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My Top 5 Feeding Must Haves

I am a milking machine. Not as often as I was 6 weeks ago but most definitely more than the average persons snacks, because Blake eats little and often. I think she read somewhere that this is what Victoria Beckham does….. However many babies you BF, it’s still bloody hard (and painful) if you’ve not … Continue reading

DKD’s Animal Spectacular

DKD’s Animal Spectacular

For Dexter’s 2nd birthday we decided to host a party at our home in our brand new sparkly garden. Dex is mad on animals so we thought an animal theme would be ideal, and I love dressing up so what better than for all the kids to come dressed as their favourite animal! I created … Continue reading

Guess Who’s 2?

Guess Who’s 2?

DKD is 2 years old! Blimey we have a 2 year old. An official toddler. A little man that runs around being all little manly. Our son, our world, our absolute everything, what did we spend our money on before you? He’s amazing (obviously biased). He’s like this mad, bubbly, nutty little dude that has … Continue reading

Happy Amy Day!!!

Today is Amy Day!!! Correction…..today is the wedding of Lee Hanly and Amy Constantin. It’s been a long time planning. Lee has been planning since 10th October 2009 (when he proposed) and Amy has been planning since she was 5. The OH and I love Amy and Lee dearly. They are a couple we enjoy … Continue reading

My 52 week old baby boy

Today is Dexter’s 1st birthday. I’m beyond proud of my baby boy. I’m proud of the OH and I’m proud of the family we’ve become. The past year has been a blur of late nights, early mornings, sore nipples, lots of poo, coffee, cuddles, toys taking over, food being thrown under, muslin cloths, washing, purée, … Continue reading

Mmmmm……cake.

I love cake. I didn’t really eat cake when I was pregnant because of the heartburn and blimey did I miss it! When D and I established breast feeding I looked upon this as the perfect opportunity to eat cake, guilt free. The other half was force feeding me all sorts of naughty things to keep … Continue reading