The first time I had a cesarean section, it was all very rushed and unexpected and I wasn't prepared in any way. I hadn't even contemplated that my daughter would be born any other way than vaginally. My son- four years later was also born via C-section so I now wear my war wounds like … Continue reading Cesarean Sections – What no one tells you
We had a major break-through in our house this weekend. We can eat jam guilt free, without all the refined sugars that the shop bought jams often contain. I must admit, I've never gone down the jam making path before. Buying loads of strawberries to yield such a small quantity of jam has never appealed to … Continue reading Chia Berry Jam Bars
April is currently Cesarean Awareness Month which is an issue that resonates so heavily with me and one I feel we all need to be more aware of. There is still, unbelievably so much incorrect information, misguided thoughts and opinions out there surrounding C-Section births. As you may already know, both my children were born by … Continue reading Cesarean Awareness Month
Oh, how pleasant and enjoyable is life when the sun is shining? Here in the UK it’s an unprecedented balmy 25°C and I’m sat in my garden relishing in this rare April sunshine, whilst the hubster is prepping a BBQ. I know its not going to last, but who cares; it means summer is just … Continue reading How to Survive a Summer Pregnancy
Wow, what a day it’s been....So I was pottering around at home, having a kick about in the garden with my eighteen month old son, okay he was kicking the ball at me whilst I was trying to hang some washing out, but still - there was a ball, grass and a fair amount of … Continue reading Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Blogging and not giving up.