It’s a Girl! + Weekend update.


I am very happy to announce to you all today that my fiancee and I are expecting a baby girl. We booked in to have a private scan on Thursday and we both went in full of excitement in anticipation of finding out the sex of our bundle of joy. The scan was a really amazing experience as we got to see some close 4D images of baby and also hear her heartbeat. We now have a whole collection of great clear photos of the baby, some of which I have posted throughout


16 Week gender scan

We also purchased babies first teddy bear which has a recording of babies heartbeat inside. Squeezing the teddys chest will play the heartbeat. Since then we have gone a bit mad with buying her clothes since we know the gender!


Heartbeat teddy




Fridays saw us driving down the Hemel-Hempstead and checking into our hotel for the weekend. Our only plans for the weekend were to visit the Warner Bros Studio Tour. So Friday and Saturday were pretty open for us in terms of finding something to do. On Friday after we had checked in we had a drive into Watford and found an InTu shopping centre and spent most of the afternoon there before retiring pretty early to bed. On Saturday we took the 30-minute drive up to Milton-Keynes as it has always been a city I wanted to check out. We managed to find another InTU shopping centre and also a place that had a cinema and bowling complex. We ended up spending a fortune on food and drink and also bought stuff from the Disney store for the little one.

Sunday was filled with everything Harry Potter. We spent a good three hours at the

20180317_145319.jpg Studio and managed to see everything that it had to offer. For anyone who hasn’t been its a chance for fans to get close up with the sets and props that were used to create the Harry Potter film Series. We managed to walk through all the sets which included The Forbidden Forest, Hagrid’s Hut, Dumbledores Office, Privet Drive, The Gryffindor Common room and plenty more. We saw creatures such as Aragog the spider and Buckbeak the Hippogriff.




We spent about three hours walking around the sets and making the most of our time there. We came home with a Gryffindor baby grow a wizard chess set and some other bits including chocolate frogs. If you haven’t been and you are a fan of Potter then I would highly recommend the visit. It really was a magical day!



I know today’s post has seemed a little rushed but I really wanted to get something posted and I have had very little time to plan anything other the weekend. There are plans in the work to collaborate with another blogger that I have recently connected with and I am very excited about that! now though I shall leave you with some of my favourite shots from Hogwarts!




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