I LOVE pushchairs! It's a ridiculous obsession that began when I was looking for our first pushchair back in 2016. I can tell you the brand of 80% of pushchairs/strollers just from a glance in the street. I get proper pram envy when I see a really nice one. To date I've owned 5 pushchairs.… Continue reading Pushchair obsessed
When you first get pregnant everyone loves to tell you how much your body is going to change, and how exciting that is. You're praised for 9 months when you look a little bigger and rounder than the week before. 'GOOD JOB YOU, YOU'RE GROWING A HUMAN!' But as soon as that baby is in… Continue reading Postpartum bodies
Boobs, bottles and breast pads.
Breast vs bottle, it's a hell of a debate. Some people say breast is best, some argue that bottle feeding makes a less dependant child. I say, do what makes YOU happy! If you don't want to breastfeed, then don't; if you can't breast feed don't feel like you've failed. There are so many factors… Continue reading Boobs, bottles and breast pads.
The birth of Zelda-Mae
Another long one I'm afraid. Here's the story of my pregnancy and delivery of Zelda-Mae. This pregnancy was anything but easy. I was incredibly ill at the beginning, no doctors believed how ill I was, I couldn't even hold down water. I felt horrific! Eventually I was admitted to hospital and good job too! I… Continue reading The birth of Zelda-Mae
The birth of Autumn
This is going to be a long one! But here's the story of my first pregnancy and my daughter, Autumn's birth. My pregnancy with Autumn was incredible, I was 20, happily married and really excited to be a Mum. I had the usual morning sickness which disappeared around 11weeks and a bit of PGP, but… Continue reading The birth of Autumn
A bit about me
Seeing as this is my first post I should probably tell you a little about us. My name is Jess, I’m 23 years old and mummy to the greatest two girls; Autumn (almost 2) and Zelda-Mae (5 weeks). I’m married to the most incredible man and we have two dogs, a springer spaniel named Oscar… Continue reading A bit about me