2015 Archives - Page 3 of 9 -
As part of national breastfeeding week; a campaign dedicated to raising awareness, increasing acceptance, and promoting support, the lovely Vivienne from Another Bun invited me to join in on her #whyibreastfeed campaign as part of the week long campaign by UNICEF. Although I already actively write about my breastfeeding journey, I couldn’t not get involved.
Fathers Day. It’s always been an odd day for me. I lost my dad to cancer when I was ten so I’ve never really “celebrated” the day. When I met S, I bought my first Father’s Day card in about ten years – it was very strange. This year, however, will be like no other
This week, we were kindly nominated by Lauren to join in on a feature called “I am the mum who…” which depicts what kind of mums we are. Seeing as there are two of us, we both wanted to get involved! We don’t usually do these sorts of things, but this one stuck out as
Now that T is over 6 weeks, I’ve started to express properly now. There’s no particular reason why as I still intend on breastfeeding, I just feel it would be benefical to have a stash in the freezer in case all of a sudden I can’t feed. There’s also the occasions where S and I fancy may fancy
Last week S decided to make the weekend longer by taking a day off on the Friday. I love it when she does this as it means more family time. Two days, in my eyes, is just not long enough. With the glorious weather we’d had that week, we decided to raid Netmums.com for free/cheap
***Click here if you would like to read about our visit*** There were so many lovely stalls at this year’s show that it’s hard to compile a list, but here are the ones that stuck out for us:- Oloves – Olove make cute little snack packets of olives, perfect for lunches – especially as the