Monday, 9 May 2011

I'm back with a muslin cloth and nappies everywhere......



 Well, it has been a while!!! In the last 3 months or so, i have given birth to a beautiful baby girl called Molly. I will spare you the gory details of labour but to make a long story short: it bloody killed!!

She was 2 weeks early, so came as a bit of a surprise, but 2 days after my baby shower! I reckon she just wanted to play and wear all her new lovely gifts!!

So my reasoning for not posting.....I have a 3 month old baby!  would love to be one of those people who get little sleep, look after their little one and still look gorgeous and organised, however this has not been me. I spent the first month living in my 'fat pants'!! Thankfully, things are getting easier and i am getting back to my old size....FINALLY!!!

So, now i am back, i will honestly try and find the time to keep posting and reviewing. If your pregnant and reading this, i hope you appreciate my honesty when it comes to babies. They are hard work but absolutely life-changing. Never known love like it.

TIP OF THE DAY: You can never have too many muslin cloths!!!!! 

                                        
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4 comments

  1. Congrats on the baby!
    I agree, Muslin clothes are a life saver! You can even use them as an emergency nappy, they have so many uses and should always be within arm's reach. ;)

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  2. Thank you Helen. Your right, they are a life saver. We have about 15, and still seem to get through them all in one day.

    Thank you for following. Enjoy!

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  3. Congratulations!! Toasting you with a glass of red! Just found you through BMB, love the blog! Can't wait to here about your new mummy adventures! And a little something I've learned along the way, Just laugh, It's not as tough as it sometimes feels! Nat

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  4. Thank you Nat...i hope i can carry on entertaining you. I am learning the art of laughing and less stressing. Thank you again. Now where is my red wine?? ahh bliss.

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