I am a mom of two little girls. I have no sons, in fact only one member of my extended family has a son. I have four sisters, my one sister only has girls, my sisters-in-law only have girls, my cousins have girls except for the one boy. ONE! I even have a stepdaughter too… Continue reading 25 Things Moms Of Girls Will Understand!
Hi all. Well, I have been a bit quiet this past week, in fact I took a bit of time out from the blog. My parents from Zim and my sister from the U.K. all came to visit, and my husband was home as well (Yay!!) so instead of spending my time blogging, I got… Continue reading My #InstaRoundUp: September 2
I skipped a week. My bad! Okay, maybe I'm too old to 'say' that. But I did. I skipped a whole week. The week before this was so hectic I only did 6 Instagram posts so I thought that it was basically just cheating to choose the top 5. So I waited a week and I… Continue reading My Instaweek Round Up – August Weeks 4 & 5
It is 'Women's Day' today. A day to celebrate being a woman, and to recognise all the amazing women in our lives. If I could have one wish this Women's Day, it would be to spend the day with the women in my life who showed me what it is to be a phenomenal woman… Continue reading To My Women on Women’s Day
Whilst most kids went back to school yesterday, we are still 'on holiday'. 'Holiday' is a loose term. We're actually still checking out some stuff here in East London such as schools, houses, etc. whilst planning our move. To say that it's getting us all a bit down is an understatement. It's quite literally exhausting,… Continue reading Beach Bums
Today, my eldest daughter turned six. To celebrate this amazing little girl who I love adore and cherish, I thought I would do a little birthday interview with her. All answers are her own, I did not guide her or prompt her. In brackets are my reactions. Here's what she has to say today: What… Continue reading An Interview With My Daughter, Now She Is Six!
This week's edition of my new series, #ParentingWin vs #ParentingFail comes from the lovely Liz Deacle who blogs over at itsadrama. She's an ex-pat homeschooling mama of teens, currently living in NZ. I love Liz's blog because she is so honest and so funny. Her posts always cheer me up whilst also dealing with important… Continue reading #ParentingWin vs #ParentingFail ft. itsadrama
Father's Day when Daddy is away is a not as good as the other version. How do you make sure your kids are happy?