• A COUNTRY WEDDING

    So I’ve raved on and on about my new business venture teaching wedding dances, but I’ve not actually done a blog post about one of the most important days of our lives… Our wedding!! This was bought to my attention by a lovely Instagram follower, so I thought it only right to oblige and create

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  • FEELING NORMAL AGAIN

    Before having Lawson, I remember asking a bunch of people when I would start to feel ‘normal’ again after giving birth. The answers varied, some said 10 weeks, some said 9 months, some said one year. For me, it’s taken up until now. For the longest time, I have been in what I can only

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  • MILK MONSTER REVIEW

    Whilst bottle feeding has its advantages (sharing the feeds etc), I remember when I first had Lawson, the ins and outs of what you could and couldn’t do with formula feeding used to absolutely baffle me! You can’t pre-make the bottles, you have to leave the kettle to cool down for 30 minutes, it can

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  • NEW SEASON ZARA KIDS WISHLIST

    I’m over summer. There, I said it. No point in beating round the bush here, I LIVE for Autumn days. Crispy leaves, big cosy jumpers and oh so many candles – I’m already there! Naturally the first thing I’m thinking about it Lawson’s Autumn/Winter wardrobe (of course), and usually I would do the kind of

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  • MY POSITIVE HOME BIRTH STORY

    It only took 10 months, but I am FINALLY getting round to blogging about our home birth with Lawson (better late than never, right?!) I did do a video about our birth story, but honestly, I filmed it like 2 weeks after giving birth and I wasn’t really able to put a sentence together at

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  • LEAVING WORK AFTER MATERNITY LEAVE

    This week I left my job to be a stay at home/work from home/self-employed/freelance mum. That’s a mouthful! As you can probably tell, I’m not really sure what my ‘new life’ is going to look like yet, but this week has bought all kinds of mixed emotions so I wanted to throw them all out

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  • WHY I’M WAVING GOODBYE TO MUM GUILT

    Mum-guilt. We all suffer with it, don’t we? Before having Lawson, I’d always heard people talk about it, but little did I know how utterly crippling it can be. It’s taken 9 months, but I’m pleased to say I’m finally waving goodbye to my mummy guilt, and here’s why you should too: IT DOESN’T ACTUALLY

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