Caribbean, Family, Motherhood, Travel and Adventure

Latitude 12° North – Avoiding potential hurricanes in Grenada

After a 56 hour sail from the BVI to Grenada we arrived in St. George and anchored off Grand Anse beach. The ground below was flat coral shell and difficult to find sand, but once anchored it was good holding. We stayed in this spot for a week to get to know our surroundings, catch… Continue reading Latitude 12° North – Avoiding potential hurricanes in Grenada

Family, Motherhood

Léna turns 1

Time has flown by in the blink of an eye and just like that we have a 1 year old daughter. Can you believe it? It still amazes me everyday how this small human was once inside of me and now she's developing into an incredible little girl. Considering Léna was 5 weeks premature, she… Continue reading Léna turns 1

Family, Motherhood, Travel

Flying with a baby

Before I had a child I was definitely one of those people who hated having babies and young children sit behind, in front or anywhere in vicinity of me whilst on a plane. Just as you finally fall asleep on those uncomfortable airline seats, babies start to scream uncontrollably or you get a few jabs… Continue reading Flying with a baby

Family, Motherhood, Travel and Adventure

Family come to visit

This was my parents 3rd time visiting us in the BVI. It was definitely a different experience for them this time after the hurricane had hit. Previously we had taken them out on a charter boat for a week, sent them on day sails to the many different islands, we dined in all the nice… Continue reading Family come to visit

Motherhood, Travel and Adventure

Raising an Island baby

Growing up on the outskirts of a busy city, surrounded by the beautiful English countryside, I had a great upbringing. I had the best of both worlds, from a bustling town filled with shops, restaurants, cinemas, theatres and some great schools in the area, to the calm of the lush green Yorkshire Dales with stunning… Continue reading Raising an Island baby