A new born baby has a small field of vision, approximately 6-8 inches, which is roughly the distance from their caregivers face as they are feeding them or giving them a cuddle. While much
While Rupert was was taking an afternoon nap yesterday, I made my way out in to the garden to set up an eggcellent Easter egg hunt for when he woke up. It turned out to
Yesterday early evening we decided to take a chance with the temperamental weather we had throughout the day, skip the bedtime routine, pack up the car and make our way down to the Sussex Coast.
Four months have passed by since our beautiful baby boy Rupert came and forever changed our lives, where on earth did that time go? I am enjoying every second with him, watching him grow and
When Rupert arrived six weeks early (birth story HERE), I was unprepared for what the fourth trimester had in store. Not one to sugar coat things, it was tough. I am still displaying some of
Before Rupert’s arrival (Birth Story HERE), I had never considered babywearing as a “thing”. I somewhat naively just assumed it would be practical to have a carrier for walking the dogs. It had therefore not
In an ideal world, Rupert and I would be out visiting our loved ones, doing lots of cake tasting, National Trusting and spending more time outside. Yet we are in a time where the world
As an avid reader I picked up more than a few baby related reads during my pregnancy. Being aware that some of our readers are expecting (congratulations), I wanted to share with you a shortlist