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Crafting and Cramps

“Are you the Holy, leg-reviving banana I have dreamed of?” Image taken from here Unfortunately, I didn’t get much sleep last night due to some very painful cramping in my left leg. Leg cramps are very common in pregnancy so I didn’t think much of it at the time…my only thought was “Ow! Please stop with the pain I want to sleep; I only have around 11 weeks of being able to sleep left available to me until I’m not able to sleep again for 13  ...

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Recipes for Pregnancy #1 (Salmon)

Tonight I made a delicious dinner that I just had to share with all of you! Eating well in pregnancy is very important – as you all know – and unfortunately, you can’t live off chocolate cake and ice cream (you could give it your very best shot though!). Recently I’ve been craving a lot of salmon; not smoked of course as you’re not supposed to eat that whilst pregnant *single tear*. I can’t get enough of the gorgeous coral-pink fish; it’s a fabulous  ...

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11 things I want to do after I give birth

I’ve had the day off work today and I’ve been baking. I love baking – I find it very cathartic, but since being pregnant I’ve had a fair few disasters in the kitchen that I can only attribute to my pregnancy brain…Ah pregnancy brain; one day you’re an intelligent female with the vocabulary that could rival anyone on Countdown…the next day *BAM!* you can barely string a sentence together – that’s if you can remember what you were talking  ...

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So you’re going to be a Mutti…

A little about me My name is Hannah, I’m 25 and I’m currently living in the eclectic hub that is Brighton. On 10th April 2012 I found out that I was going to be a Mutti for the first time. “Wait! Stop! Why Mutti?!” Mutti is German for Mummy; I first started learning German in Year 7 (many, many years ago), by which point “Mummy” was starting to sound rather uncool to all my peers, so thus Mutti was born!   “Why not call her Mum??” I hear you  ...

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