Thursday, 10 April 2014

What a difference... two years make!

On this day, two years ago, I found out I was pregnant with Busby.

I remember it well as we'd been out celebrating my Mutti's birthday the night before, and I woke up feeling rather rough after another night of not sleeping.

I took to google.

The first thing that popped up when I typed in "insomnia" was... "in pregnancy"

"I am late", I thought to myself, but dismissed the thought pretty quickly as suffered from endometriosis, and had been advised that conceiving would be tough. 

Fast-forward to this time last year, and we had a Busby! A 3-and-a-bit month old who gurgled, smiled and always seemed to be hungry. She already had such a personality back then! 

And now here we are, two years on. We have a thriving, feisty, fiery little toddler girl who loves reading, dancing and walking everywhere! It amazes me how much she learns on a daily basis, and how much she understands already. 

The last two years have flown past... I wonder what the next year will bring? 
Hannah

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7 comments:

  1. Oh she's so gorgeous. I bet you can hardly imagine a life without her now. I predict the next year will bring even more excitement.

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  2. She's lovely! Happy things worked out for you xx

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  3. The years speed by because they are filled with such fun and love!!! #PoCoLo xx

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  4. Never a boring day ahead =) #pocolo

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  5. It's amazing how life can change in just a couple of years. And how lovely to watch Busby grow. #pocolo

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  6. She is such a wee dote. I can relate to the walking everywhere part, my toddler loves to do the exact same, lol #PoCoLo

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  7. Gorgeous! Two years really do make a difference and you start to try and remember what life was like before. Thank you for linking to PoCoLo :) x

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