#LittleLoves is a linky held over at But Why Mummy Why. I thought it would be fun to join in with this once a week.
The idea behind the posts is that they are a weekly chance to remember the little things you’ve loved that join up to make your week. You don’t need to be a parenting blogger to join in, all bloggers are welcome!
I’m really sorry for my lack of photos this week – I was having a bit of a nightmare whilst writing this post.
I haven’t been reading very much in the way of physical books lately. This has actually made me decide to venture out and purchase my own domain, freshen up the blog a bit and start posting different topics.
I have discovered some wonderful new blogs this week though.
I have found the blogging tips on this blog invaluable. It has been a lifesaver!
The recipes on this blog are just delicious!
YouTube! I recently discovered Sarah Barnes and have loved watching her grocery hauls, slimming world updates and cake tutorials. She deserves more subscribers!
I have been listening to the George Ezra album via Spotify this week, I really love his voice.
I have actually made lots this week! I’m really pleased with myself. I have made some meals for Parker – Cauliflower, Apple and Carrot Purees all frozen and stored ready for the week ahead. I am going to be doing Pear & Sweet Potato over the weekend too.
I made (and enjoyed) Cauliflower Rice for the first time this week too. Just followed a very simple recipe, it really was so easy – it turned out well. It’s really healthy, so definitely a winner for me.
Then I made a very, very naughty Nutella Mug Cake. It was sooooo delicious, and super easy to do. 1 min in the microwave! It had the perfect gooey brownie-ness to it. You can find the recipe I used here.
Excuse the messiness – I was just too eager to eat it!
My new Primark jeans – for £15 you can’t go wrong.
I’ve downloaded the Annabel Karmel app to help me with weaning. Being a first time mum I really don’t have a clue, so thought this would be handy. It has been fantastic so far – well worth the £3.99. It has loads of recipes, and a shopping list function. The most useful feature for me has been the meal planner. You can follow a pre-made planner (great for first tastes) suggesting when to give breakfast and lunch, and what foods to give. You can also create your own meaning I can input recipes into a visible planner, preparing for the weeks ahead.
Also, I’m hoping to go solo with my blog in the next week or so. I have purchased a new domain and am currently looking at hosting etc (getting my head around it all!). I’m looking at new themes too, thinking of treating myself. I really want to refresh my blog and add a variety of posts, I feel this is the way forward for me.
Hope you’ve all had a good week, would love to know what you’ve been up to!