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Just three things today… I just had the most fun forty-eight hours playing local tour guide to Monica and Ella. I love this linen trench* and have worn it almost every single day since I got it. Being pregnant is rather knackering. The end.x *Denotes affiliate links OUTFIT DETAILS linen mix duster coat – Next* (gift 2019) knit – Ganni*…

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Just take a moment to open your mind to the possibility that this vegan curry could be the very curry that your meat loving husband actually requests on a regular basis.  The possibility that this could the dish that makes your baby say ‘Mmm’ for the very first time and with every, single bite.  Well, for me, this is it. It…

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This week the most curious thing happened to me.  I was at the checkout in the supermarket when the cashier asked me when I was due.  I replied telling her I still had almost four months to go, to which she said, ‘Gosh, you’re stout already’.  Stout?!  STOUT.  To put this into context, the lady in question was somewhat ‘stout’…

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Just another mildly inappropriately transparent dress but this time with sneakers because, well, pregnant.  But honestly sneakers joining the mainstream of acceptable fashion choices surely still has to be one of the single greatest things to come of this decade of fashion. *Denotes affiliate links   OUTFIT DETAILS cotton dress – H&M* stripknit sneakers – Fitflop* (I work with Fitflop…

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Turns out 2019 is set to be another big year for us personally and, as is only natural, that urge to ‘finish’ every room in the house prior to the newest arrival has taken hold.  Yep, nesting. Originally my plans for this side of the room featured this chair but what I learnt the hard way from shopping online for…

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Whilst I fully believe there are certain pieces worth investing in for these special few months (lingerie drawer and jeans, I am looking at you), I really try to avoid spending my pennies on items that are only going to work for pregnancy.  Instead, there are a few tricks and tips worth bearing in mind when shopping if you are…

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By now you well know that France has a special place in our hearts and this trip is one full of memories I will cherish forever.  After an exhaustive (or perhaps just exhausting) search by myself and my mum on Airbnb for the perfect home from home, we finally settled upon the town of La Ciotat.  And what began as…

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Bienvenue a Bandol.  You might be beginning to gather that I was keen to explore as many villages of the Côte d’Azur as possible and whilst Cannes and St Tropez lay a little out of reach (and perhaps did not hold as much pull for me personally) there were plenty of sweet coastal towns and villages within easy striking distance of…

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Every time I travel somewhere new one of the first things I search for is the ‘old town’.  After asking Pinterest plus a few locals Le Castellet seemed like the obvious choice within striking distance of our home from home in La Ciotat and it did not disappoint.  A small medieval village, perched high atop a hill and encased in…

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Forgive me while we take a step back in time to the Côte d’Azur – when we returned from our trip there late September last year the timing felt a little off to me and I wanted to save my summer travel guides for a rainy day, a time when they would hopefully be more helpful to you (and yes…

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