I was going to post about my holiday but it was the wave of light tonight and that is far more important. This week has been baby loss awareness week. I am going to discuss miscarriage, so if you are in a vulnerable place yourself or are pregnant and do not want to read about … Continue reading What is normal for a miscarriage? part 3.
Pregnancy is incredibly tiring so tiring I felt like I had to sleep permanently, especially while I was at work. Working as a nurse doing three to four long days a week. A long day consists of 7am-7:30pm and often beyond 7:30pm depending on what is occurring at work, for example is a patient has … Continue reading What is normal for labour?
You often hear of babymoon's but I really hadn't thought about it properly. I have been off work with SPD for 3 weeks and then this week I have had a weeks annual leave. Seeing as my SPD seemed to be a lot better and I will be returning to work on Tuesday, I thought … Continue reading What is normal for a babymoon?
One thing that my friends and family generally laugh at me for, is how old I am, maybe this comes from the "nursing" territory, but generally I feel that I am becoming more and more like my mamma everyday (apart from having vascular dementia, though sometimes baby brain is pretty close). My main old lady … Continue reading What is normal for being an old lady in your 20’s?
I've never reached the middle before, so everything is very new to me! After loosing one baby you feel like you have no right to complain about the many bad side effects of pregnancy, especially when everybody who has been pregnant is telling you how wonderful pregnancy is and how much they loved being pregnant. … Continue reading What is normal for the middle of pregnancy?