Being a first time parent is hard enough, let alone being sent back to hospital two days after being discharged. Jaundice is rubbish but it could have been 100 x worse and we are just so happy that it was a fairly easy fix!
The first three months of being Mummy to Harper summed up in one blog post, from the first weeks to her sleeping & feeding pattern. Loving every day but wishing time would slow down!!
It’s so hard to make sure you have thought about everything & have bought / packed everything you will need for such a young baby when travelling abroad. So Iv put together a quick list of my ‘essential’ items whilst on holiday in Spain. We had the most amazing time & had everything Harper needed so didn’t need to panic!
There is so much stigma around baby’s immunisations / jabs & I was dreading it. Here I write about what it was actually like for us and my feelings throughout the process. I surprised myself & Harper.. well she’s definitely our little soldier!!
Moving into a bigger house was a god send, Harper got her very own nursery & I got to have the best time decorating it! We have done our best to make it warm and cosy for her & cannot wait for her to start using it!
All baby’s are different, with their own unique ways and little characters.. so when your a first time mum and your being told ‘what it’s like’ just know that it won’t always be the same. It is good to know what others go through though, so here are 10 random things that I have learnt in the first 7 weeks of motherhood!
As promised I have written part two of my long birth story for you all… I have to admit, when we finally got to the labour ward Harper’s birth went so smoothly. I can’t complain at all, about any of it! Not sure I’d do it again in a hurry but for now we are loving the ‘newborn bubble’ that we are in & our beautiful little girl was so so worth it!