Penny’s {DDH} Story {Part 2}

{Read Part 1 of Penny’s DDH Story here} We went back into hospital for an ultrasound scan of Penny’s hips a couple of weeks after her Pavlik Harness was fitted which confirmed she had moderate Developmental Dyslasia of the Hip {DDH} in her right hip and severe in her left. Although they were repeating whatContinue reading “Penny’s {DDH} Story {Part 2}”

Dear {you} | {by Natalie Trice}

This month the blog will be focusing on Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip {DDH}. DDH is a subject very close to my heart – as some of you may know my daughter Penny was diagnosed at birth {more on Penny’s story coming soon}. This week I’m excited to share a guest post by Natalie Trice,Continue reading “Dear {you} | {by Natalie Trice}”

The end of {maternity} leave

And just like that I’m in the final week of my maternity leave {blub}. How has {nearly} 9 months passed already? It literally feels like yesterday that I was happily mooching around with a huge pregnant belly, preparing to welcome our new baby and turning my brain to “out of office”. Am I ready toContinue reading “The end of {maternity} leave”

Preparing for {change}

Last week was National school allocation day for primary aged children in the UK. Even though we knew the boys would start school this year, had visited numerous schools prior to submitting our choices and knew allocation date was coming, receiving the email confirming their place really hit home that huge changes are upon us.Continue reading “Preparing for {change}”

The Big {Pink} Jumper

Truth be told I’ve not been feeling particularly pukka lately. Big changes are looming; with the end of my maternity leave playing heavily on my mind and an overwhelming list of jobs I’d hoped to complete before going back to work paralysed by procrastination/mummy life {see The Art of {Completion}}. On Saturday I was presentedContinue reading “The Big {Pink} Jumper”