Photo by Jess Bailey Designs on Pexels.com It’s a truth (almost) universally acknowledge that as parents we can find something to feel guilty over in any nook or cranny. At the risk of sounding controversial or blasé there’s one area where I don’t feel any guilt whatsoever. I don’t feel guilty that I’m a c-section… Continue reading Being a C-Section Mum
As I was so overwhelmed by the positive pregnancy test and trying to keep myself grounded during this pregnancy, I haven’t kept a diary of my thoughts so this is a reflection of how we got through the days, weeks and months of the roller coaster that is pregnancy after neo natal death. Usual trigger… Continue reading My Second Rainbow Pregnancy
As Ophelia’s temperature spiked for the second time in just over a week, we went into 14 days self-isolation a week before the order came for everyone to stay at home. Andrew and I have also had really bad colds recently too which have left us wondering if we’ve been in contact with it or,… Continue reading Lockdown Life
…. Well sort of. In my last post I wrote about how I like the umph that a New Year brings but that’s as positive as I can really get about January. Despite it feeling quicker than most years; I’m still glad for it to be February tomorrow. I probably (definitely) wasn’t entirely honest… Continue reading Beating the January Blues….
A few ponderings about a whole 10 years of Claire and Andrew. This is my take; I’m sure Andrew will put his version at some point….probably. The summer of 2019 saw the occasion of Andrew and I being together for 10 years. Now bearing in mind I hadn’t celebrated an anniversary with any boyfriend… Continue reading A decade of Team McFowkes