WEEK 24, 2019.

Another week has whizzed past us, at the (currently standard) speed of lightening. Today I managed to get sunburn, though I managed to keep Arthur well shaded and coated in sunscreen, so it’s just me that’s sporting that odd pink glow. I guess summer is … Continue readingWEEK 24, 2019.

Week 22 & 23, 2019.

Every now and then parenthood hits your square in the face with a cascade of difficulties. Currently we’re running on a distinct lack of sleep amplified – we’re co-sleeping, which inevitably means that Arthur still feeds at night, and realistically his sleeping pattern only gives … Continue readingWeek 22 & 23, 2019.

Week 16, 2019.

This past week has been lovely, but boy did it rush on by!   I feel extremely grateful for the long bank holiday weekend – despite working on Saturday – it’s been good to spend some quality time with my two favourite people. Bank holidays, … Continue readingWeek 16, 2019.

Week 12 & 13, 2019.

It’s April! Which means we’re a quarter of the way through 2019 already…  How can that be true?! Today I mostly want to report on a lovely birthday and Mother’s Day. I’ve been utterly spoilt and I appreciated it more than I can explain. On … Continue readingWeek 12 & 13, 2019.

Week 11, 2019.

For the past few weeks I’ve been mentally making a note of how things are, what we’ve been doing, what I’ve wanted to make a record of, so that I can post it here with minimal effort… This week I’ve not done that. Time has been … Continue readingWeek 11, 2019.

Week 10, 2019.

Last night was one of the worst nights of sleep I’ve had in a long time. Arthur started getting a bit chesty yesterday, which apparently was a precursor to a temperature and a constant flow of snot today. He’s active between, but is already on … Continue readingWeek 10, 2019.

Week 9, 2019.

This week has been a mixed bag. Things are moving along nicely with our house purchase – we’ve had a mortgage appointment with our lender and two meetings with our solicitors. It feels good that we’re still at the stage where we can see/feel progression … Continue readingWeek 9, 2019.