I was incredibly anxious while pregnant due to having a miscarriage the year before. Sustaining the pregnancy each and every day for the whole 42 weeks I was pregnant was a huge achievement for me. This overshadowed what I actually imagined being a mum was going to be like as I was so focused on the pregnancy, so when J was born it hit me like a ton of bricks!
I am in my 5th year of being a mummy now, and this means I have had probably more than my fair share of pushchairs!! I went through phases with both the boys of swapping and changing our pushchair quite frequently, much to my husband’s annoyance! We are on baby number 3 now though and that is no longer financially or physically possible (I don’t have the time to be worrying about getting all different pushchairs now!!). We needed a pushchair that will last right up until our little lady no longer needs it.
Inspired by a recipe by Claire Witt (thewittfamily on YouTube) I decided to go ahead and attempt these myself! I used slightly different ingredients though so I will list below what I used.
🍌 5 mashed bananas
🍫 1 large free range egg
🍌 75ml olive oil
🍫 175ml semi skimmed milk
🍌 250g self raising flour
🍫 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
🍌 200g chocolate chips
As a mummy of 3, I have had 3 very different breastfeeding experiences and I thought I would share them all in this blog post.
I found a useful breastfeeding questionnaire which I feel covers all the aspects I wish to cover so I will go ahead and answer the questions.
Hello! I was in two minds whether to write about this as my first “proper” blog post but I feel writing about it now while it is all still fresh in my mind will not only help me but also make my post as accurate as possible.
My name is Laura, I’m 26 years old, wife to Andy and a very proud mummy to Jack, Oscar and Emilia.