A month ago, a mother and father of three decided to go vegan. So obviously I bombarded them with questions ranging from their favourite dishes to issues of vitamin deficiency.
Hey guys! I hope you had a great Easter and a much-needed relaxing break. Our little family certainly did albeit with ridiculously early mornings because my kids are always up at the crack of dawn no matter the day or event. What I wouldn’t give for a lie-in. Anyway so current ramblings…
Lately I’ve been spending time sorting through photos and finally getting them printed. I go through phases where alot of my energy goes into worrying myself sick that Georgie and James won’t have any printed or digital memories of their lives as kids. That all the pictures I take and the videos I make will somehow be a waste. And then last night, just as I was about to start scrolling through my photos and ticking the boxes of all the ones I want to keep forever, I realised that I have already been doing something great for my babies.
Once our second little dude makes his appearance one thing everyone is certain of and they like telling me is that Georgie will become jealous. I beg to differ.
Of course I am aware that baby’s arrival will signify a massive change in Georgie’s life. Just as it will for papa and me. I find that to be absolutely normal. We will all struggle to adapt just like we would if we moved to Africa! Or something drastic like that!