Word of the Week: Existence



One:  We enjoyed our trip to Burford and enjoyed a bite to eat at Huffkins


Two:      I was top commenter at Marv Mondays


Three:  We've had our 6 week check up. I was told I can drive again and our daughter is doing well. She does worry me though as she does anything from 30ml – 150ml before dozing off. She also didn't follow the light. Perhaps she is a little anarchist in the making.

Four:   I have been contacting Brands regarding opportunities Donna Wishart posts on the Facebook group UK Parent Bloggers.



Five:   Since my op back in June I have let the housework build up. This week I have been finding joy in making small changes around the house. The living room seems to forever be in need of tidying but I guess it is the room that’s used the most. 


How was your week?


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  1. I'm glad the check up went well with your little anarchist! Great to hear the blogging's going well, too x Thanks for sharing with #WotW

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    1. I'm sure I've only tapped into the surface. There are so many questions and I wonder where to pose them.

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  2. Housework can always wait, but I know what you mean it can get annoying sometimes. Anyway, glad your check up went well for your little one. Hope she continues to make good progress. #WotW

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    1. Seeing it all building up around me got to me. Thanks for the well wishes.

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  3. Isn't it true that there is always something to "worry" us about our children? Glad her check up went well. The bane of my existence is my kitchen sink. There are ALWAYS dirty dishes in it. It makes me growl. Happy Friday... Have a wonderful weekend!

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    1. Oh definitely. I've decided that hubby's part of the house is the kitchen after all he loves cooking.

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  4. Sounds like you had quiet the week Helena :)
    Stopping by from #PicknMix linky
    Samsam from https://simplyamama.wordpress.com

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and commenting

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  5. Housework can wait. Glad the check up for you and your precious little anarchist went well! Have a lovely week.

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    1. You are making me think of that poem now

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  6. I am glad the check up went well, babies do develop at different rates and Joe was a real sleeper it used to really worry me as Jack never ever slept. Our kitchen always feels like it needs tidying it drives me mad, it can be spotless and half hour later look like its been ransacked it drives me mad x

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    1. Thank you for trying to put my mind to rest over baby.

      I've decided that hubby can take care of the kitchen. After all he is the one who loves to cook.

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  7. All of my rooms forever need tidying #fortheloveofBLOG

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  8. Glad the check up went well :-) Well done on being the top commenter on Marv Mondays...there are some good posts on there. I have just this second given up on the kitchen - my braxton hicks are mega! Have a good week xxx

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    1. Sounds like baby could well and truly be on it's way. Good luck.

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  9. Glad your six week check up went well for you #happydays

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  10. Don't worry about the housework, can you get someone in to whip round with a hoover? Well done on the 6 week check, such a cutie little bundle. :) #happydays

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    1. Hubby has been doing it nearly every day bless him. Thanks for the compliment.

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  11. Sounds like a good & productive week!

    You baby is so cute?!

    #wotw

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  12. Glad that the checkup went well for you both, I hope you enjoy getting out and about again and driving! The housework will still be there no matter what! Thank you too for joining Five On Friday. I hope that you have a great August and I look forward to seeing you again in September! xx

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    1. Thanks Amy. That's so true. We blame the kids ;) Have a lovely break.

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  13. I hear you about the housework, i'm secretly wishing Summer is over so that the kids can go to school and I can seriously get into some of my cupboards. Your little one is adorable! #happydayslinky

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    1. That's a shame - they grow up fast. Thank you.

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  14. Yay to driving again - but a much smaller yay to the housework. It's nice to move things around but maybe not the real cleaning stuff so much ! #wotw

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    1. especially when we have mini whirlwinds making it soon a mess again

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    2. Ah yes, you've got to love them though :) Thanks too for linking to #PoCoLo x

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  15. Ah what a lovely post, you have been busy this week, with lots of blogging activity! It must have been a relief to be signed off at the 6-week check-up, and can now drive again. Well done on getting Marv Mondays top commenting, it's great when are acknowledged for your time and commitment to blogging. This week has been really busy for us, I am super stacked at work and have so much blogging to do. We are also prepping for our daughter's first birthday on Friday. Thanks for linking up this week at #fortheloveofBLOG. Claire x

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    1. Thanks Claire. Being able to drive again means I have freedom again to get out and about. Hope your daughter has a lovely birthday.

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  16. I'm glad to hear the check up went well. I too feel like I spend forever tidying my living room! Thank you for linking up to #HappyDaysLinky x

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  17. Sounds like you had s great week, glad the check up went well! I'm always tidying my living room Thanks for linking to #picknmix

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    1. The living room is definitely living up to its name

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  18. Sounds like a great week. It's great that you've been able to make little changes to the house, sometimes it just takes a small change to make it all feel better. #WotW

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  19. Don't worry about the housework. Honestly - it just never ends! Great that you can drive again. It's Freedom! ;) Your little baby is growing fast! & So cute too! Thank you so much for linking up with us on #FabFridayPost x

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    1. Oh gosh freedom is wonderful then you realise that your not sure if you can manage the double buggy alone. ;) Thank you for the compliments.

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  20. That is great you can drive again, nothing worse than feeling stuck! Thank you for sharing in #HappyDaysLinky x

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    1. Now it's just a case of juggling two little ones when out and about.

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  21. Glad everything is going well, being able to drive again will make a big difference. I always leave my housework to build up - perhaps that's why I hate it so much! :)
    Thanks for linking to #PoCoLo

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    1. I love the freedom driving brings for sure. I'm finding doing little bits here and there the only way.

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