There’s simply so much I can rant about when it comes to the topic of social media. I myself grew up in the generation of social media. I believe I was in year 9 at school when I first joined Facebook and it was all fairly exciting at the time. Before that I had only ever had a “Bebo” account. I’m currently 24, an age where I’ve seen social media unfold like it has in front of my own eyes, however I am able to view it differently to lets say a 13 year old, who has grown up with social media always being around.
Reasons to smile: My baby shower.
– 24-06-2018 –
Such a beautiful day with friends and family celebrating the soon to be arrival of Baby Grice. Jack and I are completely overwhelmed with all the gifts & love. Our baby is so spoilt already!! Here’s my photos from my special day.
20.06.2018 – 37 Weeks Pregnant. Officially classed as “Full Term”
It seems like only yesterday that I saw those two lines on a pregnancy test and now here we are, 37 weeks along and officially classed as full term which means that the baby can come any day. With that being said, I’m a first time mum and I know in most cases babies are usually late and rarely ever come on their due date.
Everything about being a first time mum is daunting. The fear of the unknown leaves so many questions in your head, and what you need to pack in your hospital bag is definitely one of them, (and even knowing when to start packing it).
One of my many cravings whilst being pregnant has been the infamous “school dinner cake”. You know, that delicious spongy cake with icing ands sprinkles. My face would always light up when I saw them in the dinner queue. After searching the shops and failing to find them, I concluded that I’d just have to make them myself which soon became a bit of an addiction as I’ve made four lots within two weeks. (I shared the majority of it, don’t worry). I’ve played around and put my own touch on it and thought I would share the ingredients and instructions with those of you that want to make this yummy cake.
There is simply no hiding from the fact that sickness in pregnancy is common. In fact I don’t think a female can be sick in the morning without the world presuming they’re pregnant.
I found out I was pregnant on the 2nd November 2o17 after taking two positive pregnancy tests. I wasn’t actually surprised to see two very strong lines on each test. because by the time it came to taking the tests, I already knew I was pregnant and would’ve been more shocked and confused if it was negative. It is still hard to explain how I felt at the time. It was just really surreal. It wouldn’t sink it, (and it didn’t for quite a while).