Ah Monday again. Where does the weekend go? I hope you had a fabulous one.
This week’s Mummy Monday is someone I’ve been ‘social’ with for YEARS. Since we were planning our weddings in fact. It’s been a long time coming to get this lovely lady on Mummy Monday and I am so chuffed to have her and her gorgeous wee girl on today. Over to you Kirsty…
GETTING TO KNOW YOU
Where can we catch you on social: Instagram kirsty.crofts or Twitter @MrsCrofts
Business: I still have dreams of owning my own cake or craft business…one day!
Mama to: Phoebe 7 1/2 months
What’s your wardrobe must have: Jeans
Your perfect way to relax: Hahaha, there’s not much time for relaxing these days but I do love a super hot bubble bath and candles
Currently reading / watching / listening to: I can’t remember when I last read something un-baby related, that’s bad isn’t it? Watching – GBBO Listening to – Absolute 80s is the radio of choice at the Crofts
Proudest moment of your life: Cliche I know but giving birth to our daughter, I really worried I wouldn’t be able to do it!
Favourite quote: “Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it” – Roald Dahl
Your must have product: Concealer for those bags under the eyes!!
BEING A MAMA
What do you love most about being a Mummy: Being greeted with a huge grin when I go in to get Phoebe up in the morning and hearing her laugh, baby chuckles are the best noise ever…fact!
What could you do without: Teething!
What 5 words describe your birth story: Long, traumatic, scary, overwhelming, amazing!
What should every mama have in the birthing room: Lip balm, as absolutely awesome as gas & air is it really dries your lips out and a supportive birth partner. My husband was bloody amazing in there, I really couldn’t have done it without him.
What got you through the first few weeks with a new baby: Sleeping whenever we could, forget clocks/times/routines, just go with surviving! 😉
Funny things Phoebe does: Phoebe just babbles at the moment which is funny in itself but her favourite things to do at the moment are standing up against anything she can and shouting her head off or as soon as her nappy comes off for bath time she crawls off before you can catch her…that little bare bum disappearing along the landing keeps us amused!
– so lovely to have you on the blog Kirsty. Thank you. xx