Identical Strangers”, Four “Screams” and a whole lot of “Us” complete March viewing.
The Mummy Lessons: The laugh-out-loud novel for all exhausted parents and parents-to-be by Helen Wallen My rating: 4 of 5 stars After a tough pregnancy, Emily is determined to tackle motherhood like a pro. But she quickly learns that Insta-Perfect-Parenting (and sleep) is hard to come by, no matter how much money you spend in […]
I’m on Spring Break from work right now, and I’m trying to enjoy it. But Monkey has been extra fussy, I think from the potty training. I mean, tantrums when I ask her to try going potty. And for the most part, she goes when she needs to. But if I know we’re about to […]
I wanted to write this post to reflect on the best, most amazing, but challenging year of our lives as parents. Our little love is now one and I feel incredibly proud and somewhat sad that the ‘baby’ phase is well and truly over. I now have a very energetic little girl who is crawling […]
3 weeks ago I set some goals to keep me motivated during my time off. Let’s see how I’m getting on… Gujarati: 5 words and 1 phrase a day and 1 chapter from my book a week – 32% Not a good start, need to make more effort with this! Swrl: 1 prod release every […]