This week’s Baby size as fruit or vegetable: a bunch of leeks (these are becoming ever more tenuous) Pregnancy symptom of the week: Feeling like a Transit van I’m having to combine the last two weeks of updates into one here – I have literally no idea where time is going or what I’m doing… Continue reading 31 & 32 weeks: playing catch up
I love the buzz that inevitably comes with the blog award season. It’s our chance to celebrate what we do and why we do it and it’s brilliant to see so many lovely bloggers having the confidence to shout about how great their site is, whether they have 100 or 10,000 followers. I always feel… Continue reading the MAD blog awards 2015: last chance saloon
This week’s Baby size as fruit or vegetable: Aubergine (again, somehow, as it also was apparently at 23 weeks. I suppose it depends on the size of your aubergine) Pregnancy symptom of the week: Disturbed sleep (due to enormo-bump, being too warm and having vivid dreams) This week saw a big day in my antenatal… Continue reading 28 weeks: how does my little one grow?
This week’s Baby size as fruit or vegetable: Cantaloupe melon Pregnancy symptom of the week: Blooming bump! The last couple of weeks have simply flown by and I’m getting a real feeling that pregnancy is running away with me. Bump is still expanding nicely (to the point where someone said I was ‘blooming’ this week,… Continue reading 21 & 22 weeks: Blooming with #BlogBumpClub
This week’s Baby size as fruit or vegetable: Peach Pregnancy symptom of the week: Round ligament pain (ouch) After all the excitement of last week’s big announcement, it’s back to business as usual this week. I’m feeling so much more relaxed than I have been in recent weeks and seem to be shaking off the… Continue reading 14 weeks: feeling peachy
I couldn’t let today go by without a little festive message to all you lovely people, as I have a lot to be thankful for this year. I am lucky to have a wonderful family, a job that I enjoy, and have been given amazing opportunities like writing my column for the Chronicle, which has… Continue reading merry christmas everyone
My mum said something to me yesterday that really made me think. I was sitting with my parents and Little Man in the spectator stands at Gateshead Stadium, cheering on the drizzle-soaked runners making a torturous circuit of the athletics track before crossing the finish line of the Great North 10k, a race I had… Continue reading ‘all of this’: taking the unexpected path