Our recent stay at the Maryculter House Hotel for our anniversary had us reminiscing about our wedding. We got out our wedding album and looked through some of the pictures of the day, and I thought I would share some of them with you. These photos were all taken by our wonderful photographer, Kelly from
One of the first things that was said to me when I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes was “Are you planning on having children?”. I was fairly taken aback. I had just been diagnosed with a lifelong disease and here we were discussing a future family. A family I knew I wanted but I
When I was looking for a changing bag I knew I had to find something to help me keep organised. I’m horrifically untidy and the last thing I wanted was to be constantly rummaging around for things at the bottom. On top of all the usual baby bits and pieces I also have to carry
On Sunday morning I had to take JHogg to the hospital to have his shoulder x-rayed. My sister had agreed to look after Piglet. I managed to successfully overpack his bag – here’s how its done: First and foremost make sure you’ve had no more than 3 hours sleep due to all sorts of shenanigans
Prior to having Piglet I had learnt to accept the shape I was. It wasn’t “perfect” by any means, but I knew how to work with that I had. My post baby body, initially, looks pretty similar to how I was before. I am an ok weight, I’m generally in proportion. From the outside I
We slipped off the meal plan twice last week – whoops! Thankfully I got all the food into the freezer so nothing went to waste. Here’s hoping we stick to it this week. The Adult’s Menu Monday: Tomato, basil and roasted red pepper soup with fresh bread Tuesday: Mince and Tatties Wednesday: Chicken Pasanda (One we skipped
This post is being shared as part of World Breast Feeding Week. To find out more please visit http://worldbreastfeedingweek.org For me, breastfeeding was never really a question. It was something I just always assumed I would do. It never occurred to me to buy bottles or formula to have in the cupboard just in case.