Roaccutane and dermatologist update
Oct26

Roaccutane and dermatologist update

It’s over two months since I last saw the dermatologist about my ridiculously problematic skin . At that time, his plan was that I should remain on Roaccutane for another year (way over what’s normal) and gradually cut down from 20mg a day to 10mg and then 5. But it seems the goalposts have moved. For the better. I hope. I’ll admit I’m a little bit scared about his latest plan. My skin has improved. A lot....

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Silent Sunday 25.10.15
Oct25

Silent Sunday 25.10.15

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Project 365 2015 Week 43
Oct24

Project 365 2015 Week 43

Half-term is here at last and I’m pleased to say it’s been a slightly more interesting and eventful week. Here’s our week in pictures… Day 288 – Sunday 18th October – it’s getting very dark on my early morning walks now. This fuzzy image is unfiltered and shows it was only just getting light! Day 289 – Monday 19th October – a very proud moment – my eldest was awarded his...

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What she wore: Vertbaudet dungaree dress
Oct23

What she wore: Vertbaudet dungaree dress

I bought a lot of clothes from Vertbaudet back in the day. I first discovered them when my boys were 3 and 1 and they had a fair few cute outfits from there. Not long after, I became pregnant with my daughter and my small maternity wardrobe was entirely Vertbaudet! It was way more stylish and classy than maternity clothes from anywhere else. Needless to say, my baby girl had lots of Vertbaudet when she was born too. This carried on...

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Family Parkrun
Oct22

Family Parkrun

A few weeks ago, while I was away at the MAD Blog Awards, my husband managed to convince both boys to join him and my daughter on the Parkrun. Ever since, I’ve been trying to persuade them both to join us again. While my eldest had done a couple of runs, alternately encouraging daughter to beat her PB and running with the sole purpose of irritating her, we haven’t managed to drag my younger son out of bed. But the other...

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