Little Miss H has an amazing imagination and is brilliant at independent play. She can happily bounce around her room for hours pretending to be a mermaid, princess, Octonaut or superhero. She likes to pretend that her My Little Pony toys are in trouble and that she has to leap to their rescue
In fact, only this morning she was Super Princess Mermaid Ariel and she had to rescue Rainbow Dash. Who had got stuck down a crevice (the side of Mummy and Daddy’s bed).read more
Well hello and welcome to the first “Mrs H’s 10 favourite things” post.
I have been meaning to start writing these posts for a while now.
I often discover fabulous Netflix programmes, a gorgeous new lipstick, a beautiful dress for Little Miss H or a cute babygrow for Little Mister H. And I have nowhere to rave about them.
That is why I am starting this monthly post. This month I am being a little sneaky and including some pregnancy items from May and June in my July round up.
And I am sorry that the post is so late. Who would have thought that having a 5 week old baby and a 3 year would be so time consuming?!read more
Little Mister H is one month old.
It is hard to believe that our sweet boy has been in our lives for only one month. I can’t remember what life was like before Little Mister H was part of our family.
I was sad that I never completed a baby book or made a record of Little Miss H’s development. So I have decided to record how Little Mister H changes from month to month. Starting at the very beginning with Little Mister H at one month old.read more
I always knew that Little Miss H would be an amazing sister. That she would be kind and gentle to her sibling. She would be concerned for their welfare and look out for them.
She would also boss her baby brother or sister about. Demanding that they play with her. Telling them which character they were playing in her imaginary games. Probably a Disney Princess or a My Little Pony.
She would read them stories, show them how to paint and teach them how to dance to “Shake it off.”
She would help me choose the clothes they would wear and bring me their nappies and milk when needed.
Then when they were older, I would find them laughing and chatting together. Or maybe rolling their eyes over something their embarrassing parents had done.
I knew that they would bicker and squabble but ultimately they would love one another. They would be siblings and they would be there for one another.read more
On Sunday, 10th July I was 38 weeks and three days pregnant. Although I still had 11 days until my due date I was beginning to wonder if Little Mister H was ever going to arrive.
Over the weeks my anxiety levels had grown. And I could not see the pregnancy ending happily.
And that weekend, I had begun to talk to Mr H about asking my midwife for a stretch and sweep.
I was worried about how apprehensive I was beginning to feel and I didn’t want to go into labour in a heightened state of anxiety.
But on Sunday, 10th July I felt more relaxed.read more
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