Todays the day for 3/D/4D scan part 2. DVD imminently!
Just a quick catch-up really, ahead of our visit back to Cocoon4D to complete filming of ‘Baby Pregnantcitygirl-The Movie’. I’m very excited and can’t wait to see what Baby is up to today, or as the case may be, to see if, at least, Baby Pregnantcitygirl is feeling like filming! Although we were only there last week, it’s brilliant seeing the baby. It is moving more and more at the moment, to the extent that you can now see my tummy move rather than just feel the kicks when you touch my stomach. Only 10 weeks to go and counting. I’m desperate to meet my baby and desperate to know whether it’s a boy or a girl. The suspense is killing me!
So, more to come later on that . Just thought I’d also add one very important thing regarding the lavera All-Round Cream that I reviewed the other day. A LITTLE GOES A VERY LONG WAY! Having used it over the last few days this became glaringly obvious, so I had to share it with you because of course, value for money is very important and don’t I know it!
Lastly, we took our niece to Queen’s Park Day yesterday. What a success. Now Queen’s Park is a great park as it is; with amazing facilities, a massive playground area including paddling pool, petting zoo, tennis and golf but they put on a festival that was even better than we had expected. We went three years ago last as the last two years we were away and it has grown! There was a dog show, ferret racing, half a fairground with prices that didn’t break the bank (unbelievably), as well as donkey rides, quality food stalls (well, what do you expect in Queen’s Park?!), reiki, yoga, charity stalls (we stopped off for a good while with my best friend and her kids at the MS stall where they had a ‘hook the duck pond’), live music and shows, bike riding and much, much, more. The kids all loved it and the adults didn’t have a bad time either! The place was packed and rightly so. We are looking forward to next year when we will add to the throng of prams in the crowd, with our Stokke Xplory no less!
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