#Blogtober Day 8: My Favourite TV Programmes

Hmm, this is where I have to admit all of my guilty TV viewing pleasures, isn’t it? I don’t watch a huge amount of television, and what I do watch tends to be via Netflix or catch up TV. I’m not a fan of daytime TV, which tends to be the only time I actually get to watch any. This is usually with Little M asleep on me, while I… View Post

#Blogtober Day 7: Why I started blogging

I started blogging in September 2015 to save my marriage. Okay, so maybe that’s a slight exaggeration. But hubby and I were newly married and had just started trying to conceive. Now, you should understand that when I have something on my mind, I feel the need to talk about it. A lot. So poor hubby had to listen to me going on and on about ovulation, fertility trackers, ovulation… View Post

#Blogtober Day 6: My favourite birthday present ever!

This is an easy one. My favourite birthday present ever is… …a pregnancy test! Last year, on my thirty-second birthday, hubby and I were doing some shopping and popped into Boots (I forget the main purpose). While we were there, I asked if we could buy a pregnancy test. My period was due anytime that weekend and as we had been trying, I wanted to take a test. Now, this… View Post

Meet the Parents – Advice for New Mummies and Daddies from EmsLF

Welcome back to my blog series Meet the Parents, where a different blogger each week gives their advice to new and expectant parents. This week we welcome Emma who blogs at A Few of my Favourite Things. Tell me a bit about you, your blog and your family. I work part-time in marketing and have been blogging in one way or another for over a decade. My current blog started… View Post

#Blogtober Day 5: When I grow up…

Day five of Blogtober is all about the career that I had planned for myself, as a child. When I was at school, high school particularly (because no one seemed bothered at junior school), I had a reputation as being a massive geek. I think the ‘popular’ kids thought I spent my whole life with my head in a book. I’m not entirely sure what gave them this impression (okay,… View Post