I remember sitting by Little Lady’s incubator day after day wondering what the future held for her. At that point we had no idea if she would survive the next day let alone have her whole life ahead of her. 9 weeks later when we took her home, there was a huge relief that came over me. We would be okay now, we had her home, she was over the worst of it. What I didn’t realise then was the journey that a premature baby then goes on once they have come home. In case you are reading this without… View Post

I am photo obsessed. I take an insane amount every day and I have them on any spare wall I can find in the house. I particularly love having photos printed on canvas as I love the way they look but this can get pricey. When CanvasChamp got in touch asking if I would like to review one of their canvas prints I jumped at the chance. CanvasChamp provide canvas prints for the lowest prices online in the UK. But of course even though it is cheap you still want good quality so I was interested to see what the… View Post

Last week I posted some tips on how to get your little one prepared for school. I had some lovely feedback from some of you to say you found the post useful so I thought I would carry on sharing what I have learnt in the last 8 months as a new school mum. Today it is 5 books for starting school. One of the things I found that really helped to prepare Little Man for school was talking to him about going and what it would be like. The easiest way I found to do this was by reading… View Post

If you have seen my Instagram stories this week you will know I have had quite the week. Theres been an A&E trip, sickness bugs and broken cars so this week I am sharing the lovely Georgia’s guest post. She is bravely sharing her thoughts and feelings about her post natal depression. Lets talk PND because nobody really wants to.  When I had Luna I was in this perfect little baby bubble and absolutely nothing could burst it. She was the perfect textbook baby; sleeping through by 5 weeks. She was so content and was honestly a dream. Fast forward… View Post

I talk a lot on my blog about mental health but it is always about my own mental health or the mental health of adults. However I haven’t thought a lot about my childrens mental health. That changed when We Parent got in touch with me. We Parent is an online toolkit for parents to support their childrens mental health. You may think this isn’t something you need to think about because your childs mental health is fine but what I have really begun to realise is it is less about that (unless there is a problem of course) and… View Post