September has been a month filled with play centres, parks, friends and lots of laughter. We’ve met friends most weeks, rode bikes most days and enjoyed the last bits of good sunshine we think this year has to offer. Continue reading “Our September 2015”
Recently, I have thought more and more about having another baby. Giving P a sibling like the majority of her friends have got. A brother or a sister that she can dote on. I like the idea of it, I like that she’d have somebody else to turn to and I like the idea of being a family of 4.
This week, we’ve had a pretty busy week. Morning’s have been pretty full on, so organisation has been key. With the weather so hit and miss, layering and winter coats are definitely part of our routine now.
P had preschool on Monday, whilst I ran a babygroup with a friend to try and keep our local children’s centre open.
Continue reading “What P wears… #2”
Every month on lifethroughrosieslens, I want to bring to you our wishlist, things we’d love to own, things we can only hope one day we could own and things that generally are fabulous.
Here is our September wishlist…
Since becoming a Mummy, I have learnt a lot. I’ve learnt to be patient, be prepared and most of all I’ve learnt to trust my instincts. Everybody parents in their own way, there really is no wrong or right way. Breast/bottle, dummy/no dummy, routine/no routine, non are wrong. You do what you feel best. Below are 5 of the things i’d tell any pregnant woman.
P’s wardrobe can only be described as bulging. Girly, floral and yummy dresses adorn her wardrobe pole, my wardrobe and D’s wardrobe. It’s a running joke with my friends, P only wears dresses, dresses and socks or dresses and tights. I don’t particularly like leggings/jeans/shorts.
Every parent thinks that their child is beautiful and why shouldn’t they. Every child is in there own way. Today, I bit the bullet and signed P up to a model agency. Lots of people have told me she’d be great, but I’m apprehensive. Have no idea what to expect, so I suppose we’ll have to wait and see. No matter what I’ll always think she’s perfect.