I'm a Bristolian...


Hello!  Well, I'm Carol.  Apologies to those of you that know this already but one day I may get readers who don't know me...a girl can dream.  I am indeed thirty something and I am indeed a stay at home mum to one awesome, but slightly insane one year old little girl called Ismay.  The stay at home thing is new.  Real new and taking a bit of getting used to.  A mere 4 weeks ago I was living in Glasgow with the perfect balance between awesome job and stay at home.  Now I am just home. And I do miss my awesome job.  And awesome friends.  However, I am very blessed to be able to be at home with Ismay and see her develop and grow on a daily basis.  Plus we have an awful lot of fun. The reason for this wee (HUGE) change is that my partner D got a fab promotion which took us down to Bristol. I am now a Bristolian, is that correct?!  It would be amazing if I could get some Bristol bloggers to follow and keep me right.

I need all the help I can get.

Why blog?  Good question.  It's not like I don't have enough to do with running round after an active one year old!

I miss writing.  I feel like it is a good way to keep in touch with my interests otherwise I forget about all the things I get excited about on a daily basis.  I get to vent.  It can be my life/work wishlist.  I don't want to forget about everything I have learnt work wise...

Here's me and Ismay.  We very much enjoy taking selfies.

P.S If anyone knows how to get rid off the "lorem ipsum" nonsense that appears beneath this post please tell me.  It is driving me loopy.

P.P.S How amazing is Ismay's hat?!

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  1. Woo! Hell yeh you're a new Bristolian!! I can't wait to see what you two get up to down in my home country. Miss you millions xx

    1. We miss you too Smeeeffy! Guess what?! We heard 3 different people say "Lush" this week. Ha!

  2. Love your wee blog! Ismay's hat is awesome! Hope you guys are settling in well! In my job I talk to Bristolians almost daily and I love their accent! Xx

    1. Ahh really?! I do love the accent! It's cute and people have been friendly. Settling in well, such a big change but having kids means you are always out and about which I am sure you know all about! xx