Watching little Jac develop is like a magical mystery ride. Each day he is able to do more and to move faster, he is getting stronger on his feet and I feel so privileged to be a father. I love seeing him surrounded by the books and reading to him so that they come alive.
Unsure as to whether today should be called shrove Tuesday or pancake day. Tried explaining to the family that its a prelude to Lent where one must sacrifice something for 40 days commencing tomorrow on Ash Wednesday. Needless to say the sentiment was somewhat lost as the discussion rapidly turned to Nutella or Lemon. The
5 tips on stress-less-ly bringing mother and baby home from hospital Pictures the scene – the nurse or doctor pops their head around at the hospital to tell you it’s time to take the little baby home from hospital. ‘You’re Going Home’ Your free to start your journey and put to the test all the
Now I was prepared for a wide range of milestones: the first word, the magical, wobbly first step; but this weekend we were treated to a different kind of milestone: the first family sickness bug. This came onto the household quickly following Jacs nappy contents resembling Dijon mustard – too much info? Needless to say,