Thursday, 24 July 2014

Dressing Table Diaries- Week 4

Do you get time to sit down and do your make-up every morning? I have been a mum for 3 years now and it has taken me that long to finally find make the time for myself.

I realised that if I have found it hard to make time then other mums may well be in the same position. As mums we often put ourselves last. But if we let ourselves become unimportant then eventually we will believe that we aren't worth it. But we are worth it! 


Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Weaning a reflux baby #02

Weaning your baby should be an exciting time. Introducing them to new flavours and textures and watching their little faces screw up in disgust is so much fun! This is how it is for most parents and you will hear stories of 'oh my baby is eating this that and the other now'. However, those parents with a reflux baby will find this time stressful and upsetting. Not sure if your baby has reflux? Take a look at my experience with silent reflux and reflux here.

weaning a reflux baby

Sunday, 20 July 2014

Silent Sunday #08


Saturday, 19 July 2014

Expressions #06 - Fun in the paddling pool

I love the summer months, we take any opportunity to get out in the garden and we especially love having fun in the paddling pool. Little G has had 3 summers now and loves nothing more than getting her swimming costume on but this is Baby L's first summer and even though we had a heat wave earlier on in the year she has only just started sitting up in the last month or so (see what else she can do at 6 months old) and so it has only been recently that she has been able to have a proper splash about. 

fun in the paddling pool

Thursday, 17 July 2014

Dressing Table Diaries - week 3

Do you get time to sit down and do your make-up every morning? I have been a mum for 3 years now and it has taken me that long to finally find make the time for myself.

I realised that if I have found it hard to make time then other mums may well be in the same position. As mums we often put ourselves last. But if we let ourselves become unimportant then eventually we will believe that we aren't worth it. But we are worth it! 


Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Are you a worrier?

Being a mum is the best job in the world but it also makes you take a much closer look at yourself. It makes you question whether you are good enough. Am I doing it right? Am I doing the best for my children? All you want is for your children to be the best that they can be and but in the end you become tangled up in an ocean of worries and doubts and you forget to appreciate what is right in front of you.

Does this sound like you?

Are you a worrier?