I am not the most creative when it comes to coming up with fun toddler activities and so I am very thankful for the internet which has allowed me to Google activities for toddlers. It’s likely you’ve seen this activity before or have done it yourself, but I will admit I was very proud of […]
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Not many people that know me would know about a debilitating thing that I suffer with on a daily basis and have done for years. Today I’m just going to come out with it, and you may have it too. It’s called Anxiety. And I don’t mean getting anxious over the usual types of things, […]
Ingredients you’ll need: Food colouring of your choice (I used green, yellow, pink and red) 1/3 cup Plain flour 2 Tablespoons Caster Sugar (refined sugar) 2 cups water 1/4 tspn Salt 4 bowls Method: Add the flour, sugar, and salt to a saucepan Add water gradually and whisk ’till smooth.Turn on the heat and stir […]
Giving birth, the final stage Following on from part one My Birth Story: Labour Signs and part two My Birth Story: In Labour I started to feel the pushing urges I’d heard of women having. It was so overwhelming this urge to push, there was no way in hell I could hold it like they were telling […]
My birth story continued… Following on from part one, My Birth Story: Labour Signs And so my birth story continues. I put my not so lovely hospital nightgown on even though I brought my own nicer one. I was at the point of not caring, all of that seemed to go out the window. They inserted […]
Unexpected early labour signs at 36 + 5 weeks My labour signs really took me by surprise, particularly because they happened when I was 36 + 5 weeks and where they happened is a story we’ve told many times. It was Friday the 16th of December and we were at Mr G’s work Christmas party. […]
How to make a sensory baby taggie toy Elliott loves the sound of crunching plastic. Every time I open a packet of something, he quickly looks my way. He also loves his taggie toy from his Aunt and Uncle and so I thought I could combine the two and make a baby taggie and crunch toy […]
I’m new to motherhood and it’s not easy As Elliott’s turns 7 months old, I reminisce about the weeks after his birth and my challenging first weeks of motherhood. They were hard, so hard. I didn’t know what to expect, but one thing I do know is that I expected to feel completely overjoyed, but […]
How to make a door jammer for baby’s room I saw the idea of how to make a door jammer (which I hear has been around for years) on The Organised Housewife and I just had to make one. All this time we’ve been wedging a cushion between the door so we don’t make a […]