Monthly Archives: March 2015

1 year, 2 months: Pippin’

Not masses to report but do you remember I was training her to eat cherries at Christmas? The idea was she got a whole one, chewed and then removed the pip herself? Well we’ve not been trying it w cherries … Continue reading

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27weeks to the day: all change

This is the oddest thing but today I’m 27weeks gone out of 40. I’m now officially in my 3rd trimester and it’s like a switch has been flipped. Tired. Hungry. My lower back is starting to kill when I walk. … Continue reading

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The summer wardrobe is coming! Next

3 dresses, £30. V exciting.

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The female – mother metamorphosis

I’ve been thinking about writing this for years. Literally years. I’m sure I’ll wind-up offending someone, but I gotta write it – so here goes. We as the human race can all endure challenges and life changing events. Yet child … Continue reading

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22 months; bed training

Last week we started. We took the bold step of getting her to sleep in a normal bed. She has a cot in her room and a lovely day bed from Ikea. It spreads out into a double or you … Continue reading

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