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.
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.
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.
The past few weeks have been pretty difficult. Breastfeeding can be pretty draining at the best of times, but when you’re not well it feels like a whole new level of tiredness has been uncovered. Ouch. Team that with round-the-clock sinus pain (I’ve been popping … Continue readingWeek 8, 2019. (& week 7)
I started writing a blog post for this week, last week, thinking that I had an inkling of what was to come. I was wrong. Not entirely… But almost entirely wrong. One thing I definitely didn’t envisage was me grumbling to Jack about how I … Continue readingWeek 6, 2019.
January was a pretty busy month for our family. We celebrated Veganuary (something that I thoroughly enjoyed and I hope to celebrate again next year), celebrated lots of first birthdays, started earnestly looking for a new home and started making steps to putting our current … Continue readingWeek 5, 2019. (& weeks 4, 3 & 2)
We’re one week into 2019 already – how bizarre is that? I’ve become one of those people who makes small talk with cashiers about the year, or the day of the week… But genuinely, it surprises me. It’s 2019 and I am married with a … Continue readingWeek 1, 2019.
It happened! Our baby boy turned one year old last Friday, and we got to celebrate his special day with family. I still can’t believe it, but I figure that’s par for the course and will continue all the way up the double … Continue readingArthur is One!
I have been taking a daily self-portrait for over 10 years now, so when our son Arthur was born it felt natural to start taking a daily photo of him too! I’m picking one photo from each week to share here on my blog.