While the majority of my pregnancy symptoms are the same second time around, I’m not. Pregnancy number one was full of excitement, fear of the unknown and marking every single memory. Pregnancy number two is going by in a haze and I’m pretty sure that these past five months have been the fastest five months ever, in history Pregnancy  1 – Bought a selection of pretty baby clothes in various…

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I can’t believe I’m half way through this pregnancy already, the time is flying by which is a huge relief but also quite scary. We had the 19/20 week scan last week and everything is progressing as it should, we also found out the babies gender! I’ve started to gain weight now, I did go down to a 1stone 1lbs loss at 16 weeks, but at 20 weeks I have…

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We were clueless as to what the sex of baby number two would be. On one hand my symptoms have been pretty much exactly the same as they were on Aria, on the other the tradition in my family seems to be to have a girl followed by a boy (I say tradition, my cousin and my sister did this!). Then of course there was the fact that I can…

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I have a confession to make. I completely forgot to announce my pregnancy on my blog. I announced it on YouTube and plastered it all over social media, but I completely forgot this here blog. What can I say other than baby brain! For those of you that haven’t seen it, here is our announcement video : According to the date that we were given at our early scan I…

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