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When you are expecting your first baby you are always warned about the unsolicited advice. Every man and his dog is on hand to tell you exactly what to do in every scenario, and will be adamant that their way is the BEST way. No exceptions. I was prepared for that, I knew to take

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Some people love them, others hate them, but there’s no denying that baby and toddler groups can be a great way to make new friends. Be it an informal group for a cup of tea and a play, baby massage or a sensory class there is something to suit just about anyone. I have a

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There is no way anyone would deny that having a baby changes your relationship. We fully expect things to be a little different between you and your partner as you wade your way through the sleep deprived early days. You grow stronger, you help each other and you spend a ridiculous amount of time together

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What if…. its a funny old question and sometimes a dangerous game to play! I try not to think about it too much, I don’t see the point in considering what could have been. But recently it has felt quite relevant for Piglet and I. In March last year, 4 days before my wedding, I

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Recently a Huffington Post article has been doing the rounds which urges Dads to take more photos of their partners with their children. The post brings up how many women have very few photos of themselves with their children and how “No woman wants to look back at a lifetime of selfies”. Initially, this struck a

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When Piglet was born he spent some time in the neonatal unit before he was able to come home. I was lucky, he was only in special care as opposed to intensive care or the high dependancy unit. But that didn’t change the way I felt at the time. Despite complications at birth, Piglet stayed