Getting Outdoors

As I become steadily more heavily pregnant, it becomes harder to get out and about and so much easier to make excuses to stay home and do nothing.  But this isn’t me at all.  I always regret the decision to ‘slow down’ and end up with major cabin fever.  I am a huge advocate of Getting…

5 Reasons to Shop Small

Anyone who knows me, or follows me on Instagram, will know that I love to shop small.  But why do I do it? I thought I would collate my reasons to support ‘small businesses’ here for you.  Perhaps you’re also a small shop lover, or maybe you’ve never bought anything from a small business but you’ve…

Ivy’s Birth Story (Part 1)

It was only last night when I was immersed in writing another blog post, that I realised I have never shared Ivy’s birth story.  I then spent my day with a friend talking all about birth and my experiences from having Ivy, and it has made me want to get it written down.  And in…

Moving house at 38 weeks pregnant!

This weekend we moved house. Normally something that is reasonably stressful and hard work- but even more so when you are 38 weeks pregnant! Something we’d hoped we wouldn’t have to do. Especially as the last time we moved was when I was 38 weeks pregnant with Ivy. As soon as we found out that…

Fashionable, Good Quality Maternity Wear

Everyone knows that finding fashionable, good quality maternity wear can sometimes feel impossible. When I was pregnant with Ivy, just two years ago, I shopped mainly on the high street and found I was limited to just a few shops. They had very limited stock available and I ended up wearing clothes that I didn’t…

‘Real friends’

How many friends do you have? I have a handful of ‘real friends’ who I love dearly and hold very close to my heart. And I also have a whole tonne of what sometimes feel like ‘imaginary friends’… That may sound odd to some people, but when I had Ivy, I started using social media…