A letter to my daughter at 7 months old

A letter to my daughter at 7 months old

Dear Autumn,

I say this every month, but time is going much too fast! It seems barely any time has passed since I was writing a letter to you at 6 months old! You’re so big now, it hurts my back to carry you. Nanny found my book from when I was a baby and you weigh around 3lbs more than I did when I was your age!

What a good girl. When you came out of hospital after being seriously ill, I kept telling you to drink your milk. I told you that it would make you grow big and strong! Here we are almost half a year later and you’re doing so well. View Post

Baby girls' clothes I'm crushing on – March/April 2017

Baby girls' clothes I'm crushing on – March/April 2017

I thought after writing Baby girls’ clothes I’m crushing on – February 2017, it’d probably be a little while before I’d be doing one of these posts again. However, so many shops have brought out lovely new clothes over the last month and I couldn’t resist doing another round-up of what I’ve seen!

You can find all these clothes and more baby clothes I love on my Baby Style board on pinterest (please give me a follow while you’re there!)

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Our Sleep Routine – World Sleep Day

Our Sleep Routine – World Sleep Day

I love sleep, don’t you? Unfortunately, it’s something that most new parents are lacking in – unless you’re one of the lucky few! As it’s World Sleep Day today, I thought I’d discuss our sleep routine with Autumn with you.

Once we got back from the hospital after her operation, we started a sleep routine (she was 6 weeks old then). From what I’ve heard, it doesn’t sound like sleep routines work with all babies and each person/couple has to tailor it to their needs. However, this is what we do: View Post

I hated my daughter's name

I hated my daughter's name

When you’re pregnant you spend hours looking at baby names with your partner, trying to pick the perfect one for your unborn child. My husband and I were no different; hours were spent searching the internet looking for inspiration. So, it pains me to say that for a period of time, I couldn’t stand my daughter’s name, despite the fact that I was the one who had chosen it. Hearing her name made me flinch; I felt like I wanted to change it to something else…

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