I had my birthday the other day, and it passed by like any other day. I actually kept forgetting it was my birthday, ha! I’ve come to realise that as you get older, and your priorities shift (e.g. becoming a parent) your birthday just isn’t as exciting as it used to be. Not… Continue reading I turned 23.
When you become a parent, one of the most common sentences you’ll hear from veteran parents is, “enjoy it whilst they’re young, they grow up so fast!” At first you just nod and agree politely, and just think they’re trying to put their two pence worth in. And then the next thing you know, your baby… Continue reading “They grow up so fast!”
Okay, I wrote this post weeks ago. And for some reason or other I never got around to posting it?? (I think it was something to do with needing the computer for the photos?) But, better late than never right? (I keep telling you I’m not very organised!) I would just like to say a… Continue reading Extremely belated Birthday thank yous!
Before we lived in our lovely place we now call home, we used to live in a 2 bedroom ground floor flat. It felt amazing to call somewhere other than my parents house “home”, the rooms were (very) spacious and it was in a great part of town. It’s downfall was the lack… Continue reading One year in our home.
Today is World Book Day! A day I used to love, because what child doesn’t love the opportunity to dress up for school, and as their favourite literature character?! (I wonder how many Harry Potters there have been over the years?) I remember it always being a struggle to find an outfit though,… Continue reading World Book Day
Here we are, another great day done and dusted. How many of us made or bought pancakes today? Were they disgustingly bad for you and drizzled in maple syrup? Or were you good and put fresh fruit on top? Who cares?! Eat them how you want! I for one love them loaded up with sugar… Continue reading Pancake Day!
Whether you’re a stay-at-home parent, or a full-time working family, I’m here to give you a pat on the back and say “good job!” I’ve always been one for work and earning my wage, but after having William, I realised that actually I wouldn’t forgive myself if I wasn’t involved in his first year of… Continue reading Have you told your other half that you appreciate them?