Meet the Welsh Bloggers 2019 – Then There Were Three

Pregnant lady

This year Welsh Mummy Blogs is interviewing Welsh bloggers.

With so many high profile bloggers out there, we may forget some of the amazing Welsh bloggers who are closer to home.
Today I am interviewing Jenna Newell the author of Then There Were Three.

  • Please tell us a little bit about yourself?

My name is Jenna, and I am a 29 year old blogger based in South Wales. I work part time for an airline and am also in the middle of completing an Access Course with the hopes of going back to uni to study Midwifery. I have two daughters, Aoife who is almost 4 and Florrie who is 17 months.

  • What is your blog about?

My blog started off as a lifestyle and parenting blog, but over the last year it has become a platform to raise awareness of Surrogacy. My blog has allowed me to let people follow my journey of being a surrogate and has been very well received.

Mother with children

  • What/who inspired you to start a blog?

I was on maternity leave with my eldest when I first started blogging; I wanted to keep a record of things we did whilst she grew up. It took me a long time to “come out” about my blogging and the majority of my early posts have now been archived. Despite this I’m glad that i made the decision to go ahead with it.

  • What challenges have you faced whilst blogging?

Time is a big challenge for me; i don’t have enough of it! I did notice that some people who I thought were friends decided to unfollow me on social media platforms, but it’s water off a ducks back for me. The majority of readers are very supportive, especially regarding surrogacy.

  • What are your 2019 blogging goals?

To try and blog more – realistically this will be hard as my course is taking priority at the moment, but once completed i can get back to blogging!

  • How can we follow you?

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