This weekend is the last of my maternity leave. It has gone so quickly and in the blink of an eye my gigantic 9lb 4oz tiny baby girl is now 8 months old and it’s time to return to work.
‘The Mummy Tag’ is doing the rounds and I’ve enjoyed reading others answers so when I was tagged by Becky at Sparkly Mummy and Davina at Motherhood IRL I thought I’d join in!
Are you a stay at h
Name tags have come a long way since I was at school. Last year when my nephew started reception, we got him some name tapes from ‘My Nametags’ and he absolutely loved them.
When I was pregnant, I was adamant that my child would not have a dummy. Pacifier, dodie, dumdum, dummy… I really disliked them! I thought that they were used as a lazy way of keeping babies quiet.
I’m glad I took a babymoon before the arrival of my daughter. I chose to go at the end of my second trimester for a long weekend.
Ah, a bath. What a relaxing part of a great night time routine. As a small baby, my daughter loved having a bath.
Over the past 6 months, my little sproggy’s range of play has expanded from lying flat on her back staring at a dangly turtle whose best friend is a singing starfish (thanks baby einstein playmat!) to actually having
I didn’t join an NCT group. I thought about it and even briefly looked into it.
Having a wander around markets is one of my favourite weekend morning activities. Not only is it a good excuse for a leisurely stroll, but it’s also a great way to support local businesses.
Katy from Hot Pink Wellingtons surprised me with a tweet the other week. It was about Liebster awards.