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Asking For Help

Today I had the pleasure of listening to a talk from Denise Welch as part of a Wellness Week initiative my office is running. Today’s focus is being kind to your mind and Denise spoke about her struggles with depression and addictions. I’ve always been aware of Denise’s career from the Byker Grove days to … Continue reading

Ever Changing Body

Ever Changing Body

Ah pregnancy, possibly the most amazing and wonderful time of your life, but sadly this is something most women don’t realise until it’s over. It’s hard to keep up with the many changes of my pregnant body and I’ll be the first one to say I really don’t cope well for 9 months. I’m forever … Continue reading

Project B Pregnancy Review

Whilst pregnant I was lucky enough to have been signed up to receive a monthly pamper box courtesy of Project B. These fabulous boxes can begin from your 12th week of pregnancy.  The boxes are beautifully packaged and delivered by courier at the beginning of each month, and each box is full of products to compliment and … Continue reading

Mummy, where is your willy?

So I totally blame my friend Tina for putting me in this situation. Tina, or rather her daughter Florence, bought Dexter a lovely book titled “There’s a house inside my mummy”, to help explain my ever expanding waistline and why I spend most days with my head down the loo. The book is beautifully written … Continue reading

Baby K-D v2.0

Baby K-D v2.0

Well the magic has “happened” and we’re finally expecting a brother or sister for Dexter this Christmas. Following a few unhelpful doctors informing me that we’d most probably not conceive naturally, it actually all happened the way nature intended. But me being me listened to the doctors and for the first few weeks of pregnancy … Continue reading

Inspirational Parents Event at Kiddicare

Inspirational Parents Event at Kiddicare

On Friday I was lucky enough to win a ticket to attend a very special event at Hayes Kiddicare store to hear Katie Piper talk about life, pregnancy and her expectations for her life as a parent. I’ve followed Katie’s career for a long time, she’s such a strong, courageous woman. The chance to hear … Continue reading

Introducing Siblings by Lea Spencer-Brown

Today’s guest post has been written by Lea, a wonderful woman whom I met through our antenatal group way back in 2011. Lea and her husband Chris have two beautiful daughters, Mathilda (2) and Nellie (12 weeks). Lea writes about her experience of welcoming their second child into their lives and the effect it had on … Continue reading

Living Doll

Ok I must remember that Dexter is a human and not a new doll I have. This week I have spent a small fortune on clothes and car parking all to dress him up in an array of Ken-esque garments. He does look amazing though! I have even forfeited buying myself clothes in order to … Continue reading