Sunday March 25th finally felt like spring had decided to fulfil its seasonal duties. Winter had overstayed its welcome and was refusing to leave, but spring had now won the fight! As a result and what was clearly the thinking of many other people, we decided to take full advantage and head off to the… Continue reading Sunday Family Fun Day
Oh my god, how is this my child…it’s like invasion of the body snatchers. What has happened to my little girl, I didn’t sign up for this. One day you get this beautiful little baby in your arms, you can’t believe how much you love that child. The feeling you have will never go… Continue reading Terrible Two’s…But She’s Not Two!
I feel like the books are typically aimed at women, where everything is “magical” or “glowing”. Having watched Lorraine go through pregnancy and childbirth, I can tell you the woman’s side of things is anything but. The prospective dad’s role is generally to quietly support from the background in most of these… Continue reading Beginners Guide to Dadding
Before having a child the thought of being puked on made me want to puke, enter Riley. Now don’t get me wrong I do not encourage the act of puking for any reason, well unless you’re severely hungover. It is always acceptable to have a quick chunder to ease the pain of the night before.… Continue reading The Poorly Child
This is true I am a woman and I am a mother. I’ve had this condition for quite a while now. I’ve been a woman for nearly 44 years and a mother for nearly 2. I’ve been to the doctors and there is nothing that can be done. I’ve described all the symptoms of being… Continue reading But you’re a woman….and a mother.
Guest post from Dream Cleaners London A recent study, published by renowned experts studying children’s behavior revealed a scary statistics last month – only 28 percent of all parents around the globe indulge their children in the cleaning of their homes. You might think it’s not a big deal – but you’re wrong. Children who… Continue reading 4 Fun Cleaning Tasks for Kids
This Christmas was a very different experience, one that I’m hoping to some extent not to repeat. Christmas is usually spent in the traditional way, drunkenly singing Fairytale of New York while promising to never drink again as the invisible man smashes my head with a hammer the following morning. This Christmas was more… Continue reading Christmas With A Toddler