The pink line: A week after ovulation I was fairly sure I was pregnant, my boobs felt bigger and tender, my nipples felt weird. I waited a few days and took an early pregnancy test two days before my period was due. It was my first wee (so the hormones are more concentrated) on the … Continue reading My pregnancy overshare part two: first trimester
I just read a heartbreaking story of a woman who lost her son to sepsis. Due to a series of errors (not on her part) by the time he arrived at hospital she was told that he was as ill as a child could be without being dead. 12 hours after arriving at his GP … Continue reading Sepsis is terrifying
Just to confirm - these aren't our feet. we don't photograph our feet in bed. But I didn't have any sex worthy photos on my phone so this is from the online library on WordPress. Do read my blog though, it is VERY SEXY (full of info on conceiving etc)
Happy babywearing week! Emily and I are huge babywearing fans so here is an article about our best memories, preferences and advice. Fourth Trimester Emily was fully signed up to the 'fourth trimester' concept when she was born. For those of you that aren't it is basically a transition from womb to world. Making everything … Continue reading I ❤️ Babywearing
You know that old saying... I was the perfect parent until I had a child. This is one of those posts. I know I am technically a parent now but this little girl isn't quite old enough for me to be an expert on raising a strong little woman. However I might as well write … Continue reading Raising a strong little feminist 💪🏻
My thoughts and experiences on what to save, splurge or not bother buying. Click that image!!
I am trying to avoid all the standard recommendations (sleepyheads, swaddling, white noise machine etc) as Emily saw right through all of them. Instead here is my list, it is quite specific to me and Emily and probably not that practical but I think they're all good tips! Snuzpod v Snackpod Emily was NOT sold … Continue reading Alternative Mum survival tips