The 1st Scan
How terrified were you in the run up to your first scan? Me…well what with all the heartbreaks K and I had endured with BFNs over the last 18 months, I was feeling pretty sick with fear that there wasn’t a baby there and that this was K’s body play a sick and cruel joke
Me: Excuse me; where’s your maternity section? Sales Clerk: We don’t have a maternity section. In one shop, one sales lady even looked at me like I had 2 heads when I asked the question. She then proceeded to advise me that they have maternity Bra’s, but that’s it. Not really sure how she translated
I arrived at the local children’s centre waaaaaay too early (as usual). We only live about 10 minutes walking distance from the place, but for some reason I left at least 30 minutes prior to wanting to be 10 minutes early incase they were running early – so I was at least 45 minutes early.
Apart from a disappointing first cycle back after meds, S and I also went on holiday to Dorset for a week. As huge lovers of the South West; our favourite part being Cornwall, we’d never been to Dorset so we thought why not – especially as I’ve been dying to visit Monkey World. As soon as
On Sunday 3rd November, S and I; as well as our good friend, went to The Fertility Show in London’s Olympia. We decided to go as we wanted to take the opportunity to get some tips relating to fertility as well as seeing if professionals could give us some advice in regards to TTC. I’m
***If you would like to read about our visit, you can find this here*** Here are a few of our favourite stalls (out of the many!!) from The Baby Show:- Cot to Tot – Probably one of my absolute faves from the day – these guys create really gorgeous versatile slings for babies to toddlers