Having had two children 16 months apart, I feel like I’ve been pregnant for most of the past two years! I’ve survived on the ultimate capsule wardrobe, re-using most of the clothes I bought first time round last year with Emma. But, it has, inevitably taken it’s toll on my…

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I am a big fan of babywearing, and I think in some early posts following Miss E’s arrival I wrote how the Moby wrap would become my best friend as Miss E was a baby that didn’t like to be put down. Little did I know that my beloved Moby…

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I wrote in a post earlier this week about how times have changed and how my birth was told via handwritten and posted letter, yet on the birth of their first great-grandchild my grandparents can see them via Facetime. I remember as a child having phone conversations with my Grandparents;…

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I love reading blogs and one of the things I have seen crop up a few times on parent bloggers pages are letters to their children. These are often written annually, but also at important milestones such as first steps etc. The letters are always lovely and touching and record…

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Following this weeks #silentsunday post, I was asked if I would like to link up to ‘expressions’, hosted by Helen at Actually Mummy. So… here is my first ‘expressions’ post… This is a ‘selfie’ of Emma and I that I took on Wednesday this week. Daniel had headed to bed…

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