The very beginning of our adventures! I can not believe I’m sat here writing this post about your first year baby boy!Wind the clock back 12 months and I was heavily pregnant during the hottest summer ever! And we were all preparing for your arrival, your big brother was starting his own adventure at his […]Read More Your first year!
Lows (thought it was better to start with these and ‘end on a high’ as they say) 1) Tiredness. Might seem like an obvious one or at least to all those parents out there, but it’s a biggie for me and tiredness levels in a word are unreal! Its tiredness like you’ve never known it […]Read More The Reality of Parenting (My top 5 highs and lows)
Our book review of ‘Riley Rainbow and the Colour Catastrophe’ Written by Irish author Elayne Heaney, ‘Riley Rainbow’ explores the world of colour, weather and feelings. The story first takes us on a journey with Riley and explains how rainbows are formed in fun, simple terms that a child can easily understand. Riley is a […]Read More Riley Rainbow and the Colour Catastrophe (Book review)
In this latest blog review I thought I would give you a ‘whistle stop tour’ of our trip to Peppa World this Easter break. We visited as a family of four, with our 7 month old and 4 year old. The park itself is called Paulton’s park and Peppa Pig World is housed inside. These […]Read More Paulton Park, home of Peppa Pig World! Review
‘Sibling’ it’s a special word for most of us and although it may not be a new one for Mommy and Daddy, as we each have sisters who we have grown up with, it is certainly a new word and role that has been taken on by our eldest. What does it mean to be […]Read More Siblings
The answer to this is A LOT! Too many things to mention but these are the things that are most important to me….. Firstly and most obviously it has taught me to love unconditionally, I felt love for both my boys before they were even born, but that didn’t stop me worrying whether I’d love […]Read More What Motherhood has taught me…
To my baby boy, (A title you will always and forever hold in my heart -my baby boy.) Each time your bedtime story closes, at the end of everyday, on the day’s that have been long and hard or on those days that seem to be over more quickly than they began, I look at […]Read More A letter to my first born…