So tonight's called for family dinner. Gran and papa (Scott's mum and dad) came round to say hello for a while and we made dinner whilst they spent time with monkey. It was Scott's turn to pick dinner so carbonara was on the menu. Now I'm just gonna say that in no way am I… Continue reading Dinner time!
Mealtimes are a beautiful balance of fun, chaos an anxiety in this house. I'm pretty sure it's the same in most households. Parents are anxious about weather the kids are consuming enough and when they are it's a worry that it's enough of the good stuff. The kids like to sing you the song of… Continue reading Mealtimes
The one thing you can't ever have too many of is on the go snacks for your little one. Hunger strikes at the most unexpected times and it's usually when you are standing in a que the length of argyle Street and a good 20 minutes from any real source of food. We always have… Continue reading So many snacks!
Some nights we all get together and make dinner as a family. After a particularly awful week (for me, baby has been great) family good night is precisely what I needed. Tonight's concoction was sweet potato curry. Little miss had great fun trying to peel a sweet potato with a spoon whilst daddy and I… Continue reading Dinner time!
So yesterday marked babies first sleepover at her gran and papas. It also marked my first public breakdown. This sleepover was planned for a little over a fortnight. I knew it was coming but it didn't ease the anxiety any. I've held off this long mainly out of selfishness. I've not been ready. I cherish… Continue reading First sleepover!
A big part of your day when out with other mums is spent talking about what baby consumes. Breast or formula? Purees or lumps? Homemade or premade? Spoon fed or baby led? Everyone wants to know. Some of us ask out of curiosity as to what challenges you are facing (because I can't be the… Continue reading Feeding baby.