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Labour and a newborn baby

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Instead of pacing the delivery ward waiting room…what else do you do waiting for a delivery of a baby but go and find a crochet class!I trotted off to Skipton on a little jolly with...

Welcome to the world beautiful Freya

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Yay...finally the bub (Freya) has arrived. All gorgeous 9lb 11oz (4.44kg) of her. Ouch!      Lesley (my little sis) had her in the Midwife Led Unit, Helme Chase at Kendal (South Lakes) on Thursday 3rd May at...

Springtime in The Lake District and maybe a bub...

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

My little sis is now Term + 9 and hanging onto it!      We had a trip to the hospital yesterday (Royal Lancaster Infirmary) after a false alarm and a slight raised blood pressure.So, off we went,...

Crochet my secret passion! (and still no baby...)

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

I've outed myself again!Yes I'm a shameless crocheter and I love it.I can show you some of my most recent assignments, as I'm home in England now (Lake District) and I've given little sis her...

Still waiting...

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Well hello out there...all you peeps in cyberspace land I'm still waiting to be an aunty again.Lesley (my little sister) is Term + 4 and has not gone into labour.This is a photo of the...

Induction of labour - interfering with mother nature

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

My sister Skyped me from England and asked me whether she should have her pregnancy induced at 38 or 39 weeks, or if it was OK to wait till her due date?Sharp intake of breath...

I Weighed The Biggest Baby in Britain!

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

I decided to write a more ‘frivolous’ blog today. Just to show another side of me! Those that know me, will know about my appetite for all things Hollywood, fashion, glossy magazines and the unusual.Yes,...