Standing Boy!

Standing Boy!

Little Man is unstoppable. First he learnt to sit at Christmas, the following month he learnt to crawl and now all he wants to do is stand up! He can’t get to standing by himself yet but if we put him there he’ll stand with his weight firmly on his feet – He loves nothing more than standing up!

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A to Z of Me

TA Do

I’ve seen a lot of other bloggers doing the A-Z of Me meme but don’t have a clue where it started – sorry! If anyone knows please let me know and I’ll amend this with credit.

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LP’s Blossoming Vocabulary

Pink Lining Review: Picture Satchel and Ladybird Bedtime Stories Book

LP is now 26 months and she has only really been talking properly for the last couple of months, before that it was odd words and over the last week or so she’s started to string sentences together.

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Little Mr ‘Walker’

Little Mr 'Walker'

Our Little Man has been getting more and more frustrated over the last few weeks at not being able to do very much – he tries to roll but doesn’t get very far and the most mobile he has been is pivoting around in a circle on his playmat!

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Little Man’s Teething Hell

First Tooth

Little Man had been out of sorts for a little while – grouchy, snotty, waking up even more often that usual through the night. He had turned into ‘someone else’s baby’ – the one that winges solidly and never settles, cries constantly and won’t let you put them down. Our Little Man wasn’t a baby we recognised.

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Next Step… X-Factor!

LP has always taken her time learning new words. Her first word, at a year old, was Dog. But not just for dogs – it progressed to any animal. Cats were dogs, cows were dogs, horses were dogs. Everything was a dog.

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Sunny Sundays with Friends

Athena Chocolate Face

I’m at a point in life where I am feeling incredibly content with the way things are.

I have two beautiful children, an amazing Husband, a house that will forever be our home and I really couldn’t ask for more.

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