May Round Up!

Eek! Can you believe we're almost half way through the year. This year is flying by again. 

Book: No book again this month but I hope I'll get a bit more time next month!

Film: This month has been a good month for films! I loved "Love and Monsters". I also watched "Stowaway" expecting to love it but found it so sad and depressing. Do not watch it as an easy going film for sure!

TV Show: I love easy going shows, ideally 20 minutes and "Family Reunion" has been a firm favourite. Of course, I also started watching the new series' of Grey's Anatomy and Station 19, and both are amazing. Plus, I watched Motherland and Great News, which are both funny sitcoms. 

Podcast: I've not listened to any new podcasts this month, but I think I might start listening to ‎Sh**ged Married Annoyed by Rosie and Chris Ramsey. 

Blogger: After a collaboration earlier in the month, I'm going to stay my favourite this month is Happity. 

YouTuber: Who have I been excited to click on straight away this month? Our Tiny Tribe! I love Ebony and she's so gorgeous inside and out. I met her before she had kids and now she had two. It's been lovely to watch her grow up. 

Personal Blog Post: It may be a little sad, but I've waited so long for this jewellery box, so my beautiful Stackers post all the way! Purchase here for a discount. However, my Stacey Solomon try on made me feel so confident and beautiful too. 

Personal Vlog: I've loved so many of my vlogs this month; they've all got so many special memories. I think the ones where I'm reunited with family and friends are good to watch though. 

Personal Memory: My favourite memory was going to the circus with my family. It was nice to be doing something normal for a change. But I also had an amazing shift at work where I looked after a family from admission, throughout labour, suturing,  NIPE and discharge, with no other care needed!

Summary: It's been nice to feel more comfortable at work, be reunited with family and enjoy some proper uninterrupted downtime. 

Inspiring: I've had some lovely memories this month but it's always the women I care for that inspire me the most. This month I've had some real powerhouse women, who gave birth naturally and incredibly. 

Frightening: I helped welcome a little 29 week baby into the world this month, and even though it was somewhat frightening, I'm so glad I was able to support the family through that time. 

Next Month: I'm going to be a community midwife for 6 months, as of next week so that's a big change! 

Stay tuned for my thoughts on my first rotation and starting my next!