Post-Pregnancy Body Changes No One Tells You About.
*THIS IS A COLLABORATIVE GUEST POST* Most of us are so preoccupied with our pregnancy that we do not give a second thought about the journey our body is about to take post birth. Popping back to our pre-pregnancy shape is not as easy as you might think and it is not realistic to think that
This week I took part in my first gym session after two years of not setting foot in one since T was born. I was never a massive gym buff previously, but after failing to conceive T for a number of consecutive months I felt it was my responsibility to think outside the box and
*This is a collaborative post. I’ve blogged about our journey of conceiving T many times on the blog – often writing about how bloody hard it is, not to mention time consuming. But one thing we’ve never really written about is what would have happened if our choice of conception didn’t work out and we
“I didn’t know it/they could do that!” is a phrase we hear quite often in our house. I’m also forever hearing alternative ways to use breastmilk; whether it’s in the freezer for ice lollies, or in the bath for soft skin. It really is magic stuff. Here’s a few of the things I didn’t know
I probably haven’t seen the inside of a gym since I fell pregnant and, in all honesty, I do miss it (I really do) as it gave me time between work and home to wind down. It also gave me a clean and energised feeling despite getting sweaty. I really enjoyed it. Since having T
Several blogging award ceremonies are now upon us. Every year, we nominate and then vote for our favourite bloggers – sometimes spending hours on one category because the category has three of your favourite blogs in it. But where would we be without the little parenting lifesavers that have got us through the day so