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The Highs and Lows of Nursery

Even before T started nursery we knew he’d pick up a few things that would be out of our control. Things like colds, stomach bugs, and nits were expected; although I’m pleased the latter has yet to hit us. Hand Foot and Mouth and Chicken Pox, however, that was our six-eight month treat! But what’s really

Looking For Our Nursery. 

As mentioned in our last nursery post, T has to go into nursery. We can’t afford a nanny, nor is there an opportunity to have family look after T. This is our only option at the moment. It’s sad, but I’m slowly accepting it. ********* Where we live there are TONS of nurseries within a

Nursery

There’s no easy way to start talking about this, nor is there a snazzy or funny title suitable, so I guess I’ll just start. We’re getting ready to put T into nursery. There. I said it. As a mini foreword, I know I’ve been incredibly lucky to have this amount of time off as maternity

Organising a Nursery with OCD

Last weekend, S built the nursery furniture for Beansprout whilst I got on with washing all the clothes ready to be put away. It was a mountain of a task, but we did it! Apart from the Cot, it’s practically done! The washing and the building was actually the least of my worries as I

Life in Lockdown, Silver Linings and Feeling Grateful

It’s been around two months since lockdown was announced in the UK following the Corona Virus (COVID-19) outbreak, and I’ve probably written and re-written this post half a dozen times. How can one possibly start to unbox and talk about being in a global pandemic when you often don’t know what day it is and

Milestones: Fifth Year Update!

This post is probably going to be a bit different to our usual yearly update as I’m writing this during a time of complete uncertainty. I would have liked to have written this post during a less turbulent time, when birthdays and Easters aren’t delayed, schools aren’t closed, and the sunshine can be properly enjoyed