My son had his first severe allergic reaction at 6 months and just before his first birthday he had anaphylaxis and we nearly lost him. Continue reading
I’m always so surprised of the things Arren learns while we don’t notice. It’s a big reminder of the important things to teach our children, by not teaching them and by just doing. Continue reading
I‘m holding on to these two a little closer, since Monday. Have you ever had something so traumatising happen that it shook your entire soul? That was me on Monday. Continue reading
When you first find out your pregnant you start scrutinising everything you have in your house, wondering if it is safe for your unborn baby, but when your baby starts crawling you really look at everything in your house like the death traps they are. Baby proofing becomes a necessity when your cute little immobile baby becomes a slow moving menace.
A whole 8 months with Arren. I can’t believe this spunky little boy is getting older by the day, and getting more and more personality by the second. Continue reading
We had all these plans to take Arren to the park and take him for a walk along the promenade, but our last minute add on, turned into the only thing we ended up doing. Rhodes memorial blew my mind, the view from this colossus of a monument is incredible.
I’m not the best sharer in the world, I have a really difficult time sharing food with people. I’ve been known to throw a bowl of food away, because someone grossly took a bite out of it, but I did share my body for 9 months with my baby and even though I’m a bad sharer, I’ve created the best little sharer around. Continue reading
I was very apprehensive about baby led weaning, I feel like every new parent is. We are all trying to do our best, and expecting our baby to have control of their food and swallowing ability is scary. Continue reading
Arren is starting to look like a little boy everyday and I have to say……It’s bumming me out so much. Continue reading
One thing I’ve learned from having a baby that just hates being in the car, is that bribery works. A short car ride can go from being reasonably happy in his car seat, that usually last for less than 5 minutes, to what kind of torture is this. Because of that I usually go out with a bag of bribes. What’s in this bag? Toys, food, begging and a whole lot of singing. When none of that works its time to pull over and let Arren stretch his legs. On one of those days, Arren lucked out and we stopped at a park and he had his very first swing.