Polly Mixtures

  • Journeying without a destination

    Life between Gibraltar, Spain and the UK .

  • Food Glorious Food

    Baking escapades, titillating tapas, tinto and tea!

  • Adventures as a Mum

    Navigating the new World of parenthood one nappy at a time

About

About

Welcome to my blog! I'm a chocolate scoffing, wine quaffing tea addict with a penchant for baking! Originally a Brighton girl, now living in Gibraltar with my gorgeous husband and baby girl. I was called Polly Dolly Day Dreamer as a child and I'm still the World's greatest procrastinator which is pretty much how this blog came about! I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoy writing it. Love Polly x For any PR enquiries please contact me on pollymixtures at gmail.com

Latest in Parenting

SLEEP SOLUTIONS – Let sleeping parents lie

SLEEP SOLUTIONS – Let sleeping parents lie

Apr 8, 2017 | No Comments

When you become a new parent, your conversations will generally revolve around three things: nappies – of which there are plenty, feeding – there is always too much or too little and sleep – which you can basically give up on. What’s that? You are a new parent and you are sleeping?! Don’t tell anyone […]

POSTNATAL DEPRESSION – Bring that Mummy back to me!

POSTNATAL DEPRESSION – Bring that Mummy back to me!

Apr 6, 2017 | No Comments

And then I said it. “I think I have postnatal depression.” The words hung heavy in the air between my husband and I. They just tumbled out of my mouth. Neither of us knew what to say next. It’s not the first time that I have dealt with postnatal depression, or depression for that matter. […]

PARENTS & PARTNERS – Becoming better at romance and parenting

PARENTS & PARTNERS – Becoming better at romance and parenting

Feb 21, 2017 | No Comments

With Valentine ’s Day approaching, what are your plans? Romance and parenting aren’t two words you often see close together. If these words were at school, they’d be at opposite sides of the canteen. Popular Romance would be giggling with wild abandon while Parenting would be slumped over a chair probably sleeping with her mouth […]

Stay Connected: