Do you remember 'popping into town' with your friends for a bit of shopping and lunch... and a bit more shopping? Do you remember how much fun that was? Trying things on, finding shoes that match your outfit. And more shoes that match the other outfits you've just bought? Time to browse. Time to think. … Continue reading All That Faff
Well here I am – I’ve made it! This week marks my youngest baby’s 2nd birthday. To be honest I’m sure he’s only one, but the calendar and his sudden liking for tantrums, screaming, hair pulling and shouting “MINE” when he steals his siblings’ belongings tell me otherwise. When I discovered I was pregnant with … Continue reading What to do with two under two
Did we mention that our blog has reached the grand old age of ONE?
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..
Sporty Mummy looks her sportiest on the school run..
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.
Save for my two chieftains, I haven’t had a boss who doesn’t spend all day in a onesie, for over 7 years
I’ve just got back from dropping both of my children off at school. Yes both. For today is the day that our youngest child begins the mammoth journey that is primary school. I’ll be honest, I’m trying to muster some emotions around the whole thing. Do I feel sad that she is now enveloped in … Continue reading End of an Era
Why you need to get your kids signed up for Forest School!