I will never forget hearing my baby’s heartbeat for the first time, I burst into tears just as his little image came up on screen at my 12 week scan and they turned on the sound so I could hear it. I will also never forget the first time I felt him move.
The big baby sex debate – to find out or not to find out?
So this weekend marks the halfway point for me and my growing bubba. In just 4 and a half months or 20 weeks to be exact I have gone from 8 stone (50KG) to 9 stone (57KG), have gained a bra size, and grown a baby from the size of an orange pip to the… Continue reading The halfway point – 20 weeks Pregnant
One of the best thing’s for me about not drinking is that I can spend what I would have spent on wine and gin on food and not feel guilty about it. So that mean’s lots of yummy lunch’s and no more squadgy handbag sandwiches!
Being pregnant and working full time can seem like an impossible task in the very early days. So I wanted to share my experience and also provide some tips on surviving the 1st trimester.
It is said that around 40% of adults globally suffer with anxiety of some kind in their lives and given that it is such a huge thing it is not a surprise that it should rear it’s head during pregnancy.
The goods and bad’s of having and being a Christmas baby So Giles and I are both Christmas/New Years baby’s (me Jan 2nd and him Dec 28th) and we always said we would never have a baby at Christmas as we know what it’s like to have to share your day/week of birth with Jesus.
So you’ve taken the test probably more than once, and your pregnant! Excitement, disbelief, and apprehension are some of what you might feel right now but it’s ok you are prepared and you are ready to embrace the expanding waistline, stretch marks, and morning sickness with open arms! But what is it that they don’t… Continue reading What they don’t tell you about being pregnant