This time last year we posted our first ever blog posts. One each. Since then we have posted a whopping 53 more times between us! It seems that the joys and jollops of parenting and motherhood offer an endless stream of creative inspiration. Who knew? Here's a small selection of our favourites: “My socks are wonky!!!!” … Continue reading Two small posts, One giant leap..
I know, I know we are supposed to be on a break! But I’ve realised over the past week that blogging has become my therapeutic ‘vent’, without which I will likely explode and divorce papers will be signed… So I’m writing a quick sneaky post about the joyful Christmas that we have just celebrated endured. … Continue reading How was it for you?!
You may have noticed that Christmas is fast approaching. You will have undoubtedly seen the panicked looks on the faces of shoppers and been bombarded by adverts for toys that are no longer available in the shops. (They put these on just to taunt small children!) Following on from my Christmas tree blog, you may … Continue reading Sarah’s alternative Christmas!
December is here, the advent calendars are open and Christmas is just around the corner. For some people this is a time of joy and excitement. My children, for example, are deliriously happy and excitable. I however, have momentarily lost my Christmas enthusiasm, because it’s also that time of year once more, when we … Continue reading Christmas tree, Oh Christmas tree…
Sporty Mummy looks her sportiest on the school run..
Sleep deprived mummy hasn’t slept for 3 years. Sleep deprived mummy’s baby wakes her up twice in the night for milk feeds. Sleep deprived mummy’s toddler wakes her up 18 times a night, because she likes to exercise control. On the very rare occasion that the baby and the toddler do not wake mummy up, … Continue reading Sleep Deprived Mummy
Advocate Mummy is one of those people who likes to tell her friends, who don’t have children, how wonderful it is to have them. Advocate Mummy can’t wait for her childless friends to start their own families and join the Mummy club. Advocate Mummy tries her hardest to make other people broody by making them … Continue reading Advocate Mummy
Little Miss Judgy Pants doesn’t actually have any children but she does do babysitting.
“Mum! Where’s my shoes?” “Mum! Can you wipe my bum?” “Mum! The baby has sicked on the carpet.” “Mum! The dog has sicked on the baby!” “MUUUMM! We’re staaarving!” Does this sound familiar to you? Yes? Well then you may well be what is known as a ‘professional’ Mum. Or ‘Mum’ for short. The role … Continue reading 10 signs that you are a professional Mum
Raising Girls – Raising Self Esteem On the 1st July 2013 my beautiful daughter came into this world, screaming like a diva and perfect in every way. She was a complete surprise to me and my mother, who was at my side. I was convinced that she was a boy throughout my pregnancy, and when … Continue reading Raising Girls, Raising Self-Esteem