At this time in my life I am on a very tight budget, with not much work around for freelancers and with having to look after my 11 month old son any extra pennies I can save is a grand thing.
My friend told me once that his sister has a weekly meal planner, its up on her fridge. To me at the time this seemed very dull, if not a bit anal. Why would you want to have such structured meals? No room for creativity, fun or spontaneity, just quite b o o o r i n g really. Well thats what I thought I thought, until i came across an article about family meals, it sounds like having a predictable weekly meal plan really could make life on a budget much easier. Well, we are all allowed to change our minds aren’t we…
…i’ll let you know how I get on.
(And please share your own results!)
Links: Family meal planing, easy recipies allrecipes.co.uk, for veggies, Tesco will work it out for you
I was sick this morning! Hurrah. My baby isn’t going to be ill and stupid after all!!
Links: New Scientist (scroll down for comments from mums ALL say its bull!), The Telegraph, tips on coping with morning sickness, more advice babycentre.co.uk
Hello, well not sure what to write but here i go...
Apparently I am MASSIVE.
At barely 12 weeks this comment does not sit well with me.
Apparently there is no way I can hide it anymore.
And there’s me thinking I was doing well still squeezing my sausage legs into my skinny jeans.
Up at 5 last night drinking gallons of milk.
May account for my MASSIVE belly this morning
I stumbled across this article which I wish to share –
We all want our children to do well, but how we praise their efforts can be crucial in helping them feel good about themselves and their achievements. Dr Clare Bailey explains. More useful family things can be found on Families online and on http://www.parentingmatters.co.uk/
I teach developmental baby massage, this style of baby massage combines massage and movements (soft gymnastics), encouraging you and your baby to relax and have fun together. Regular practice helps build your confidence and will help ease birth trauma, colic, constipation and more. It can help relax babies with reflux (it helped my son).
Massage works muscles and the joints, increases flexibility, you learn a lovely skill for life. I teach small groups in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere with high personal attention. Organic baby massage oil and drinks provided.
Written materials provided and certificate on course completion. 25% discount on all soothe-me products while on course.
Bow Quarter E3
Mondays 2-3pm, Tuesdays & or Fridays 10-11am
Price: 4 week course £55, booking essential
Organic oil is provided for the class, and refreshments, please bring a towel for baby to lie on.
Mum, Dad & Baby Massage workshops
2 x 1hr sessions at your home, please inquire
Private group bookings
I come to your home to teach a group of you. Prices will depend on how many in your group.
Private one to one workshops available on request.
for further info to book call Suzie: +44 (0)7721 610 574