Gro Hush Baby Calmer – Review

Gro Hush Baby Calmer – Review

I’ll be honest. I’m not a lover of fads. I’m a traditional girl and tend to use things and techniques that worked for my mum many moons ago. Sure, there are items nowadays that probably would have been useful back in my mum’s day, as well as items that have been developed to make things

The First Week

This post, as expected, is incredibly late and I apologise. I also apologise for the fact that these posts may not always flow right – I’m currently writing a lot of posts on my phone using the WordPress app whilst T is feeding/sleeping on me. It’s not great (the app, not the feeding), but it’s

Living With a Nightmare – An Open Letter to my Wife. 

Sharon, Over the past two weeks I have been living with a nightmare. It’s not you, it’s not T, it’s me. I’ve been a royal pain in the backside – not just for you, but for me. I’ve been stressing myself out over the smallest of things; such as getting the washing done and making

Parenting As Beginners (Two Week Update)

It’s been two weeks since T arrived into the world, and what a two weeks it’s been. I’m currently in the middle of writing several other posts including my birth story as I want to document it properly, but I thought I’d get back into the swing of things with an update as to where

Liebster… German For “Favourite”.

So when the gorgeous Andy from The Gayby Project, nominated us for a Liebster Award, I was completely shocked. Not only were we nominated for something that I thought only professional (if that’s the right word) bloggers competed for, but we were nominated at a time where we are doing very little work – especially