This feels uncomfortable. Like the first day back at school, picking up a pencil and trying to write with it for the first time after a summer of scuffed knees and windswept cheeks. It’s unfamiliar and to be honest, a little awkward. After well over two months, I’ve almost forgotten how to write a blog post.… Continue reading Time to nest and rest.
Most of you will know that Mr C came into my life after I became a mama of two little girls. As a best friend he was instrumental in me starting to believe that I could nail the whole single motherhood thing, even when he was thousands of miles away. Literally. On a big boat.… Continue reading A Babymoon by the sea…
I’ve been rubbish at regularly documenting this pregnancy. With only a handful of posts since we found out that number three was one the way, it all seems a bit of a blur. Since I stopped being so sick, each Thursday seems to fly around and we count another week gone by. It kind of… Continue reading 13 inches???
There are definite pluses with having a gap between babies. When this little one arrives my two not-so-teeny bears will be ten and seven (very nearly eight). I have two very able and hopefully willing sidekicks at the ready. However. This means it’s been nearly eight years since I’ve been in baby-mode. Eight years! There is going to… Continue reading Getting back to baby-mode.
I’m only four weeks late in writing this post. Could be worse. I don’t know what’s been the problem but after starting to feel human again and then returning to work a month ago, my brain has not let me do much once my two little bears are snuggled in their beds. In fact, there have been… Continue reading “Is it a boy or a girl?”
To the first time mum-to-be, It’s been a little over ten years since I found out I was going to be a mum for the first time. There’s been so much water under the bridge since then; two beautiful little girls, the heartache of miscarriage, the pain of family breakdown, a lot of tough lessons but a whole… Continue reading Letter to a first time mum-to-be