WOW! This week has been so full on with 5:30am alarms, nursery drop offs and navigating public transport but I’m so excited to properly get stuck into it all next week.
This is my last week before starting uni and Emily’s 1st full week of nursery. Having this week to prepare for uni and get everything organised has been really handy and knowing that Emily is quite settled doing 4 half-days at nursery puts my mind at ease. (Even if I have had a little cry after drop-offs most mornings!)
If I cast my mind back to being pregnant I had such a distorted view of being a parent. It was all so theoretical and not very practical. I had no clue.
Now, where am I going with this…
When you have a baby, especially if it is your first, every man, their dog, their fish and their Aunt want to come round to see the new bundle of joy. However this is with little thought about how the Mum feels, leaking boobs, emotions all over and really just needing those precious moments to bond with the baby themselves.
‘Basically if I had another child I would do what I wanted, opposed to what (I thought) everyone else wanted.’
Fastly approaching the 1 year Anniversary of finding out I was pregnant, I thought I would share what the whole discovery was like (whilst I still remember.)
I know I am so lucky to be able to work from home, earning extra money to have ‘luxuries’ whilst missing out on minimal time with Emily but honestly there are downsides.
Recently I was provided the opportunity to review the above two products for InfaCare. InfaCare is ultra-mild and pH balanced with long-lasting bubbles, recommended by hospital midwives and healthcare professionals alike.
Just before I write my review I would like to make it clear I was NOT paid to do this review, I was simply sent two tester products (shown above) and asked to do a review in return, so I have no reason to be un-truthful, biased or deceitful.