Outfit of the week.. 

Soo last week I slipped up and didn’t do an outfit post.. blame the two mini men in my life, so hard to catch a break and even harder to get anybody to take a photo for you when you spend the majority of your time with two little people! 

But this week I’m back on it.. here is my favourite breastfeeding friendly outfit of the week.. an oversized cropped sweater from Zara, paired with some high wasted jeans by Monki. I’m officially a mum now I’m in high waisted jeans.. they do a great thing by sucking EVERYTHING in, but I’m still not used to the new wider looking me 😂. 

By wearing a vest top underneath the crop it was so easy to feed in and so discreet. Wish I had known about this easy way to feed with baby number one! Oh well, you live and you learn. Have a lovely weekend people, let’s keep our fingers crossed for more sun! 

Product Review- The Bugaboo Bee⁵

As many of you are aware from my recent posts, for the last few months we have been road testing the new Bugaboo Bee⁵. It’s been a crazy and exciting few months where we’ve welcomed the birth of our second baby boy, alongside my oldest monkey finally getting to grips with walking and not wanting to sit still. So the road test couldn’t have come at a better time to allow me to see if I really need a double buggy (don’t get me wrong there’s nothing wrong with them but being so teeny tiny myself I really don’t want to go down this route) or if can I ‘make do’ with a compact system paired with a toddler board?

Bugaboo set us some exciting challenges so we have taken our Bee⁵ everywhere from the high street using public transport, to a nearby national trust site on an Easter egg hunt, oh and many a lunch/ play date with friends. So we have really put it to the test, and below is our review on how we have found it…

We are major fans of our actual travel system, the Bugaboo cameleon³, which is why we were very excited to test out the Bee⁵. Being new to the Bee, we couldn’t wait to see why this compact system is so highly rated.

Some of our favourite improved features are:

  • Fully customisable from top to bottom (yes, even the wheels can be customised). More on this a little later.
  • Improved seat design which features a super comfy padded seat and a seat that adjusts and can grow with your child.
  • Newly designed basket under the seat which includes a handy pocket for the rain cover (ever been caught in a downpour and it takes forever to get to your rain cover as your basket is filled with so much stuff?!).
  • Five point safety harness which, for some reason my monkey lets me strap him into, using the four straps (no other contraption at the moment is popular, we have daily struggles getting into the car).
  • Improved front wheels and suspension, ensuring a smooth ride.

You can click here, for more details on the specification and features.
So what did we love about the Bee⁵

As well as some of the improved features mentioned above, there were five stand out things we just love about the Bee⁵…

  1. It does what it says on the tin…it’s compact and lightweight! In fact it’s 8.9kg compact! For a short and petite person like myself, it’s so easy to maneaouvre (one handed) and assemble and dissemble. I’m lucky enough to have my mum and sister help a lot with the babies and the added bonus here is that Bee⁵ is also lightweight for my (kinda elderly) mum to use on public transport and it actually fits inside my sister’s boot! This was a major bug bear with my actual travel system as my sister takes my monkey out a lot! Oh and the Bee⁵ fits perfectly assembled in my awkwardly narrow front porch which means I can get a sleeping baby safely in the house without waking them up…massive thumbs up for this!
  2. It’s versatile. The Bee⁵ has made the transition to two babies under two so, so much easier. My oldest monkey had been using the Bee⁵ for around a month when his little brother came along, and the first time we got the bassinet out he broke down hysterically as he felt his brother had taken his place in the pushchair. Thankfully we had the toddler board already so I got it out and made him feel special about his new ‘chair’. I love how I can take them both out using the toddler board and when my biggest monkey decides he wants to walk instead I only need one hand to steer the Bee⁵ so can keep one hand on him! The bassinet is nice and cosy with the extra padded insert, but the seat can also be reclined flat for a newborn. This is great for only having to take one thing out with me, and the frame, bassinet, seat, and toddler board do all fit nicely in my boot. I love how I can keep my options open, with a sling packed in the underseat basket, I can switch who is in the stroller between my toddler or newborn easily. Mums of toddlers know how quickly a toddler can change their minds or not co-operate, so this really is a blessing! It’s also versatile in terms of who is pushing, the handle bars adjust easily to suit the height of the person pushing, and the seat can be world or parent facing depending on preference or where you are and what your doing.
  3. Customise to suit your style! There are some days were I barely make it out of my pjs, but when I do manage to make an effort I want to look and feel good.. and I love how the Bee⁵ can be customised to suit your style… I’m a little obsessed with pastel colours at this time of year, so I love how I can compliment my pastel blue coloured bassinet (call me sad, it’s okay I know), and the leather strap is so on trend! I love how you can give your stroller a makeover for different times of the year (particular love the sun canopy for warmer weather or holidays), or even if you wanted to change how it looks for a new baby without forking out for a new stroller. 
  4. Easy to assemble and dissemble. The Bee⁵ gets a big thumbs up from me on this front. And the whole family have learnt how to do it too (which may sound silly but not everyone could work out how to do it on my actual travel system). It did take me a few attempts to get the hang of attaching and detacthing the seat but it’s super simple once you do get it. And once I discovered you can dissemble the entire stroller with the seat attached, it was a game changer. When your out and about and it’s no longer in use, it’s very useful to be able to dissemble it (one handed in one easy step)… this would be ideal for holidays and travel! Myself and husband share a car and we’re always having to take all the baby essentials out of the car when he goes away for work trips. Having just one piece to move around and store makes things so much easier. This feature is also great if you don’t have a car or use public transport a lot, or like me have a hands on grandparent who doesn’t drive. 
  5. The seat.. I’ve mentioned most of the benefits already, but felt the seat itself needed a thumbs up all by itself as it is so versatile. The seat can be adapted to different situations, you can recline for naps (and all the way flat for newborns), or have your monkeys sat upright in the nicely padded seat. As mentioned, it can be world or parent faced and the stroller dissembles with the seat in place.. for me this is the best thing about it and has made my life so much easier.

For me, the Bee⁵ has proven to be easy to use especially with two babies under two, and above all versatile. It really does suit parents and families that are always on the go. Having road tested it extensively, I have truly loved using the Bee⁵ and love how great it looks, I’ve never been complemented so much on my buggy! 

I only have a few niggles to point out.. 

  • You have to walk towards one side when using the toddler board (like any other stroller and toddler board) and walk at a slower pace if like me you have a toddler that may not cooperate and sit still! This is not always great if your trying to get your newborn to sleep! But this is something that happens with all toddler boards, and is a small price to pay if it means you don’t have to carry your toddler when they get tired!
  • It can be tricky to access the brake with the toddler board in use.
  • Access to the under seat basket is via the front of the stroller, which took me awhile to get used to. This isn’t a major issue, just something a little different.
  • Attaching the sun canopy turned into a little ordeal (taking me an hour to figure out), but I was sleep deprived and had two screaming babies to contend with. I’m pretty sure it would have been so much simpler had I not had a newborn screaming and severe baby brain! After the first time, I’ve not had any issues and can now attach and detach it in seconds.

So will I be getting a double stroller? Hell no! After using such a lightweight and compact stroller, I wouldn’t be able to switch to a larger and bulkier double…I’m so glad I didnt rush to buy one before my newborn arrived! I will be sticking to the systems we have in place now as I’m confident they will continue to meet the needs of my little family.



I recieved this product from the lovely people at Bugaboo for the purpose of road testing and reviewing it, however all opinions expressed are my truthful and my own, my little family truly love everything about the Bee⁵. 

Afternoon Tea at the Edgbaston 

Last week, myself and some Mummy friends (and two bumps) treated ourselves to a girly catch-up and afternoon tea.

For most this meant a nice baby free afternoon, but I took my littlest munchkin along for the ride (he will get used to being dragged around with Mummy I’m sure). My monkey was off at nursery for the day, thank god, as there was no way he would have behaved.

We went to The Edgbaston, which is a boutique hotel in the centre of Birmingham, which is right on my doorstep. You would miss it if you didn’t know it was there as looks like a grand private residence on a street of many others.

The lobby is tastefully decorated in black and gold and makes a very fine first impression, which continues on into the  1920’s themed cocktail lounge where afternoon tea is served daily between 12 and 5.  I loved all the little details and especially the vintage crockery. There was a very luxurious feel to the decor, service and food.

To kick off the afternoon tea there was a little food theatrics which was impressive (not that it takes much to impress me having not been ‘out’ in 4 weeks). It was the perfect environment to have a girly catch-up without our toddlers, and the tea, cake, artisan sandwiches and scones were all delicious!

I’ve tried afternoon tea at various places and have found the prices differ so much. I was surprised that The Edgbaston’s afternoon tea starts from £20 per person (which is the one we opted for); a very reasonable price tag for yummy food, with high quality service and presentation in a luxury setting. I will leave you with some photos…


 Surviving with a newborn and a toddler… one month on

I still can’t get my head around the fact that I’m a mum to two little humans, and I can’t believe we have survived a month already. Suprisingly I am coping pretty well with a 20 month old and a newborn and here is how…

  1. Going to bed early! As a first time mum everyone tells you to ‘sleep when your baby sleeps’ which is simply not possible when you have an active toddler who only naps for an hour a day! So the only way I’m coping with the 2-3 hourly night feeds is by going to bed super early. My toddler sleeps by 7/7.30pm, I then do a few chores and take my baby upstairs and we’re both asleep by 9pm! This helps with the 5/6am starts. Such a glamorous life I lead 😂
  2. A good routine. This goes with the above but basically having set nap times and a bedtime for my biggest monkey means I can semi plan the day and I know when to grab some lunch or start with dinner. I’m hoping to eventually have both boys in bed at the same time so I can get a couple of hours to myself. Maybe wishful thinking right now though.
  3. Doing grocery shopping online. I’m pre planning all my meals and ordering food online and getting it delivered as I just don’t have the time to go and do a food shop. I try and cook and prep dinner when my toddler is napping at lunch. I’m very fortunate to have my mum and sister nearby so one of them is usually here in the afternoon so as long as the baby is asleep they can entertain my toddler while I cook.
  4. Organising everything the night before. Once we come downstairs in the morning, it’s hard to just pop back upstairs to grab something as I don’t want to leave my monkey around the baby as anything could happen. Every evening I make sure we have enough nappy change essentials and spare clothes downstairs for the next day.
  5. Getting out of the house. This one is easier said than done. Firstly it’s winter so taking a newborn out requires more effort. And secondly getting out of the house with two takes longer than you would expect. But now we have all car seats and pushchairs set up, it should get easier. I’m finding it a lot easier to entertain my biggest boy out of the house, as he was getting very bored of being cooped up inside. And my littlest mainly sleeps while out and only feeds every 2-3 hours so this gives me time to focus on my oldest when out and about.. (Sami used to feed up to three times an hour which made going out when he was a newborn somewhat more challenging). Now the weather is nicer I plan to go out at least once a day, even if it’s just a walk around the block. We will also be taking advantage of our lovely garden.
  6. Strong support network. As I just mentioned my mum and sister live round the corner and help me daily. I am very lucky! As I’m breastfeeding there’s not much they can do to help with the baby but they help to entertain my toddler, by taking him out, feeding him, and helping with bath and bedtimes! I also have a very tight knit extended family who are nearby so have had lots of meals sent from aunties and cousins… I am very lucky I know and not everybody has their family nearby.
  7. Lowering my standards (and expectations). This one is an important one… I’m slowly accepting that my house will not be as immaculate as I would like. Things may be untidy and out of place, the laundry may pile up for a few days longer than I’d like, some days my toddler (and me) will stay in pjs all day and some days my toddler may watch nursery rhymes on TV for longer than he should. We may eat take out more then we should, some days my toddler will have weetabix for dinner… but it’s okay! Sometimes we put too much pressure on ourselves and there’s no need. Don’t get me wrong, whenever I get a chance I am doing housework, or cooking, or trying to do worthwhile activities with my toddler, but some days nothing gets done and the world is not going to end!

Choosing baby names…

Having a name that NOBODY can pronounce was a nuisance growing up. Especially when your name can be mispronounced as ‘Salmon’, which is what I was unfortunately called for the first 16 years of my life.  This went on until I got to sixth form and decided I was fed up of being known by such an ugly name and made it my mission to correct everyone. But I know how annoying it is to have to correct people or spell your name out. For those of you who don’t know, my name is Saman, pronounced ‘summon’, as in a court summons…

I was therefore adamant about giving my children names that were easy to say and recognise. With baby number one, I spent hours reading baby name books and searching the internet to come up with lists of names I liked. But my husband thought it was ‘too early’ to discuss names until after the baby was born. So in the end I gave him my top 3 and he picked ‘Sami’ from my list, after our son was born. Simple 😄

So this time around we didn’t even discuss baby names. We knew the gender and I find boys names so much harder.  Being a multi racial family, it’s important for us both to pick names that ‘fit in’ with both cultures, as we don’t want our children to have confused identities. I had gone off the other two boys names I had picked last time (thank god my husband didn’t pick them) so we were back to square one and I knew if I started looking into it or making a list, he would be unwilling to discuss it. I did have one boy’s name that I liked in the past and had made a mental note off (it was saved in my iPhone notes.. my idea of a mental note).

One evening when I was around 34 weeks pregnant my husband asked me if I had picked any names yet. This was a funny question coming from him as if I had been spending my time looking at names he would have humoured me, telling me it was ‘too early’. This is exactly what I told him, and then mentioned that there was one name I did like… Laith. He thought about it for a few seconds then agreed that he liked it, and just like that we had our second boy’s name.

Laith is an Arabic name meaning ‘lion’ ‘strong’ or ‘brave’, but is easy enough for everyone to pronounce (I think anyway, time will tell). I love the name and think it is beautiful, just like my little boy. I also think Sami & Laith go together really nicely which is also something I considered.

So that’s how simple it was for us to come up with our babies’ names, thankfully we both agreed with each other and have picked names we both love…I’m all out of boys names though, so if we have another boy we would be stuck!

Our first outing with a newborn & toddler 

Having spent two weeks cooped up indoors since my little munchkin arrived, I’ve been feeling increasingly sorry for my biggest boy, who is getting more and more bored at home on the days he is not at nursery. Don’t get me wrong he still gets the majority of my attention, apart from when I’m feeding my newborn (which often takes over an hour). But the poor thing must be getting super bored and is fighting for mummy’s attention while he comes to terms with the fact the ‘baba’ is here to stay.

So yesterday I decided I would take him to a new stay and play group round the corner, and wrap the baby up warm so we could take him with us (I’m breastfeeding on demand so he goes where I go). It sounded simple in my head; get the boys dressed and ready for 10am, and off we go… it’s a five minute walk, how hard could it be…? I’m actually laughing at myself because of how wrong I was. This is how our morning turned out…

Both boys were up around 6.30am as usual. So I changed and dressed my biggest boy whilst my baby screamed in the background. Calmed the baby down while my biggest had breakfast and then spent the next couple of hours feeding and changing then feeding and changing my baby while my toddler occupied himself and battled for my attention!

I then made the mistake of putting my toddler’s shoes and coat on first. He was then determined to go outside and would not leave the front porch. Only I needed to get through the porch and to the car to get the base of the pushchair and set the bassinet up for the first time. So we had a little meltdown at the door for ten minutes or so, while the baby was screaming in the background! The people at Ocado decided this was the perfect time to deliver our online shopping, so I then had to bring all the shopping in and put it away without my toddler running off through the front door into the street..whilst the baby was still crying.

So once the shopping was dealt with, I finally set up the pushchair and got the baby’s coat on. He had, thankfully, now fallen asleep despite all the commotion. So we were ready to go, finally. Although, when my biggest boy saw the baby go into the pushchair and realised he wouldn’t be going in it he had another major meltdown! Luckily, the lovely people at Bugaboo had sent us a toddler board along with the Bee 5 we are road testing, so some quick thinking and five minutes later we had the toddler board all set up and we were actually finally ready to go! One whole hour later!

The bassinet was so lightweight and easy to push, and the toddler board was a hit although he did switch between sitting on it and walking which is still a new concept for him. My biggest boy loved the stay and play, I can’t believe we have never been before when it is literally on our doorstep! My littlest boy slept the entire time we were there, so the ordeal to get out was definitely worth it.

I’m sure as I get more used to having two boys we will find things like this get easier.  But having not slept more than a couple of hours the night before, the morning was just a disaster and the whole day then felt the same. Today is a new day. The toddler is off having fun at nursery, and my littlest boy has just fallen asleep… time to put the kettle on 😄.

Our first impressions of the Bugaboo Bee 5

I’m a big fan of my current travel system, the Bugaboo Cameleon 3 (read my review here) and was therefore delighted that me, my monkey (and bump) have been lucky enough to road test the new Bugaboo Bee 5. And this is what we think so far…

It’s super light weight.. and I mean super, super light weight. I thought the Cameleon 3 was as light as it got. Friends often comment on how light and easy it is to manoeuvre, but the Bee 5 is on another level. Being a petite 5ft 2, shorty, it’s perfect for me! Being so small and lightweight makes it great to push around the shops and small spaces. You almost forget there’s a baby inside!

Easy to fold & unfold.. this is a big plus from me and where I have found the biggest difference to my current travel system. It’s just so easy to click and fold/ unfold, you can do it with one hand. I’ll be honest it took me a few practise attempts to get the hang of it, but once I did, it’s just so easy. I found attaching the seat sightly trickier, but again after a few practise runs I’ve got the hang of it, and again for a small person like me, it couldn’t be easier.

Compact..this is intended to be a compact system, and Bugaboo have definitely delivered. I love how compact it is. Me and my husband share a car, and we are forever taking the travel system in and out of the car and storing it in the house for a few days when he is working away. I find our current travel system takes up a lot of hallway space (we have no other place to store it), but the Bee 5 folds away into a tiny shell. The added bonus is it fits in my sister’s boot ( a VW polo), which means she can finally take my monkey out on more substantial outings.

Sturdy underseat basket.. I often go for long walks, end up buying way too much on the way and struggle to get it all in the basket. I’ve found the underseat basket on the Bee 5 to be a lot more sturdy than my current system, and fits a lot more in! This is great as it means I can shop away!

The leather strap.. this speaks for itself, it looks great, as does the Bee 5 in general!

I’m loving using the Bee 5 so far, and it certainly gets a lot of attention when out and about. I’m looking forward to testing out the bassinet with my new baby as it looks so snug and cosy.  I’m also looking forward to seeing how my monkey gets on with the toddler board.. which could either be a winner and mean no double buggy for me, or an epic fail as my monkey is very firm on his likes and dislikes right now! I’ll keep you posted 🙂

I’ll leave you with some snaps of our adventures so far..



39 week bumpdate..

Okay, so by now I really really thought baby would have made an appearance! Don’t listen to people who tell you second babies come earlier, it’s nonsense! 

I’m so eager to meet my baby and have them here with us now.. I’m anxious about the labour and want it out of the way, plus it’s getting increasingly hard to look after an active toddler being SO pregnant! I think I’m kidding myself thinking it’s going to get any easier once baby arrives though.. I’ll have to let you know.. 

Having been on maternity leave for two weeks now, I think I have finally completed my ‘to do’ list of everything I wanted to before baby arrives, so I am all prepared! Although it’s really surreal as mentally I don’t think I’ve actually prepared myself for actually having another baby here with us, sounds strange I know but I can’t explain it. I can’t imagine another baby that isn’t Sami, that doesn’t look like Sami, or act like Sami. Also I don’t want to devastate him when he realises the ‘baba’ that he kisses and cuddles daily, is going to share mummy’s attention with him.. he is still very much a mummy’s boy. I just keep thinking he will thank me in the long term. 

I literally feel like I’m just waiting for baby CONSTANTLY which is so different to last time as I was wanting baby to stay put until our house was ready and we were all moved in. The waiting is horrible! And I’m too tired to really make the most of this time, plus I’m so exhausted from looking after my little monkey and keeping everything in the house ticking along. Anyway enough of me rambling on, here’s my 39 week bumpdate: 

Total weight gain: 1 stone 2 pounds.. still barely put on anything this pregnancy, I’m still mainly all bump. By 39 weeks last time I was a swollen mess 😂

How big is the baby
: I’m not sure exactly (not that they really know anyway) but my midwife tells me the baby has had a growth spurt in the last fortnight and has grown loads. Maybe we won’t have a teeny tiny 5 pounder this time! 

Sleep
: Since baby dropped about 2 weeks ago, I’m finding it much easier to sleep, finally 🙂 but I still wake regularly for the loo.. every pregnant women’s nightmare I think! 

Belly button: still in just about but verryyy stretched 


Stretch marks:
babies growth spurt has resulted in me finally getting some stretch marks! Kinda sucks but never mind. 

Maternity clothes: apart from maternity leggings I’m still kidding myself that my normal clothes fit so am living in my ‘normal’ clothes’ although haven’t been pregnant/ breastfeeding for the last 28 months I don’t feel I have any ‘normal’ clothes anymore.. a shopping spree is deffo in order post baby 😄

Favourite moment this week: dropping my little monkey to nursery this morning and he just ran off (did I mention he’s a proper walker now??), didn’t even turn to say bye! We’ve come a longggg way from crying every morning for almost 3 months. Makes such a difference! 

Cravings: still don’t believe in pregnancy cravings although I do always want salty food right now! 

Labour signs: none, absolutely ZERO!

Most looking forward to: the tea and toast post labour in hospital 👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼 and my babies meeting for the first time.. 


My birth plan

This time around I am so much more anxious about the labour. First time round your oblivious and you don’t know what to except, plus your also more excited. This time, although I had a smooth labour myself previously, I’ve heard everyone else’s birth stories, and some are terrifying. Once you join the ‘mum club’, fellow mummy’s no longer hold back on giving you the A to Z on their own experiences. I am probably guilty of this too, although my birth story was not so gruesome or terrifying.

So anyway.. my birth plan. I don’t have one as such, and my midwife said we will go through this at my 38 week appointment, which is surely too late loads of women have given birth by then?! I didn’t have a birth plan last time either, I wanted a water birth, no drugs and skin to skin but was fairly relaxed about how I may change my mind and that things may progress differently..

So this time, I am keeping an open mind again, I’m not going to have a strict or detailed birth plan, but there are a few things I would want in an ideal world:

  • Drug free labour. I want to stay at home as long as possible using my tens and bouncy ball. I want to use gas and air if possible (only got an hour last time as I was so far along when I arrived at hospital and my midwife wanted me to use the pain to push!).. does gas and air count as a drug? I don’t know.. but like I said I’ll keep an open mind depending on how the labour turns out. 
  • Water birth. I really wanted one last time, but I got to hospital too late and there were no birthing pools free. Really hoping I can this time 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
  • Skin to skin immediately after birth. I know this isn’t always possible but I want this to happen as soon as possible even if I am totally out of it and knocked out.
  • Donor milk. If for some reason me and baby are separated for a long period after birth, I only want baby to be given donor breast milk, fed via a tube. My reasons being I don’t want to jeapordise my breastfeeding relationship by using a bottle, and also because of the Virgin gut, (Read more here ).. I know not everyone will agree with me on this, but it is a preference I have if it’s possible, not that there’s anything wrong with doing things differently! 

And that’s it! I’m fully aware that things could go pear shaped and in all honesty I’m trying not to focus on labour itself, and putting it to the back of my mind. Kind of strange when I’m also patiently waiting for my labour to start.. pretty ironic isn’t it? 

    Wish me luck! 

    That’s one small step for man.. one giant leap for our household..

    Something I’ve not really written about (and it’s not been intentional I’ve just been too busy to update and write about everything I’ve wanted to in the last few months) is my little monkeys slow progress when it comes to walking. 

    I’m so fed up of hearing the words.. “is he walking yet”.. people ask in such a way that you feel like you’re failing as a parent, not that something like walking is a reflection of you as parents or even signifies any kind of intelligence or developmental ability of your child. All babies walk eventually! It’s a question that I find so annoying but often respond with, “No, but he makes up for it when it comes to talking”. And that response is me being defensive, like I have something to prove.. stupid I know! 

    Well anyway, I’ve spent my ENTIRE pregnancy carrying a toddler around as my monkey has had no interest in walking whatsoever. So it’s just typical that as I reach 37 weeks pregnant, Sami has decided to walk! And it’s so lovely to see, and he’s so proud of himself! He still needs to gain some confidence and get a better balance but he’s loving walking around the house taking lots and lots of steps, we will have a pro walker in no time! If you ask me I’ve had it easy for 19 months as I can see how life is going to get so much harder with an active toddler and a baby 😂. 

    I have had some concerns with his feet as he doesn’t lay them flat and we have waited months and months for an appointment with a specialist, only for an appointment date to finally come.. on my due date! Typical! I guess this is just the first of many situations where we are going to have conflicting priorities with Sami and the new baby, and I’m sure we will find a way to make it all work.. or maybe that’s just the optimist in me. I’ll have to let you know in a few months time 🙂 

    So anyway, all you mums out there who are feeling rubbish because your baby doesn’t walk, or crawl, or sit, or talk, or eat, or god forbid sleep through the night yet.. they will when they are ready (so cliched I know but also so true). Sometimes we just need to take a step back, put things into perspective and ignore negatively from others… 

    I have no actual photos of him walking yet..