With everything that's going on in the country at the moment, I can imagine I'm not the only one who is planning to stay in on Mother's Day. With this in my mind, I've been racking my brains with ideas on what to do and I've come up with a few ideas that I thought … Continue reading Things To Do if You’re Staying In This Mother’s Day.
1. Haircuts and Undercuts If you follow me on social media, then you'll know at the beginning of the month I got most of hair cut off and I got an undercut. I won't lie, I bloody love it. My hair has basically the same style for the last few years, just a different length … Continue reading 3 Things I’m Thankful For This February
Before I became a mum, meal planning and food budgeting were things that never really registered with me, and then I had Frey and I quickly realised how naive I had been. I can't believe how relaxed I used to be about our food shops and what we were going to have for dinner. There … Continue reading Meal Planning and Budgeting
It's official, I'm back in work. It weird, but in a good way, it's nice to have time where I get to interact with other adults and the conversations don't revolve around Mr. Tumble or how many times Sigi has spat up on herself during the day. That being said, I'm feeling the mum guilt … Continue reading So, I’ve Gone Back to Work
1. Sigi can sit up on her own Unlike her brother Sigi is not interested in crawling. She doesn't like being on her tummy and tends to roll straight back onto her back, I was getting a tiny bit worried about her mobility and progression but she's now sitting up on her own. Frey couldn't … Continue reading 3 Things I’m Grateful for in January
January, the first month of the year and to many (myself included) the most depressing. With Christmas and the holidays over and with no plans for the next month or so, I often find it hard to keep smiling and motivated. But I have found certain things do lift my spirits and keep me moving … Continue reading 5 Things I’m Doing to Beat the January Blues
It's December 31st 2019, we're officially at the end of a decade, and what a decade it's been. At the start of this decade I was a university student living up in Aberdeen and I'm now a married mum of two living just inside the Welsh border. It's really hard to believe in this decade … Continue reading Goodbye The 2010’s
Christmas traditions, everyone has them, when I was a kid put our Christmas tree up on Christmas Eve and always read Twas the night before Christmas. As I got older I added watching the Nightmare Before Christmas on Christmas Eve to my Christmas traditions. Now I'm a parent I've started thinking about all the Christmas … Continue reading Christmas Traditions.
Sigi is almost 6 months old (how has that happened?!), Which means I'm also nearly six months postpartum so I thought I would do a bit of an update about how I'm doing. Physically, my C-section scar has healed very nicely. I do get the occasional twinges, especially if I've had to walk a long … Continue reading My (Almost) 6 Months Post C-Section Update.
As I've done a gift guide for geeky dads, I thought I would do one for geeky mums too. So without further ado: 1. Doctor Who Cardigan from EMP £32.99 Us mums love a good a good cardigan, and one that doubles as a blanket is always a win in my book. With the added … Continue reading Gift Guide For Geeky Mums.