Silent Sunday. One photo, taken in the last week. No words. To see more great pictures search for the #SilentSunday hashtag on Twitter
We live in the town of Sandbach, which is a wonderful, lively South Cheshire market town, just off the M6. One of the things I love about the town is the number of events that are organised throughout the year – the most well-known of which is our Transport Festival, held in the spring. We […]
I don’t know if it’s that I’m more aware of the milestones second time around, or if they’re more noticeable in the geekson than they were in the geekdaughter. Maybe it’s that I know I won’t be having any more children, and so I’m taking the time to enjoy each stage this time around, rather […]
The geekson has learned to clap his hands together. And as with all new things, now that he’s learnt it he is now doing it all the time. It made feeding him his lunch today extremely challenging, I can tell you!
I have no idea where the time has gone, but the geekson is now 9 months old, and I have to start preparing for my return to work in 3 months’ time. I knew from when I started my maternity leave that although I wanted to stay off work for the whole of the geekson’s […]
I don’t know if it’s because I know what I’m looking for this time around, or because things are more obvious with the geekson than they were with the geekdaughter. Perhaps my state of mind is better, who knows. Whatever it is, I am loving watching the geekson grow and learn. I wanted to share […]
I’ve always followed the Cuddledry ladies with interest. I remember watching the episode of Dragon’s Den back in 2007 when two mums, Helen and Polly, pitched their unique baby towel to the panel of investors. They did really well, had several offers of the money they were looking for, but all wanting much larger shares […]
No parent ever wants to see their child like this. This picture is of the geekson, at just 2 weeks old, in the High Dependency Unit of our local hospital. He spent a total of 5 days in hospital, including 24 hours in the HDU with nil by mouth. Babies don’t understand nil by mouth. […]