Earlier this afternoon I was doing my 100th or so skim read through Twitter and came across a headline which shocked me. Now, this isn't about parenting but it is about a hugely misleading use of words which could easily be interperated as a high profile sportswoman advocating bulimia.
I will start with a confession... Last week we were away at the lovely Bluestone Wales for a family holiday and I *may* not have eaten as well or exercised as much as I should have done. Okay, so I ate sausages for breakfast three times and didn't go on one run because I'd left my running shoes at home. Bad Hannah! I did go on walks, pull a pushchair along wet sand in a hail storm and eat fruit, salads and veg, so it's fine and I will be back at the gym this week. Which brings me nicely to the point - Does exercise have to mean going to the gym? Or even leaving the house? With limited access to the outside world and a gym without a creche for the days I can get into town, I need to look at ways in which I can exercise at home.
Back in September, during our first family holiday, we got the rather lovely news that we had been chosen to be Beebies Baby Store Ambassadors - we were thrilled! With Toby just two months old and Budding Smiles six months old, I was a new Mummy and a new blogger and felt I'd been given a great opportunity.
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