I couldn’t even imagine how it feels – now I know exactly how. We spent the afternoon making plans to tell his work, letting ourselves believe it was real. I got home, went to the toilet and saw blood, not a small amount but not a large amount either but I knew. I… Continue reading My miscarriage.
Dear first time mummy me, First things first, step away from those baby shoes. Have you done it? Good. They’re useless. Seriously cute but oh so seriously useless. Save the money for coffee and cake… trust me you’ll need it. Now we’ve covered that let’s get to it… One of the first real big decisions… Continue reading Dear first time mummy me.
Renting a property has a few positives, well one really.. that if something breaks down you don’t have to pay to fix it. The other side of it is that you have to wait for them to decide its something they want to fix, and then there’s the hunt for the cheapest place possible to… Continue reading Dream home improvements – Better looking front doors and bifold back doors.
The snow has nearly all melted and we’ve been left with lots and lots of muddy puddles. The perfect excuse to get our wellies on and splash around.
I’ve never really expected much for mother’s day, Pops is only 3 and it’s always so close to my birthday that I don’t feel I ever really need a gift. Here are some gift ideas mums actually want this mothers day; SLEEP – Nobody can prepare you for the lack of sleep you will get… Continue reading 5 Mother’s Day gifts that mums actually want.
We survived half term! Making sure we had something to do each day definitely made it easier. We’re lucky enough to live next to an amazing library, one that makes such an effort for kids. During half term they had a special event on which we attended. Super shapes – such a clever… Continue reading Living Arrows 2018 – 9/53
Since Pops has started school I’ve noticed how keen on learning she’s become, being at a welsh school I’m worried how we will deal with home work when she starts getting it. I’m also really keen on making sure learning doesn’t stop when she leaves school. I want to set up a small area where… Continue reading Creating a learning environment.
What the Ladybird Heard is a book by Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks. We’ve had this book for a while now and it’s one I love to read. Bright and colourful images with a fun rhyming flow. I’m so glad it’s now been adapted for stage. This 55 minute show is perfect for kids of… Continue reading What the Ladybird Heard.
There’s so many beautiful places in this world and under water has to be one of the most stunning. Someone once said “we know more about the surface of the moon than we do of the ocean floors” so with that in mind here are 5 amazing places to scuba dive: Egypt. About 5 years… Continue reading 5 amazing places to scuba dive.
This weeks picture was taken on one of the few sunny days we’ve had recently, It was still freezing though! I’m trying to teach Pops that she shouldn’t be afraid of the geese by the castle, they don’t help when they come over all aggressive though. Until the next post, Are and Pops.