I said in a previous review that the material used by Messy Me would be much more suited to something like a splash-mat, bib or highchair cover than a changing bag. Well, since we're currently giving three meals a day with Isabelle, and therefore need something much easier to clean, I'm back here, reviewing their [...]
As you may already know with this blog, I like to keep things honest. So I'm going to start things off by saying this week started with me struggling. This isn't the first time since considering myself clear of postnatal depression that I've struggled, and I know that it won't be the last. Depression is [...]
I have no idea what leap six is, but apparently Isabelle is currently going through it. Rachel really likes to use this thing called The Wonders Weeks. It's not something I've really looked at too much, and it does cost you £1.99, but thus far it has been a very valuable tool in predicting when Isabelle will be going through leaps. And as such, a lot of her normal patterns, especially the night ones, will be disrupted.
So that's 2017 inches away from being in the rear view mirror, and since I seemingly like to write nonsense for very little reason other than the fun of writing, I thought I'd talk a little bit about 2017. If you're not very excited about that prospect, then here are some cute pictures of cats if you feel that more up your street. Also, if you're thinking about taking up a New Year's Resolution, then I happen to have a post about it.
Well, after a pretty long day, and a much longer Christmas Eve, we're done and dusted with Isabelle's first Christmas. Overall, it was probably as good as I could've hoped it would go. But before I carry on, I will start all of this off by saying I don't generally like Christmas all that much. I'm not some mean spirited Grinch type person, but a lot of my depression stems from something that happened very near to Christmas nine years ago.
Well, this time next week, as you're probably very well aware, it will be Christmas Eve. And as such, I won't be blogging. I try not to allow this blog to impact on my family time as much as I can; of course, it can't fully be avoided. If I want to run this blog, which I very much do, I have to find time to write. But doing it on Christmas Eve is where I draw the line.