Eleanor is 6 months old. Sometimes 6 months seems like such a short space of time. Whereas other times I can’t believe she’s a whole 6 months. Half a year. Changes one day to the next. All I know is that the last 6 months have been wonderful with my little girl. The first few… Continue reading Rambling mess
Before I had Eleanor I had spent a lot of time with my nephews. I was still living at home when my eldest nephew Lewis was born, I saw him often and had confidence with him. A few years later I was there for Simons sister throughout her pregnancy, present for his birth and I… Continue reading No Natural Mummy
Eleanor is now 15 weeks old and each week has just got better and easier thankfully. But as a new mum the start was a nightmare really. Throughout my pregnancy I was a moaner, I was big and round and useless. I could hardly do anything and finally finished work at 35 weeks. At the… Continue reading Postpartum Thoughts
Well again I have been bloody awful in keeping up to date with things. So much as happened I don’t feel I could possibly go back and update you. I’m sorry! But…. as you can see by the title. My little girl arrived. Thursday 16th March 2017. At 9.57am at Queens Medical Centre. Weighing 6lb… Continue reading My Birth Story
I really really really cant apologise enough with how long its been since my last post. I cant believe it was back in September and we’re now January. There have been so many times where Ive been like ‘Hannah come on….write a post….you know you’ll feel better once you have’ Bad Hannah really!! I should… Continue reading Huge apologises
Well I thought it about time I shared my wonderful photo of our little baby pudding! I had my first visit with my midwife on Monday 22nd August and was informed that I would receive a letter through the post with a date for my anticipated 12 weeks scan. She warned that they deliver through… Continue reading Say hello to baby pudding
The sickness. Ugh. Ok, so for the last two months I can pretty much say I have done nothing with my time. But honestly, I really couldn’t. I was signed off work for four weeks with morning sickness and the being sick part just never let up. I started the learn little tricks to rein… Continue reading It just won’t stop.