Flying with a baby.

Flying with a baby will be easy they said, babies will just sleep they said. Em, let me just revisit what I can only describe as a very painful flying experience with my child. An experience that I am in no rush to revisit for some years. Let me elaborate. Our travels back from CyprusContinue reading “Flying with a baby.”

Babies first..trip to A&E.

I noticed as I woke a little dried blood on the bed sheet, this had come from Eleanor’s ear which has also specks of blood dried up. Worried by this, I cleaned her up and kept my eye for any odd behaviour and warning signs of infections. Eleanor has lately grown an obsession with tuggingContinue reading “Babies first..trip to A&E.”

Home is where the heart is. Valentine fantasies.

Good afternoon guys! Okay, I admit that the title of this post may seem misleading, I best correct myself before setting you readers up for disappointment. This is no fifty shades of grey theme, you can keep your pants on. I am keeping things clean and talking about fantasies that as a family we holdContinue reading “Home is where the heart is. Valentine fantasies.”

We set the date!

Well, I must say that the year has been kind to us. The most special year I have had yet, the year we began the family adventure, the year we got engaged, the year life as we knew it changed forever. I have taken only the good from 2017 and will carry it with meContinue reading “We set the date!”

Solitary sleep and the attachment risks with an infant.

Co-sleeping, am I doing it wrong? Hello all, I’m onto a new subject matter today. One that is quite important for myself. For those for who follow my blog, you may have read my post about co-sleeping with my newborn and the uncertainties that I had with this issue. With this being a big issueContinue reading “Solitary sleep and the attachment risks with an infant.”

The things I wish my midwife had told me.

  Hindsight is a wonderful thing, isn’t it? During the course of my pregnancy, I was always so blind sighted by the concept of holding my baby that I didn’t really explore or look into what life might be like post baby and what babies actually do. We all know how it goes; babies, eat,Continue reading “The things I wish my midwife had told me.”

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