Those first 13 weeks went incredibly slowly because we had hurdles to cross. We didn't tell our families until we were at week 10 (I think) and we didn't let on our secret to any of our friends until we were out of the first trimester. We were scared. But the only way that we… Continue reading The First Trimester
Pregnancy after loss is different. You are no longer naïve to all the horrors that could happen. Instead, you are fully aware and every step in the pregnancy you worry. After our year of trying to conceive and then our miscarriage, I didn't know if I could I go through that again. I was terrified.… Continue reading Pregnancy after loss
Trigger warning* Please note this post contains sensitive content about a miscarriage. It has taken me months to attempt to write this. But now I am ready. Today I should have been 39 weeks. My due date was 10th February. As that date looms around the corner, I have to stop myself thinking about it… Continue reading The pain of loosing a baby
26.01.2018 What is Australia Day? The marking of 26 January is an important date in Australia’s history and has changed over time: starting as a celebration for emancipated convicts and evolving into what is now a celebration of Australia that reflects the nation’s diverse people. Australian's celebrate Australia. They celebrate the land, the freedom, the… Continue reading Australia Day 26.01.18
"Marriage means the union of 2 people to the exclusion of all others, voluntarily entered into for life. " Rhys and Peta planned this day for 2.5 years. They first met in 2009 and ever since there have been sparks. Like all couples, they have had ups and downs, but ultimately, this led to a… Continue reading Mr & Mrs. “Two souls but a single thought. Two hearts that beat as one” John Keats.
Stonebarn, Pemberton http://www.stonebarn.com.au/ A stunning location for a wedding. When I asked the Bride how many places that they had looked at and seen before deciding on the venue, the answer was one. They knew what they wanted. They wanted to be married in a forest, and that's exactly what they got. Stonebarn has virtually… Continue reading Stonebarn, Pemberton
This may have been on of the romantic places that I have been to. Sleeping under the stars. Literally. Glamping, if you like. (Kind of). Since I read about the 'Star Beds' many moons ago in a travel magazine, I had always wanted to go there. It was a place that was on a long… Continue reading Kiboko Star Beds
Almost three weeks ago, this beautiful white Labrador joined our family. At just 6 weeks old (her mother had stopped feeding her and the other pups), we were passed this little bundle. She was tiny and looked so timid. She cried in the car ride home. We were all a little unprepared for her arrival-… Continue reading Kira