Pregnancy has highlighted the fact that I hide when I am scared, I have done since I was young. My method of choice is to become completely engrossed in books or series or general busy-work, but essentially I put off facing whatever it is until I can’t anymore. I have always said this is how […]
Since I was very little I have suffered from spontaneously dislocating kneecaps. Essentially if I put my foot down the wrong way or slip, my kneecap slips to the side of my leg and then pops back in causing enough pain that, as I have gotten older and my joints less flexible, I pass out, […]
This week has been a rollercoaster. All the fear and nerves built to fever pitch and then we went for our scan.
Apologies and thank you’s to those who expressed concern in my disappearing act – all is fine with me and the baby. We had our 12 week scan yesterday and discovered everything looks great and that we will be having a little girl (a whole new level of scary).
I have finally decided to do what I can to manage the porridge brain.
Things are definitely coming along nicely… I have started my research for the resources page, have had the Paint version of my logo (designed by me) polished up by a graphic designer on the Internet, have had hubby put together a forum, have set up my Facebook and Twitter accounts, have invited everyone to check […]
Yesterday was an amazing day with our first real scan, we saw 10 week old baby Miller (just the one much to hubby’s relief), heart beating strong, growing like a weed and all is well.
I have been working on a post about pregnancy symptoms the past 2 days – yes, they are many and varied. As you can probably tell, this is not that post. Although, it does touch on one of the symptoms I struggle quite a lot with – pregnancy/porridge brain depending on your preference.
So! Here we go… At 6 weeks pregnant I was very frustrated (as I am by most everything right now) by the lack of easily accessible resources and information on pregnancy and all things related to pregnancy specific to Cape Town. After hours of sifting through loads of mostly irrelevant information, I decided I wanted […]