There was a period of a few months after I’d given birth where I just didn’t leave the house. I’d given in to anxieties and fears without even realising it which then reached boiling point. Both my mental and physical health suffered, but I sought help. And found solace in walking.
To save my sanity, time and to reduce washing-up while following a baby-led weaning (BLW) approach; I’m trying to make meals that all three of us can eat together.
Since LJ started weaning I didn’t know how to approach or deal with eating out in the wide world with a baby in tow. Spoiler alert; it’s not all that bad.
As I placed the winning bid on a retro tape collection called ‘Storyteller’ from my childhood I felt like I’d won the lottery. Not for me though; for my son.
When your thoughts run away with themselves
Looking after yourself often comes second when you have a little’un.
Since as long as I can remember I’ve loved the thrill of the chase, the hunt for gems in charity shops. Hopping from one to another until a shining beauty is found that I can hold aloft and proclaim that it only cost me 50p. Because I, ladies & gentlemen, love a good bargain.
A labour of love is what it is
Getting prepared and organised for our new arrival using different Bullet Journal systems
Ever wondered what to do if you don’t feel your baby kicking or noticed a reduction in movement?