It’s been a while since i’ve written a post. I’d said to myself after my last post that i’m gonna get into it more. Start writing weekly. But, as you can see. That didn’t happen! My bad. A lot of things have happened though! The biggie – I had a baby! Yes, Norah is now… Continue reading a little update
I love breastfeeding. Yes. I’m on of those women. I won’t bang on about why I love it (i’ll save that for a later date!) but what I thought I would do is have a good old rant about the wonders and joys of cluster feeding. *rolls eyes* Newborns are all over the shop aren’t… Continue reading cluster feeding – how to survive it
My little lady is now 15 months old (how the hell did that happen?!) and I know it’s a massive cliche, but I could not love her anymore if I tried. My heart literally bursts every single day. Watching her grow, learn new things and be her silly self is amazing and something I never… Continue reading Mum guilt – Can I love two babies?!
Norah Isabelle aka Baba! ❤ Age: 5 months/22 weeks. Weight: 12 lb 7 oz/3.65 kg Nappy size: Size 2 Clothing size: she’s mainly in 0-3/up to 3month clothes. Some of her 3-6 month clothes fit. I’ve found different shops have slightly different sizes though. Annoying! (Mama is sick of people saying how small she is –… Continue reading 5 months old.
Our poor little Baba is teething, bad. She has been for a while now. Luckily she’s not in pain all day every day. And she’s her usual happy self when they are not playing her up. But when they start, she’s not a happy bunny. It’s usually at night time, why does everything always seem… Continue reading teething products: tried and tested
During my pregnancy, the internet was like my new BFF. I was about to become a Mama and be responsible for caring for a little baby… and I didn’t have a clue. I often found myself Googling things like ‘top ten newborn products’ and ‘newborn essentials’ as I wanted to make sure we had everything… Continue reading favourite newborn baby items.
Just as the title suggests… Don’t pretend you haven’t done some, if not all, of these! Having visitors round and wanting them to leave. Staring at them, hoping they get the message. Giving them one word replies, hoping they get the message. Yawning, hoping they get the message. Making a note to say “we’re busy”… Continue reading confessions of a parent.