Very Early Signs of Pregnancy

Compared to first time around, I fell pregnant fairly quickly with baby number 2. And to be honest, if it wasn’t for me being so in tune with my body I may not have known I was pregnant as early as I did. All of those very early signs of pregnancy were there… Read more

The One Without A Photo…

Just shy of a month ago we moved house.

We moved from an old, mid terraced house that we had made into a comfortable home into a brand new house, with crisp white (none textured) walls, even floors and stacks of possibility.

Exciting stuff!

My blog’s name originally derived from our previous address. I’m not *quite* silly enough to publish my actual address for the whole world to see: but I have always liked the word Vista… A long and pleasing view. Read more

My Captured Moment: My Happy Place

I always thought that people who went on holiday whilst off work sick were swinging the lead. But now that I have actually been off sick (I went back to work on Friday) I can see why it is a good thing and why anyone that is able should do it.

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All Aboard The BB Bakery Bus

BB Bakery is a traditional French Salon de Thé (that’s cafe to us Brits) bringing the authentic taste of real French baking to London. Whether you want to meet friends for a coffee and a pastry, relax in comfy chairs over a spot of lunch at their bakery or… for something a little different you could enjoy a unique BB Afternoon Tea Tour on a Routemaster Bus…

BB Bakery is the place to be…

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The Month of May

I cannot believe it has been a WHOLE month since I set myself some frugal goals for the month and since we last had a real, proper catch up – my word, what a month May has been…

The Month of May written by katie haydock for life on vista street

This month has been a bit of a difficult one by all accounts. A few bits of stress over a few different things mounted up and has caused a few sleepless nights. Our possible impending house move being one of the biggest.

We’re still waiting on a yes or no decision. Long story short – it’s driving us bonkers!

An operation that I’ve been waiting for has been postponed for at least another four weeks. Anyone suffering with Gallstones will know why this is a stress for me. I was looking forward to not having to panic about what I eat when I go to London for a mini break for Brit Mums this year. No such luck.  Read more