The little lady loves her bedtime stories. These are her absolute favourites – the ones we’ve been reading regularly for quite a long while!
A wee sneak peek at the gazillions of stuff heading down to the Briggait for their massive sale coming up this Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
We’re 33 weeks pregnant (how did that happen so quickly?) and really into the home straight. The bump feels really big now and bending down is just not happening unless absolutely necessary!
I’m one of those annoying people who really loves being pregnant and has had an easy time of it. These are my favourite things about being pregnant.
My husband and I went on a wee babymoon to Northern Ireland; our first weekend away together, just the two of us, since the little lady was born 3 years ago!
There a few things I’d love to get finished (or started) before baby arrives. I doubt I’ll get them all done, but if I write them down it might happen!
I’m 28 weeks pregnant. I can’t believe how quickly this pregnancy is going. I feel like time has sped up since before our little lady was born almost 3 years ago. As with my last pregnancy,[…]
Yesterday was a dark, tumultuous day. I didn’t really know what to say about the EU referendum result so I said nothing. Even today I feel like most of my thoughts aren’t particularly coherent. But[…]
We took our first family ferry trip as part of our road trip over to Holland. They have a fantastic kids club & the little lady had a great time exploring every part of the ship she could. The food was great too. Highly recommended ferry travel!
I’m trying to be a bit more organised these days. So I thought I’d try to do a weekly meal plan as part of my new found organisational skills. Here is this weeks.
Chester Zoo I used to work in Chester Zoo and I have incredibly fond memories of my time there. So it is pretty special to me. I absolutely love the place. I worked in most[…]
My ceasarian section birth story. It wasn’t what I’d planned. It was an emergency section. But it got the little lady into the world safe and healthy.
These quesadilla shapes are a fun way to get kids helping out in the kitchen. We’ve made them a few times now and the little lady has a great time grating cheese, putting them together and cutting out her shapes once they’re cooked.
I’m joining in the ‘Blog Every Day in May’ challenge in an attempt to get some inspiration and out of the little writers slump I’ve found myself in. This is day 4 (but day 1 for me since I only just found it!)
A little list of the top 5 things to do in Glasgow as a new mum. Or dad. Get out, meet people, see stuff and eat cake. You don’t even need to be in Glasgow!
You might have noticed things have been a bit quieter around here of late. Since Christmas actually. Well I thought it was about time to come clean…
We took a little day trip through to see the Christmas festivities in Edinburgh yesterday. Such good fun. Turns out the little lady is an adrenaline junkie! She had a wonderful time in Santaland! There are[…]
We took advantage of the dry weather last night & got a bit Christmassy down at George Square. There is so much to see and do down there at this time of year, and it’s so[…]
Bookbug bags are gifted to every child in Scotland. They are completely free and full of books and bits for you to share with your child. The books we received in ours were great. They[…]
I wanted to do something to say thank you to all of you lovely folks for your support since I started this little blog as a Facebook page a year or so ago. I also[…]