2015 Archives -

Days Out – Sheffield Park & Gardens, East Sussex {National Trust}

As S worked from home for the day again, I decided to make use of our National Trust membership and visit anther local attraction. This time, I took myself and T off to Sheffield Park and Gardens near Uckfield. Sheffield park is a huge historic park back dating back past WW1. It’s had many uses over

Days Out – Nymans House & Garden Trail, Kent. {National Trust}

Over the next few weeks S is going to be working from home as part of her work, which means I’m going to be taking myself off out for the day so that we’re not a distraction for her. This, therefore, gives me the perfect opportunity to use our National Trust membership. We sadly haven’t

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

Days Out – Scotney Castle, Kent {National Trust}

Whilst we were in Tunbridge Wells for T’s Photoshoot, we decided to make the most out of our National Trust membership and visit a local attraction. Shamefully, we don’t know much about our country’s history apart from the well known periods of time; which is one of the reasons we took the membership out, not

Weaning: 1 Month On. 

I’m not sure what I expected when we started weaning T a month ago. I had no idea whether he’d like the tastes or the textures, whether he’d like the same foods as me, even whether there’d be spitting out, or even choking! I guess I told myself to take each day as it came,