Introducing a new arrival

There is someone I’d like you to meet, the inher30s family has a new arrival.

The Little Man arrived on the scene late July and he brought with him a total change of pace for us – we’ve spent the last month adjusting to life with our beautiful fella!!

With so much change afoot, what next for the blog?

The intention of the blog was to chronicle life in my 30s, an entrance to a new decade and since I counted myself as a foodie, this started off as me largely reviewing all the places I had been to.  But life as I know it has changed, I’m no longer scoping the London restaurant scene numerous nights a week and restaurant outings are carefully planned using the grandparent base to babysit and squeezing the pram into restaurants while imploring the sprog to behave himself!

When I first started out, I was entirely naive, I followed a few bloggers but had no idea there was a whole world of bloggers out in the world, a community who followed and supported each other through technical trials & tribulations right through to catching up on what our favourite places to eat out were.  And now that I am a part of this world, there’s no way I’m leaving it – I’m so proud to count some of my awesome fellow bloggers as friends and have learnt so much from them!

So what now? Well to be honest I don’t really know what will happen exactly – my intention is not for this to become a Mummy/Baby blog, but it’ll be inevitable that talk of the Sprog will filter through..

I’ll still tell you about where and what I’m eating, but probably now with a family friendly twist, my long dreamed of plans to be a good cook will have to start taking shape so I’ll share some of my culinary experiments with you and I’ll talk about any travels we embark on as a family.

It’s all a new adventure for inher30s, so all I can say is, watch this space!


25 thoughts on “Introducing a new arrival

  1. Congrats again Manasi. Personally, I’m delighted to hear some sproglet related stuff will leak on to your blog – I need the tips! I second the call for ideas for nights in – I’ve no grandparent base nearby and attempts to get a babysitter this weekend have so far failed miserably, boo! xx

  2. Congratulations!!! What a little cutie! Obviously your new little bubba now comes first but I’m still looking forward to reading about your antics with baby in tow. I’m so happy for you! 🙂

    • Thanks Melissa, I hope so! It feels so nerve racking not knowing what is ahead, I’m more of a planner usually! Hope you’re well xx

  3. Congratulations!!! It’s quite a change indeed, but I’m sure you’ll enjoy a lot this new stage of life. As for the blog, there’s a lot of space for new things, for example home cooking and how to make the best of a night out when you can’t go out as many times as you did. We’ll keep on following you 🙂

  4. Congratulations! I’m a mum of two and rely on hubby’s parents for childcare. We do dine out with the little ‘angles’ but it’s very rare we visit anywhere worth blogging as the food is so average. I’d never be inconsiderate enough (in my opinion) to take them to a Michelin star restaurant as I would be annoyed if on a romantic date I was sat next to two noisy kids!
    Really can relate to this post, congratulations again, you’ll be over the sleep deprivation in about 18 years! (So I’m told) 😉 look forward to your future posts xxxx

    • Thank you! Yea he’s pretty portable at the moment as he’s so small and just sleeps but already I can see he’s not going to be so easy to take out to the more formal places! But you’re right, regardless of how well behaved, I wouldn’t want to dine in a really upmarket place with kids nearby!

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