Nesting, crafting, making new friends and looking forward to the Summer holidays!
I’m hopeful that this will be the last time I need hospital treatment for my pregnancy sickness but I’m quickly learning that HG is full of ups and downs and I’m just going to have to ride it out. Hopefully there will only be another 18 weeks to go and then I will be holding my beautiful daughter in my arms with this whole nightmare behind me.
New lows this week.. weight loss, a disappearing bump and a trip to the hospital.
“Barely able to get my words out I told him how I hadn’t managed to eat and keep any food down for days. He looked at me puzzled and said, without a trace of empathy in his voice, “What are you so upset about? The baby will be fine and the sickness should pass by 20 weeks.” He wrote me a new prescription and sent me on my way. I was in pieces, at 13 weeks pregnant 20 weeks sounded like a lifetime away.”
Another week another update. Some major highs and lows this week but our baby is growing well and healthy and that’s all we can ask for.
Another week, another quick update and another bump pic. Still not much to report but for 11 weeks pregnant I think I look huge!
With pancake day coming up this week I thought I’d share with you my meal plan for the week ahead and some of my favourite, different pancake recipes!
A little 10 week pregnancy update! Bloat or the start of a bump… what do you think?
Cooking with a toddler in tow is difficult enough at times, never mind when 99% of foods make you run to the bathroom to be sick!
We’ve got some exciting news to share with you! It’s still early days but most of you have started to put the clues together and figure me out!
Everyone has an opinion about how and when you should wean your little one. Often people can be very vocal about sharing their views and why they believe they are right.
A little update all about our little foodie as he turns 18 months old. Talking, teething and tantrums… lots of tantrums! There’s a few little videos of him too!
So often, as mothers, we put everyone else’s needs before our own. It can leave us tired, worn down, ill and no good to anybody. So I’m making a conscious decision to be more selfish, make time for myself and put myself first (at least every once in a while!)
Many people have asked me about my meal plans and where I get my planner templates from. Many people are surprised when I tell them that all I use is a notebook and pens. I create my meal plans in my bullet journal, a notebook that I use as a planner, diary, to do list… everything!
There’s only a month to go until Christmas, and what better way to get in the festive spirit than to win our gorgeous baby/toddler Christmas dinner kit!
Nothing could have prepared us for the challenge of becoming parents. Financially, things are tight. I have chosen to go back to work part time so I can spend as much time with Harry as possible but the drop in income and extra little mouth to feed has meant we have had to really reevaluate how we spend our money.
Here are our top money saving tips for cooking healthy food for the family and our money saving meals for next week!
For those of you who follow our meal plans and blog you will know that we are in the middle of completely remodelling our kitchen. We have a long way to go before it is finished but I am so pleased with how it looks so far! So here’s a quick tour and update of how it is looking so far!
A few pictures from our weekend and our meal plan for next week…
This week has been crazy! We have been living without a kitchen during the week and our new kitchen is finally going in as I type! It has meant our house in chaos, lots of quick microwave and slow cooker meals and spending as much time out of the house as possible!
I am always being asked about what size and shape I cut Harry’s first finger foods into. I have put this post together to share with everyone how I served Harry’s food to him.
Gosh, what a day! Harry has been poorly this week and it all came to a head today when the out of hours doctor admitted Harry to hospital with a bad chest, low oxygen levels and possible dehydration. He has hardly eaten or drunk for the past few days, he’s had a terrible cough, high temperature, crackly chest and has just been very lethargic and not his usual cheeky self. At times he has wheezed and his breathing has been laboured. It’s so hard as a parent to see your child crying in pain and not knowing how to help them.
Why we started baby wearing at 6 months with the Tula…