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OUR PLANS FOR SPRING!


So here we are again! We're here, it's Spring and it's cold. Well today wasn't too bad actually. We got in the garden and the kids didn't require coats. They've not been the most easiest kids today. Whiney, grumpy and rather hard work and everything seems to be going a little tits up in the house. So I'm stressed. There's this urge to Spring clean on one hand and the urge to blow the place up and forget about the mess too. 

Spring is my second favourite season. Autumn being number one. It's all about the nature side of things for me, the seasonal day trips, the colours, the photograph opportunities, the scents. Thats just me though.

SHAPING THEIR FUTURE


It's not until your child wanders into the lounge wearing your glasses saying "going to do work" that you realise that everything you say to your child is shaping their future. Recently my phrase on Brad's days off is "I'm going to do some work." I've been working really hard on my blog and YouTube channel and things as I am working towards becoming a work-from-home Mum. I have registered myself as self-employed and have started my photography business and am loving what I do; for the first time ever.

Now that I have two children I want to be home, watching them grow, and enjoying my life. I want them to know they can do whatever they put their mind to. Brad and I are shaping their future. We're setting an example and have to be the best we can be in order to show them how to be the best they can be.

WHAT IS IT LIKE TO BE DISNEY OBSESSED?


What is it like to be Disney obsessed? Well just take a spoon full of sugar, a sprinkle of pixie dust and wish upon a star and you'll get it. I mean, when I met Brad I never thought I'd have met someone who was just as Disney mad as me, and to raise the next generation of Disney lovers.
I first experienced Disney world when I was 16, I went with an old boyfriend and it truly is magical.

MARWELL ZOO - HAPPY BIRTHDAY ME


So this time last week I was waking up to a camera being shoved in my face and being told "APPY BIRFDAY MUMMY," It was cute though. Being 24 what better way to celebrate your birthday than a trip with your little family to the zoo. I mean I love the zoo and so do my children, so what a great trip to take. 
You get past a certain stage in life where you need to spend £50 at the bar for your birthday celebrations. I would much rather spend £50 at the zoo making memories I can actually remember the next day, and waking up with an achy body because of walking and not because of all the tequilla shots I'd downed the night before.

THE FEAR OF PASSING MY CONDITION ONTO MY DAUGHTER.


Although I always feared about passing a condition onto Lucas, I always had more of the fear of passing a condition onto my daughter, If I ever had one.
During Lucas' scans everything seemed absolutely fine, so I wouldn't want to push for any tests, even when he gets older, but with Iris it's something completely different. Although the scans said she looked fine, there's always something that niggles me with worry, so it's something I'll probably seek advice on from a medical professional as she gets older - I just don't think the scan is enough proof for me. I don't feel they could tell enough.

NEUTRAL FOR SENSITIVE SKIN

*This post is created in collaboration with Neutral however all views are my own*

Being a Mum, especially a Mum of two children with sensitive skin, it's important to find the best products for them. 
Lucas has the most sensitive skin and it truly breaks my heart. We struggle to use many bath products, washing products but most of all, baby wipes. 98% of the baby wipes on the market bring him out in the worst rash on his bum. Most brands we would only need to use once and he looks like someone has burnt his little bottom. He blisters immediately, it's horrendous. We have to buy pure water ones.