Did you know, around 2.8 million of us are in a choir in Britain? Why are so many people joining groups around the country? Uncertain times, mental health crisis, loneliness, an innate human need to create. There’s a plethora of reasons people are flocking to choirs.
Yesterday I voted for you.
So this post has come around quicker than I expected. This summer, I turned the ripe ol’ age of 29,… Read more Thirty Before Thirty
I thought I’d start a bit of a series writing about and reviewing some of the places I go with Rufus. Yesterday we spent the day at one of our favourite places; Wingham Wildlife Park!
According to BabyCentre UK, “your baby’s fourth trimester starts from the moment she is born and lasts until she is three months old”.
Today marks three months since Rufus was born; the time has come my friends, to say goodbye to the fourth trimester.
Motherhood is a minefield. Information, facts, opinions, hearsay; it’s all muddled together into one big ‘This is How You Should Do It’ guide. Rufus is now 12 and a half weeks (HOW?), so I thought I’d give you a bit of insight into all the things I’ve learned (so far) since becoming a new mum
This time 8 weeks ago, I was in hospital. I was tired. I was sore. I was a mother.
I discovered overnight oats a few years ago – they’re so versatile, easy to prepare and they keep in the fridge for a few days, meaning you can just grab and go in the mornings! There are SO many flavours you can try, but the chocolate and raspberry are my favourite – they taste just a bit naughty!
All the things I hope for you.
It’s World Hypnobirthing Day, so what better day to talk about my journey so far!