I have never in my life done yoga. I am so inflexible its unreal. And being asthmatic means I find it virtually impossible to do yoga breathing of in for 4 seconds and out for 6 seconds... it makes me hyperventilate! However, I will try (almost) anything for an easier labour.... so at about 30… Continue reading Giving Yoga a Whirl….
As I approach week 826 of being pregnant the only thing that really relieves aches and pains in the evening is a long soak in a (possibly hotter than it should be but who cares) bath and an episode of Friends. I came across Sabao online - handmade products made by the beautiful mumpreneur Nisha… Continue reading Aromatherapy bath bombs by Southampton company ‘Sabao’
I can't wait to meet the little lady that's nearly done baking, but it hasn't been a straight forward journey getting to this point. It took a lot longer than I thought it would but eventually in late summer 2016, after nearly 18 months of trying, we finally got that positive test. After so long… Continue reading The story of our rainbow baby
Blink and you'll miss me! Featuring yet another of my staple vest tops (Pregnancy essential) I loved being a part of this campaign. It's sad to think that those who care for us in our most vulnerable moments and support us in bringing the most amazing little thing into the world, don't feel valued in… Continue reading Can you spot me? The #thankyoumidwife campaign
1. Cravings of weird stuff like metal and coal shavings on pizza are not that common. Cravings for ice cream and sleep and more ice cream are. I have no boundaries on the amount I will eat or if it is entirely appropriate to eat it for breakfast. 2. Weeks 36-40 feel longer than the… Continue reading 8 Things no one tells you about being pregnant