It’s been months and months since I wrote an Ordinary Moments post, I fell out of the habit and with time at a minimum it was one of those things that had to give.  Admittedly, recently, I’ve lost my way with this little blog of mine, lost sight of why I started it in the first place, trying to be something perhaps I’m not.  I’ve struggled with what to write, worried far too much about what audience I should be targeting and all of that took the enjoyment that I used to get from this.  So I’ve decided to stop… View Post

I am very excited, and proud, to be able to let you in on a little secret I have been keeping for the past few weeks.  We have been asked to become members of the Generation Graco panel and last weekend we made the journey down South to meet with the Graco team and the other ambassadors.  Over the next few months we were be trying out some of Graco’s latest products and also sharing with you our thoughts on their brand new Featherweight pushchair which weighs only 3.6 kg!! On Saturday the lovely Graco team showed us the products we will be reviewing,… View Post

And almost as soon as it began, it was over. Today was my last official day of maternity leave. I’m not in work tomorrow as Thursday is one of my days off but I am back to the day job on Friday.  The past 10 months have gone so quickly but it feels like G has always been here. Already those early newborn days seem a distant memory. We did have plans to go to the Trafford centre today, a potter around the shops, a bit of lunch but my baby boy has had a bit of a cold so… View Post

I was so excited to be able to join in with The Siblings Project when G was born and loved taking picture of them both together.  Towards the end of last year life got a bit busy and despite taking the photos, I didn’t actually get around to writing up my Siblings post.  Something I am quite annoyed about now as there will a gap in the monthly photos (I may go back and write up the posts in anyway, just for me!) The last Siblings post I wrote was back in September when G was three and a half… View Post