Everyone keeps telling me to write down Drake’s weird words because he’s nearly 2 and still doesn’t say much that makes actual sense. He basically speaks his own language but am I worried? Not really. His communication skills are top notch it’s just actual English words that seem to be alluding us. Here are some… Continue reading The Drake-ictionary
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
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
The nursery is a big deal when you are pregnant with your first, what colors, what furniture, how much money and space do you have/need blah blah blah. It’s exhausting.
So now I have only got 16 weeks left of pregnancy (hopefully) I thought it would be cool to (try) and do a weekly diary. Apart from providing entertainment to the mass’s I think it would be awesome to show my little one someday – look this is what happened to Mummy and Daddy when… Continue reading Pregnancy Diary – Week 23
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.