Hello and welcome to my little piece of the blogosphere. It is lovely to see you here and I do hope that you’ll stick around for a while.
I’m Lucy; otherwise known as Mrs H.
I am the wife of Mr H and a stay-at-home mummy to Little Miss H. We all live in the beautiful town of Tunbridge Wells in Kent.
I began to write this blog in March 2012. I had just returned to work after being signed off for 3 months because of a relapse in my depression.
I started to attend weekly cognitive behavioural therapy sessions. During these appointments, I learnt the importance of focusing on the things in my life that make me happy. I went home that night and created Mrs H’s Favourite Things. Since then this blog has changed many times to reflect the many changes in my life.
In May 2013 I became a mummy to Little Miss H. And Mr H and I entered the terrifying but wonderful world of parenting. After three recurrent miscarriages, I am now pregnant with our second rainbow baby. Little Mister H will be joining our family in July 2016.
I blog about being a mother, the moments in life that make me smile, charities and charity campaigns that I am passionate about and anything else that takes my fancy. I also write honestly about my experiences of having long-term depression, recurrent miscarriages and how it feels to be pregnant after miscarriage.
More about me
If you would like to know even more about me then please take a look at this video that Mr H produced in November 2015. At the time, I was in the very early stages of my pregnancy with Little Mister H.
My most popular posts
If you are new to my blog then you may like to read my most popular posts:
- Living with long-term depression: deciding to become a parent
- Your current behaviour has got to stop!
- Girls, get out of the storm
And here are a few of my favourite posts:
Becoming Mrs H
Being Mrs H
Becoming a mummy – Little Miss H
Becoming a mummy for the second time – Little Mister H is due in July 2016
If you like what you’ve read then you can follow me on Bloglovin’. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+and Pinterest. I have also recently started a YouTube channel and I’m really enjoying the process of making videos and vlogs.
Please pop along and say “hello”. It would be lovely to chat.
I hope to see you again soon.