Tuesday, March 5, 2013


I am so sorry for being the worst blogger in the whole wide world. To be honest, I feel like I have put this blog to sleep and this will probably be my last post. This blog was a godsend through those years of infertility when I needed an outlet to get all those thoughts and feelings down in some shape or form to avoid going crazy. Now with two kids, my spare time is scarce and I tend to use it to do the small things that I take pleasure from, like sipping a hot cup of coffee!

So, with much delay I have great pleasure in introducing you to:

Finley Noel
Born 6th December 2012
He is the apple of my eye and now 13 weeks old (time has flown by so very fast!)
Cohen is closing in on 2 and such a cheeky wee man and finally walking! He started at 19 months old and is now walking everywhere and such a chatter box (but all in gubberish, who knows what he's talking about!). At this stage he shows no real interest in Finley and tends to ignore him, but hopefully in time when he's a bit more interactive they will become fast friends.
Feel very blessed to have these two beautiful boys in my life and thank you so much for the support over the last 3 years! I wish you all well on your own personal journey's and if anyone would like to keep in touch, please let me know!
Just before I go, here are a few photos of my wee family.



  1. Aww look at your little family they are so cute!! Congratulations. Totally understand putting the blog to sleep. I always figured once this journey was over that I'd not need it any more. All the very best with life beyond blogging.

  2. Congratulations! I knew he had to have been born and was hoping you'd pop back in. What cutie pies.

    Love the name! (we have Finnley in the form of a seven year old four legged furry beagle kid)

    I'd also love to stay in touch.

  3. Congratulations! I will miss reading your blog! Best of luck! It's such an adventure with two under two, isn't it? :)

  4. What a cute little family!! Good luck with everything : mommy endeavors and others. Your story is one of hope for many who are still struggling.