My blog began as a private pregnancy diary to keep my friends and family updated. I intended to stop once Ollie was born but I carried on and went on to have two more pregnancies that both ended in miscarriage so I openly write about them and support #misCOURAGE speaking up about miscarriage, it’s not […]
Remember our wedding? It had a unique theme, the TV programme How I Met Your Mother (HIMYM).
There were loads of references in the wedding and loads of reasons that was our theme. When me and Dave first met, HIMYM was on around series 5 and we hadn’t met the mother yet. I used to say I was the mother because I love the character Ted Mosby. Read more →
When we got married in April I did a speech and the theme of the speech was ‘My Greatest Hits’. I’m a retro girl so I had vinyl props. It was basically a thank you speech to my closest friends and family and how they’ve formed the soundtrack to my life. Read more →
I have written a few draft blogs lately and decided not to publish because most of them start with, “I don’t fit in with other moms.” My attitude to motherhood seems to be out there in a minority.
I’m going to be brave and write about something that I don’t agree with as it as been back to school week and I’ve seen this catchphrase a lot lately, “My babies are growing up too fast!” Sob! Read more →
I haven’t written much for the past few months, simply because me and Dave both have new full time jobs so I just don’t really have time to sit and write for ages! We work opposite hours and look after Ollie between us and my mom usually has Ollie at least one day per week and my sister has helped out during the school holidays too.
I seriously think that when studying for a medical degree, there should be a compulsory module called, ‘Momma Knows Best’. It is basically to teach all trainee doctors that if a mother tells you that there is something wrong with their kid, you pay attention and find out what it is! The whole module would include case studies where doctors were wrong and momma’s were right. Read more →