My First Maternity Photoshoot 💙

A few weeks ago, I treated myself to my first maternity photoshoot.  As a nice little treat and keepsake for my first pregnancy. After answering a makeover shoot casting, I chose Bombshell Photography UK. I saw Alison’s work on her portfolio, and loved her images. I will include her social media links at the end, for you to check her out yourself.  I highly recommend shooting with her.

I just wanted to document my experience, so I can look back on it, in the future. It was a home studio shoot, where I was very welcomed, especially on a morning with very bad weather. Alison started with doing my make-up and hair. My make-up was kept very natural, as I don’t wear too much make up in my everyday life. My hair was styled with some light curls.

Fashion wise, I took various outfits and styles. I kept one simple, with a black, long sleeved crop top and matching leggings. My favourite dress I took to is a beautiful blue evening gown, from Stardust Boutique. I thought this fitted well, as I’m expecting a boy. It also created my two favourite shots from the whole set.

I also took along a little baby vest, with cars on as a prop. This requires an explanation for it to make sense. My partner, the baby’s father is really into cars. So I thought the baby vest was a cute idea.

Below are a few looks at the final images. You can see the full album on my facebook page: Link <-


I hope you enjoyed the images as much as I love them! I can’t wait to share them with my baby when he’s a bit older. Photographs are by Alison Ward. Her social media accounts are below:

| Instagram: bombshellphotographyuk | Facebook: Bombshell Photography UK  |

Thanks for sharing my first maternity shoot experience with me!



The Liebster Award!

I’m honoured to have been nominated for The Liebster Award, by Hebah Pervaiz (Link). This award is very pronounced within the blogging community, for discovering new bloggers and bringing bloggers together in this online community. In honour of this award, I will be answering some questions given to me to answer.

    1. What was your worst travel experience?  I used to do a lot of travelling when I was younger. My worst travel experience is probably any time I’ve caught a train. I’m not a fan of how confusing train stations are. The worst train ride, was back when I was 19 years old. I was on my way back from a few days in Lincoln. This isn’t a one train journey trip. You have to change over trains in Birmingham. This second train journey was
    2. What is the furthest away you have been from home? I travel for pageants. The furthest of which have been driving up to Glasgow twice. Which is about an 800 mile round trip.
    3. Where would you like to live in the future? If I could move to any place to live, I would for sure choose Los Angeles, California. I choose here because I’ve always dreamt of moving to the United States, and living the American dream.
    4. Would you like to have children one day? If so, how many? Yes. I’m currently expecting my first child with my partner. We hope to have at least two children. The ideal nuclear family.
    5. What is your all-time favourite book? I don’t actually read too often. But the book I’ve just currently finished is American Gods. So this has to be my favourite.
    6. What is your pet peeve? I feel like my biggest pet peeve, is a common one. Ignorance is my biggest pet peeve. Individuals who form opinions on subjects without educating themselves first, really do grinds my gears.
    7. What is your worst habit? I think my worst habit might be repeating myself. I tend to repeat myself when talking to people because I sometimes forget what I’ve already said.
    8. What is the weirdest thing you have ever done? I’m always told by my partner that I have a few weird eating habits. From eating tuna straight from the can, baked beans cold from a can, to eating plain crackers. Apparently all of which is weird.
    9. If you knew you were going to die in 24 hours, what three things would you do in the time you had left? If I knew I was going to die in 24 hours. I would have no idea to begin with, probably because of shock. Firstly I’d get married to my partner, that way if I was to die 24 hours later, at least I got that. Secondly I’d eat as much junk food as I could possibly eat, I’d be dying anyway. Thirdly, I’d probably more selfishly, ring up as much debt buying clothes as I could. Build up my dream wardrobe. It’s not the right thing to do, but I’d be dead.
    10. What do you consider your greatest achievement? I consider my greatest achievement to date to be my relationship, because it’s hard work to maintain. If you ask me this question around November this year, the answer will change. This is because I’m due to have my baby at the end of October.
    11. Would you rather visit the world 100 years into the past or 100 years into the future? I had to think about the answer to this question for a while.

In no particular order, my nominations for The Liebster Award are…

  • Jazzy’s World (Link).
  • Miss Monet. (Link).
  • I Travel Jo (Link).
  • Miss Perry’s Beauty Blog (Link).
  • Simply Apostolia (Link).
  • Elle May. (Link).

The questions I’d love for my nominees to answer are below:

  1. Given the choice of anyone in the world whom would you want as a dinner guest and why?
  2. For what in your life do you feel most grateful?
  3. If travel was something everyone did as a rite of passage growing up where would you recommend they go and why? (one country only)
  4. What would be the best travel memory to have and how does it compare to what you have?
  5. Give a tip for other bloggers or potential blog starters:
  6. What is your favourite dish?
  7. Would you ever travel the world in a camper van?
  8. Give a travel tip for travellers:
  9. What do you think of selfie sticks?
  10. When you have a writer’s block what do you do to work it out?
  11. Who you gonna’ call?

Thanks for taking the time to read my post, as well as checking out all the nominee blogs, which I have linked. I can’t wait to see the nominees posts. Don’t forget to tag your nominator ( ME!) haha.



Emmy Awards 2017: 5 Best Dressed Actresses.

I love awards season, and watching the red carpet arrivals. Seeing all the beautiful designer gowns, on my favourite actresses. I don’t think I know any girls that don’t love at least seeing all the beautiful gowns. It’s such a dream of mine, to be invited to an awards ceremony so I can dress up like one of these real life princesses.

As last night was this years primetime emmy awards. I thought I’d take a look at all the dresses that walked down that carpet, and pick out the top 5 best dressed. Please remember that this is in my opinion. There was so many dresses that I had a hard time narrowing the choices down. But I managed to do it! There was an array of well known designers to new upcoming ones, in an array of colours and styles.

  • Sofia Vergara: No stranger to being in best dressed lists. Sofia Vergara always slays the dress game every awards season. Her beautiful mermaid style white gown; designed by Mark Zunino, is made for her curvaceous figure. A soft silver criss cross detail running through the bodice. This gown is pure bridal inspiration.
  • Nicole Kidman: For this carpet, Nicole Kidman chose a beautiful red gown styled dress; designed by Calvin Klein. It’s a bold choice, that I feel does her justice, from the neckline downwards. It’s a ball gown silhouette that’s cropped at the ankles. Details include silver chain around the neckline, to the subtle definition at the waist. It was perfectly paired with silver strapped stilletos.
  • Shailene Woodley: Her chosen dress, gave a modern twist on a hollywood classic look. Designed by Ralph Lauren. The deep forest green colour complimented her skin tone. A decadent material choice of velvet added to the luxurious look. The deep plunging neckline detail gives this the modern twist.
  • Kiernan Shipka: A modern take on looking like a princess. Her nude, princess inspired gown was designed by Miu Miu. The colour of the dress compliments her complexion perfectly. The full length gown has silver glitter detail as the straps and around the bodice of the gown along with the tulle skirt.
  • Sarah Hyland: I always look forward to seeing what Sarah Hyland chooses. As her choices are always on point. Her printed dress is designed by Zac Posen. This dress sported a cleverly done cut out in the bodice, which in my opinion was done tastefully. This is print done right, not any details, but the cut out and a high neckline.

I’d love to hear your opinions. Like I said there was so many amazing dresses, I could of been here for months writing out all the best dressed picks. So these were my absolutely favourite five.



Logan Lucky: Film Review.

The film choice a couple of days ago was Logan Lucky. I saw the trailer for this film a few times, and it hooked me in. Truth be told, the poster with a Ford Mustang on actually draw me into this film. Everyone knows that this is my future dream car. I thought it was going to be quite a funny film.

I really did enjoy Logan Lucky. Although there was a few negative points to the film, like it not really making sense at the end.  If you see this film, you may understand what I mean by this. The crew and cast did a great job in this though. Daniel Craig was unrecognisable in his role. Where on the other hand, Adam Driver’s role was made for him. In my opinion, Adam Driver is the best part of the entire film. Channing Tatum did well too, although I wasn’t a fan of Katie Holmes in this movie. I thought her heavy put on southern american accent was too over the top.

As I wrote this short film review a few weeks late, It’s probably the shortest review I’ve written, but several weeks later, without watching the film again, my memory is a bit short of the film, to be able to write a full review.

I’d still love to know what you thought if you managed to watch Logan Lucky yourself.


It: Film Review. (2017)

As an all round lover of horror films. It would of been a pretty obvious guess that this remake of It, was going to be on my to watch list. I’m also very scared of clowns. So that was probably going to be a bit of a proposed problem when watching this film. Nonetheless I was super hyped to watch this film at the midnight showing. To me there’s not a better time to watch a horror film then at midnight.  Accompanied with cinema must haves of popcorn and an lemon ice blast, which the little baby seems to enjoy making me crave.

I enjoyed the film. It was very well done, and when a remake gets the approval from the author themselves, like Stephen King did. I thought this was going to be amazing. The cast and crew did an amazing job redoing this film. I wasn’t a big fan of the shapeshifting, though it did make sense in the movie. I cannot commend Bill Skarsgard enough. Pennywise was by far the best part of the film, even though It really scared me. The younger actors playing the children also deserve credit. So many great acting moments, all around the topics of fear, abuse and bullying.

The only criticise I have about the movie is; there was way too many jump scares. I get a horror film relies on jump scares for the fear factor. But I found that Warner Bros’ have heavily relied on this throughout the movie. It got a little bit predictable.  Other then that, I would still recommend watching this film when you get a chance. I would love to hear what you thought via social media.


 Painting the Bump. 🤰🏼

As today marks 32 weeks into this crazy pregnancy journey. And the excitement into meeting my little bundle of joy in a month is coming close. So my friend contributed to having my bump painted, as a lovely keepsake to remember my first pregnancy. 

When I was trying to look for inspiration as to what I would have painted. I found it a little difficult. There’s loads of inspiration out there for bump paintings expecting little girls but not so much for little boys. In the end I found an amazing sketch of batman. As illustrated in the below screenshot. 

As I am a huge batman fan this was an obvious choice. I absolutely loved the finished product. The whole process took about an hour to complete, and we also added in my due date which is the 27th of October 2017. 

The painting was done by the lovely Joanna Delilah. She was friendly and professional. And did a great job. The finished painting was phenomenal. I’m so happy with this. 

I do recommend if you are expecting a bundle of joy yourself, getting a bump painting. It’s fun and a unique keepsake. If your Bristol based or can travel, I recommend Joanna. I’ll attach her social media links here, please do check her out for yourself. Instagram is joannadelilah_makeup and Facebook URL:;

Thanks for enjoying my experience. I can’t wait to meet my little batman fan.