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Sunday Stars – 10/04/2016

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Welcome back to Sunday Stars! This linky is designed to give bloggers a place to share their favourite posts; old and new. If there is a post that you are particularly proud of or a post that you feel did not receive the love it deserved then please link it up. We would love you to join us.…

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Pregnancy after baby loss

24 weeks pregnant – a huge milestone

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Last Thursday, Thursday 31st March 2016, was quite a momentous day for me. It was the day I turned 24 weeks pregnant. It was the day that our baby became viable. A horrible term. But a milestone that means a huge amount to me and to Mr H. It was a day that I believed would never come. I know that we still have a long way to go until our baby boy is safely here. 16 weeks and counting. However, getting this far in…

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Our home

Changing our house with a loft or basement conversion

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We moved into our three bedroom terraced house back in August. Since then, the house has remained untouched. We haven't even gone near it with a paint brush. Our little home could be amazing. There is huge potential. But if we are going to make changes then we need to do it properly. We need to consider all our options. So over the past few months various surveyors, builders and heating specialists have looked over our house and provided us with…

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Recipes

Easter (very rocky) Rocky Road recipe

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On Easter Sunday we plan to do an Easter egg hunt for Little Miss H. So earlier this week, I headed into our local Sainsbury's and bought a plethora of chocolate treats. I may have over done it. Since then, Little Miss H has been given some more huge Easter eggs. So to prevent our darling daughter from having the biggest sugar high known to man, I decided to create a recipe to use up some of this chocolate. And to…

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Little Mister H Pregnancy after baby loss

Rainbow wish list for a baby boy

A collection of clothing for a new born baby boy featuring rainbows or beautiful bright rainbow colours _ includes clothes from Frugi, Jojo Maman Bebe and Cath Kidston - with the title "Rainbow wish list for a baby boy" - Mrs H's favourite things

When I gave birth to Little Miss H, I didn't know that she was my Rainbow Baby. I didn't know what the term meant. A Rainbow Baby, is a baby that is born after miscarriage, still birth, neonatal loss or other baby loss. It refers to the bright and beautiful rainbows that appear in the sky after a storm. The rainbow doesn't pretend that the storm never existed. Instead the rainbow shines all the brighter because it has followed a moment of…

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Fashion Reviews

Finding the perfect coat with Trespass

A woman stands in front of the grounds of a stately home, she has a warm winter coat by Trespass on, with the hood up and accessorised with a navy scarf _ includes the title "Finding the perfect coat with Trespass" _ Mrs H's favourite things

I love taking Little Miss H out to play in the sunshine. And as a family, one of our favourite ways to spend a Saturday is to go to a park, wood or stately home. Even when the weather is cold or wet, we bundle ourselves into out warm coats and head out doors. Time in the fresh air always blows away the cobwebs and puts us all in a better mood. But to make sure that we can get out of the…

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