Looking Forward | 2020

I have never been one for making New Year resolutions. Although, I love a list and the feeling of being organised – not just for around the house but also in life too, so I do often make goals throughout the year. There is something about a New Year that very much feels like a […]

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How We Do Christmas (Santa)

Here’s something that I haven’t given much thought about until this year – how differently we all do Christmas, as parents. Joshua is five years old and I think this is his first proper Christmas believing in Santa and understanding the magic of it all a bit further, so naturally we have had to come […]

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Being Thankful

I recently had a 5 day admission in hospital, which may not have felt long to any one else but to me it felt like forever. (If you’re not aware, I was recently admitted to hospital with some concerns over how our bubba was doing; which you can read about here) I just needed to […]

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I’m Not ‘Just’ a Parent!

When I got a full-time job back in June 2018, I got a lot of comments along the lines of: “That’s nice, it’ll keep you busy won’t it?” While it was meant as a boost and nothing less than positive, it wasn’t. It was said with blissful ignorance and demeaned everything I had been working […]

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32 Week Pregnancy Update

Well, I am writing this from my hospital bed. As soon as I heard that I may be staying longer, Jamie brought me up my laptop so that I can actually make some use of my time here and get some uninterrupted work done (horray!) As some of you will be aware, I have been […]

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8 Things I Love About Autumn

Seeing as Autumn is my favourite season, I thought that I would share my favourite things about Autumn. From September on wards, the last part of the year is jam-packed, and it feels like we have something on every week, which we love. Smells. One of the first signs of Autumn for me is when […]

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My Birth Story: Joshua’s Birth, 2014

It has been just over 5 years since Joshua was born but I don’t think that I have ever wrote my birth story or gone into too much detail. Most of you will know that I live with PTSD, depression, anxiety and memory loss – most of which is linked to the birth of our […]

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