I have a thing that I do to make myself stick to a plan. That thing is to say the plan outloud as much as possible because then I have to do it otherwise Drake will be disappointed. So yesterday I told Drake hundreds of times that him and Mummy were going to go on… Continue reading Dear Diary – Today we took the train
Yesterday I whalzed out of work with just my keys and phone in my hand and only realised I had left my bag when I was paying (or not as was the case) for Soy Sauce in Lidl. So my first stop this morning was work for my purse then town for some shopping. I’m… Continue reading Dear Diary – Today I forgot the buggy
My child is blessed with a gorgeous mop of blonde hair and has been since birth excluding the brief period of frontal baldness that plagues most newborns. Unfortunately he has never been a fan of having a hair cut and has screamed in 3 different barbers faces. Luckily for me his Nanny is a hairdresser… Continue reading Dear Diary – Today we got a haircut
I thought this would be fun to write as I always think to myself when I am rushing around how mental and different life is since firstly having Drake but also since going back to work. The daily dynamic of a working Mum varies so much depending on how much you work and how many… Continue reading A Day in Our Life
I have a slight problem with this blog post. This problem being that it is now Thursday and due to the start of maturnity leave excitement/laziness I have only just gotten around to writing it. This is not the problem though. The problem is that I have forgotten what I have done over the last… Continue reading Week 36 – and I can’t remember anything
Autumn is my favorite time of year, I love the fact that it is almost Christmas, I love the cosy nights in when it starts to get dark early, and I love the multi colored leaves on the ground and on the tree’s.
This week I have gone from walk to waddle in 24 hours and baby seems to have had a growth spurt as bump is not only appearing bigger but it would seem his little feet/hands/knees/elbows are constantly popping out of my tummy looking and feeling like some sort of spontaneous hernia.
It finally happened, the thing that I have dreaded since getting pregnant: it was responsible for our salvation in War of the Worlds, it’s the pharmaceutical industries bread and butter, and it’s the reason we stock up on chicken soup and vicks vaporub. That’s right, the common cold. And I caught one.
So I am reading the new Bridget Jones Baby book. When I say reading I am technically having it read to me as it’s an audio book. I am also actually properly reading Inferno.
I have had more drama this week than Made in Chelsea and TOWIE which were both back this week! Happy days now I have something to watch whilst cooking.