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Family, Lifestyle

Upper GI Endoscopy – My Experience

An Upper GI Endoscopy – what is this you may ask? I wasn’t going to publish this post but when I received my invite for the above procedure I didn’t have a clue what it entailed. Of course I googled the crap out of it and mostly found explanations not real life experiences, and when …

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Easter Blues, Anxiety, Life Lately & The End of Blogging

Hands up who has the Easter blues? We have been treated to the BEST Easter holiday ever. We started ours flying off to Benidorm for the week, it didn’t go as we thought as I became very poorly resulting in a visit to a Spanish hospital. Despite the illness we had such a fantastic family …

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Top Items To Pack In Mum’s Hospital Bag

Packing a hospital bag had to be one of the most challenging steps for me whilst waiting for my gorgeous bundle to arrive. I packed a bag, repacked a bag, took everything out, started again and then shuffled some more bits around. It is kind of like packing for a holiday, you pack way too …

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February Half Term – Exmouth, Budleigh & The Donkey Sanctuary

Half term is all wrapped up for another 6 weeks. We were lucky enough to have an inset day yesterday, the weather has been glorious so we took advantage to cram in family visits, a trip to Budleigh beach, The Donkey Sanctuary and finished our day off with fish and chips. Half term has completely …

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Co-Sleeping, Our Experience

We didn’t choose co-sleeping it chose us. Being a first time pregnant lady you are met with the dos and don’ts before your beautiful bundle arrives and co-sleeping was at the top of the “AVOID” list. 7 years ago when I had Amelie I only just started to follow fellow mummies on social media therefore …

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A Mother’s Instinct is Always Right – My Boy Needs Glasses

Sunday 6th January 2019 was a big day in our household. About a week before, Charlie mentioned everything looked fuzzy to him and he was getting pain in his head. I, like all mums said ‘lets give you some calpol’ and hoped it would clear up, he did have a head cold and crusty eyes. …

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Keeping Christmas Simple

Keeping Christmas simple this year. I don’t know what happens to you when you have children but you just want the best of the best for them and this includes the perfect Christmas. We’ve had lots of wonderful Christmases, the children have had a big pile of presents, we’ve gone through all of the Christmas …