At Home With a Newborn – Surviving the First Few Weeks

I can't quite believe I'm writing this, but my baby boy is now THREE MONTHS OLD!! How the eff did that happen? I feel like I gave birth to him yesterday, and yet somehow I no longer have a newborn. I now have a bonafide little child, all full of smiles and giggles and the … Continue reading At Home With a Newborn – Surviving the First Few Weeks

Labour & Delivery Tips Part 2 – The Advice I Wish I’d Had

So after easing you in with Bailey's Birth Story and my birth plan post, it's time we started getting down to the nitty gritty! Everything I've talked about up until this point has been kind of rose tinted and frankly far too pristine so far, and that just isn't the reality of giving birth. It's … Continue reading Labour & Delivery Tips Part 2 – The Advice I Wish I’d Had

Life Lessons: What I Learned From Living Abroad

It's a little known fact about me that I spent a year living in France in my twenties. It's not something I bring up about myself all that often, because inevitably mentioning it brings along the question, "Oh really? What did you do there?" And then I get all awkward, because I know I'm going … Continue reading Life Lessons: What I Learned From Living Abroad

What I Learned From Being Stranded Abroad

Ha, you thought you'd finally heard the last of the ill-fated Barcelona trip, didn't you? Sorry, but there's one more to go unfortunately. Then I promise that's it. Though I am booking another holiday this week, soooooo..... Anyway, getting stranded in another country is a stressful experience. People will laugh and make jokes like, 'The … Continue reading What I Learned From Being Stranded Abroad