Our two nights of sleeping through were swiftly followed by teething hell. Teething hell then turned rapidly into poorly baby. LP has had a runny nose, cough, watery eyes, temperature and general ‘unwellness’ for a few days and I have spent my time giving her cuddles and dosing her up…

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As you all probably know, LP has never been the greatest where sleep is concerned. For the first few months she slept during the day for an hour or two at a time, waking for feeds and a little play time but at night she would be awake from about…

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As you may or may not know, Hubby works shifts. He works 6 days and then has 4 off. The 6 days he works are between 8 and 12 hours, and generally he leaves home an hour and a half before he starts work and gets home an hour and…

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We have officially started our search for a childminder. As I said in a previous post, we only need childcare for the times that Hubby and I are both working. This means that as Hubby works shifts, the days and times of the childcare will be different every week. This…

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Oooh I’ve never done this before! But I’ve been tagged, so will duly oblige! One of my Twitter/Blogging chums, Mushypea, wants to know where my five Happy Places are! Only 5?! I have to say that my Happy Places have changed since having LP. If you’d asked me this a…

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I thought I’d blog about my weekend. Yesterday, Saturday, a good friend of mine, M, came round with her daughter Z. We’ve known each other a few years and got married within 6 months of each other and had our Daughters 3 months apart. We now live about 35 miles…

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After yesterday’s post, I started thinking about the reality of returning to work but also the reality of when my fellow Mummy friends start returning to work. I am incredibly lucky and by the time I return to work I will have been off for 15 months. I am 9…

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