Keeping Your Home Safe

One thing we always struggle with, is home security. As a anxious person, it is something I often think about. We don’t actually own our property, so we can’t install a complicated security system, that doesn’t mean that we don’t want to make sure our home is as safe as it can possibly be. When you have a child, these things seem to become more important, and you think of it often. There are a few ways to keep your home safe, without actually making any changes toy our home. Here are just a few ways..

24 Weeks Pregnant [Baby Number 2]

Due Date: June 28th, 2017

Mood: My moods are up and down, sometimes I feel absolutely fine, other times I feel like a complete wreck. Luckily I don't seem to be suffering with antenatal depression like I did with Emily, and I'm putting that down to the fact I have Emily this time around, I can concentrate on her when things feel a little tough.

Teletubbies Clip-Ons

Emily has recently developed a huge love for Teletubbies, to be honest I think she has seen nearly all of the episodes on BBC iplayer now. I remember Teletubbies from when I was younger, although they have changed quite a bit since then. Can you believe that the Teletubbies are celebrating their 20th year anniversary this year!

Changing Bag Wish List

It dawned on me recently, with another baby on the way I am going to have more stuff to carry about - as if I didn't have to carry enough stuff already. So I thought why not have a little look for a new changing bag, changing bags can be quite pricey at the best of times, but I believe you pay for what you get. Before Emily was born I paid for a pink lining changing bag (I think it was between £60-70) but it is still going strong. It's worn in a few places but apart from that it works perfectly. 
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