Do you have one of those months when everybody seems to be born? I do – July! I have at least 6 close close family birthdays, some other close family birthdays and even a wedding anniversary. With this in mind I have to be extra organised through out this month to make sure everybody gets a good gift and that I remember every different person. This year I decided that my mum deserved something special and decided to book her into a SPA day with afternoon tea. The only downside to this, was the voucher was for two people and so I went along as company – begrudgingly of course!
Getting snug in complimentary robes (we had to add a towel to cover my bump)
A big trolley through of oils etc!
My voucher cost £99 and for that we received a back massage with oils (I went for a pregnancy massage), a lovely express facial, use of the facilities such as sauna, steam room and huge massging chairs – and then a huge afternoon tea.
The treatments were incredible on my aching pregnant body but the real treat of the afternoon was the afternoon tea. I’m not sure where we put it al! There was finger sandwiches, scones with cream and jam, mini victoria sponges, tiny creme brulee, cheesecakes and of course – endless supplies of tea. We made our way back to the car after this and made the mistake of going to IKEA whilst incredibly full and had to waddle round. We also went and chose my pram after this which was very exciting and I will be sharing it with you on another post.
My blog will be changing soon. I’m very close to being a mum so as well as showing off fat fashion, I’ll also be including my little girl and her wonderful outfits as well as day trips out and more lifestyle posts etc! I really want to blog about positive parenthood and shaping my child to be a confident, well rounded and happy person – as well as the ups and downs of being a plus size mumma!
Finally, my blog has been nominated for an award! After such a tough year, I’d absolutely love to win this. Head over to here and check “Fabulously Fat Fashion” to vote for me. It would mean the world to me!