Very, very, very belated blogging here. I toyed with the idea of forgetting the whole diary section of my blog and waiting till I'm having a bad day and just going waaaaahhhhh fuck my life / oh and here is a charity shop buy. But then I remembered I had some cute Eureka photos I … Continue reading 14th June: Woah! We’re going to Eureka. Woah! Get to West Yorkshire 🎼
We have had a few shoots with Austhorpe Photography from a pregnancy shoot to a Halloween shoot and a Mummy and Me shoot (which is my header on the home page). Emily has generally LOVED being the centre of attention and smiled like a little angel. So Claire at Austhorpe Photography in Garforth asked if … Continue reading My oh my this baby is beautiful. Thanks Austhorpe Photography
Cars are bastards. You look after them and love them and use them as cribs to gently lull your precious one to sleep and then the bastards get to 100k miles and demand a new cambelt. Bastards. They don't care that you're on the last portion of maternity leave with ZERO income and your husband … Continue reading 21st May: Armouring myself for a food tour of Leeds
Do you enjoy how Europeans say Eee-kay-ah? I do. "the wonderful everyday" I know it's British to say Marmite is the ultimate love it or hate it thing but I'm fairly moderate in my like of the spread. IKEA on the other hand is a true divider of people. We furnished our first home pretty … Continue reading 17th May: IKEA YA YA YA
How the flippity do is it May tomorrow?? (can you see that I am reducing my swearing to make up for the other day) Today we went to Leeds and I didn't get lost. You will know this if you follow me on any social media as I haven't stopped banging on about it. I … Continue reading 30th April: Hipster donuts and Highland cattle
I think I got a year's worth of good luck today and I'm showing off about it. Click the photo for more excitement and photographic evidence.
Today we woke up feeling surprisingly good, my husband came over last night and was very helpful. Insisted I sit down and have a cup of tea while he washed up (amongst other things), this meant I woke up to a fairly tidy house for once. Even Frank was happy again. So anyway the sun … Continue reading 6th April: The babies rule the roost
I woke up determined not to wallow in self pity in what could potentially be a thoroughly shitty day.