I feel like it’s been one thing after another this week. There’s been a mountainous pile of washing needing sorted, my mind and wardrobe need a de-clutter, and I’ve been helplessly trying to fight a week long cold. So, rather than to sit silently wallowing in my own self pity, I thought why not write… Continue reading A Week of no Wins
We were super excited to take Harris along to his first Mini Manoeuvres. He’s now 6 months old (I know, the time has literally been spinning out of control) so, although he’s not exactly moving or manoeuvring yet, we assumed that there would be some sensory benefits for his little sponge of a mind and… Continue reading Our day at Mini Manoeuvres
My husband has been very involved in raising Harris, right from birth, and I would usually refer to him as a “hands on dad”. I do wonder, though, in this modern age, with more woman working their way up the corporate ladder and becoming badass boss babes, does the term “hands on dad” have any… Continue reading My (sort of) stay at home Husband
Now I am, by no means, the Kirstie Allsopp of crafting but I do enjoy the look on people’s faces when they receive a gift that has meaning- a personal element - and something I’ve put some thought into making. It’s become a sort of tradition at Christmas, stemming back a few years, that I… Continue reading Some crafty gifts for Christmas and actually, all year round.
The class- Post-natal Yoga (with baby) The name- Little Greene Yoga The place- The Boiler house , Hidden gardens, Tramway Museum The time- 10.15am on Thursdays The fees - £52 per 6 week block The contact- firstname.lastname@example.org Throughout my pregnancy, I delved into some prenatal yoga, just at home; some basic YouTube videos, but I… Continue reading Little Greene Yoga Review