Two weeks ago I went on a family outing to the Tasmanian Arboretum on the North West Coast. It was a a beautiful day and we had a great time. I had suggested it as I thought everyone would enjoy it and it is just a donation to get in. Lots of free space for…… Continue reading Family outing oppurtunity
I have been using the ‘Healthy Mummy Body Sculpting Lotion’ since I recieved it a few weeks ago (12th of March to be precise) and I love it! There are days where I do forget and believe me, I know about. I itch and itch and itch and unfortunately, in my last pregnancy a few…… Continue reading Pregnancy must have!
I went for my scan yesterday. I was so nervous going in as I have had bad experiences with second scans before (learning of my miscarriages…) but yesterday, I had tears of joy as I saw little bub and my heart has never felt so full. Baby Button (as my mum has called it) is…… Continue reading I see it!
In my post yesterday, Do I really look it?, I posted comparison pictures between June last year and yesterday. Now, looking back at it, I realized that to do a proper comparison, I should be wearing the same clothes. So here are the pictures from June 2018 and today, wearing the same clothes….
As 2018 comes to a close, I have decided to reflect on what a year I have had. I’ve hit rock bottom more times then I can count. My relationship has hit some of it’s lowest points. We have had 2 miscarriages within the space of 7 months, one of those required me to have…… Continue reading Time for reflection
Well, sorry I haven’t been as post-y as I probably should be. As I said in my previous post, Secret news on the downlow… , my partner and I are expecting (hopefully…) bub number 2 in the new year (End of July to be precise but anyhow…). Since that post I have seen the doctor…… Continue reading Whats been happening…
I’ve just been reading an article on the Huggies website about getting pregnant after miscarriage and came across something that I found rather interesting.Once the heartbeat shows on ultrasound, the chance of miscarriage is believed to just 10%. Once your doctor can hear the heartbeat with a Doppler, usually at around 11 – 12 weeks,…… Continue reading Statistically…