Last week me and a new mummy friend went to watch Absolutely Fabulous with our babies… sounds horrendous right? Not the film part, the part with going to the cinema with our babies!
Ava is 4 months old and the word ‘weaning’ is slowly creeping on us and is quite frankly scaring the living day light out of me. I know I need to slowly swap giving a bottle however many times a day to a tasty meal but how do I do the weaning bit in the middle?
I had been longing for a day/afternoon/hour to myself for weeks and weeks. Continue reading “Mummys Day Off”
I was not prepared for the ‘fourth’ trimester… Continue reading “Champers For Pampers – My Fourth Trimester”
After giving birth I read and heard a lot about baby blues, post natal depression and anxiety for some mothers. It really is so serious and we are all lucky to have the help from health visitors, family, confiding in other blogs, groups etc. Continue reading “PND in Dads”
So far I’ve learnt that some people really feel the need to give their opinions on everything to do with pregnancy, parenting and baby (funnily enough mostly the ones without having children)… Continue reading “Do They Want It To Be A Failure?”
Pinterest, Google, NHS website, Bounty… Continue reading “My Hospital Bag (Suitcase)”
Don’t get me wrong, being a new mumma really is the best thing ever, I walk into Ava’s room in the morning and see her grinning from ear to ear and I think ‘n’awh you’ve just made my whole day, it’s going to be a good day’. THEN, there are other days and I think ‘oh its going to be one of those days is it’ Continue reading “Please Get Wine”
There were things we said before becoming parents that we now realise were quite naive. I remember once saying “why do parents give babies dummies? Continue reading “No Dummy & A Clean House”
Ginger tea, ginger biscuits, sucking lemons, sipping water, eating small and often, sickness bands, eating something first thing in the morning… Did it work for me? did it heck! Continue reading “Morning Sickness”