It broke my heart when I realised how much my well being had impacted on his life and how he saw me – someone that did what she wanted and walked in and out of the house without a care in the world.
The Baby & Toddler Show, supported by Emma’s Diary, returns to the North West this March and with it comes all the shopping and expert advice new and expectant parents need to give their baby the best start in life.
So yes I used to see the TV and the ‘iPad’ as a high tech babysitter. Now I see it as a little sprinkle of fairy dust. An opportunity to have a hot cup of tea and to catch up on social media with a chocolate bar without hiding behind the kitchen cupboard.
Being in love is being able to call your partner in your darkest hour crying for no reason; screaming at them because you are frustrated with a situation and you don’t know what to do about it.
My husband had great pleasure in telling me that I officially have this condition. Mainly due to the fact I often tell him I want to punch him in the face when he eats dinner across from me at the table.
After the last few months, and the last few posts about how I have been feeling and what we have been going through, it is about time we turn a corner and look forward to an action packed 2017!
At the moment we haven’t even taken the sides off his cot yet. We will over the next few months, but he isn’t trying to jump out so why put unnecessary stress on things right now?