I’ve been having lessons for a few months now – I think my instructor and I worked out I’ve had 6 lessons in that time though, as we keep having to skip lessons for one reason or another. We’re moving onto manoeuvres now, but to be honest… I hate it. As an anxious person, anything… Read More Learning To Drive | Part 2
Giving birth is rarely a walk in the park. Whether you manage a medication free “natural” birth, get every drug under the sun, plan a c-section or get rushed in as an emergency, labour is hard work, and it hurts. But “they say” that the moment you hold your baby in your arms all that… Read More Birth Trauma Awareness Week
Hi. I’m a Stay At Home Mum. And I’ve got a cold. I don’t just mean I’ve got a bit of a sniffle, or the odd sneeze. I mean full on MUMFLU. X-man has a hint of it too, just enough to have plenty of snot to plaster across his face with the back of… Read More Where’s My Sick Day?
When I started #bottlefeedingstories a while back, the response I got from other bloggers, and other parents, who wanted to get involved was overwhelming. So many people had a story to tell – and I love that people have commented saying how their stories were similar, or how they didn’t realise that many people had… Read More Why I Deleted Your “Breast Is Best” Comment
This week sees Katy, from katykicker, share her #bottlefeedingstories and her experience with breastfeeding a child with Cows Milk Allergy I’m Katy, a 29 year old Mum of one from Essex. My daughter Daisy has just turned one and I blog over at Katykicker (www.katykicker.com). I started bottle feeding when my daughter was around 2 weeks… Read More #bottlefeedingstories with Katy Kicker
Stonehenge. I have wanted to visit the standing stones since I first learned about them as a child – I was always interested in learning about paganism and Arthurian legends and the like, and Stonehenge seems to pop up in reference to these all the time. While we know that the Stones are so much… Read More Our Family Day Out At Stonehenge
As you know, we love a good book! So we were over the moon when local Northampton author, Gary Sheppard, got in touch and asked us to review his latest children’s story – As Nice As Pie.
Following on from Vicki @ Tippytupps’ story last week we have Jo from Pickle & Poppet who moved her children onto formula by 5 months old after initially breastfeeding. I’m Jo, I have two beautiful children, Reuben who is three and Jessica who is now 7 months old and I write over at Pickle &… Read More #bottlefeedingstories with Pickle & Poppet
Ok, bandwagon, consider yourself well and truly jumped on. While I normally try to stay away from the “subject of the day”, I think I have to wade in on this one. WARNING: This post is Tennant gif heavy. Consider yourself told.
This week we have the wonderful Vicki from over at Tippytupps sharing her #bottlefeedingstories She successfully breastfed her children, and he she discusses why she decided to move from breast to bottle. . So a little background before we start the Q&A – I’m mummy to two gorgeous children: Darcie who is now 2 and Henry… Read More #bottlefeedingstories with Tippytupps