Interview with my daughter now she is 6 years old
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An Interview With My Daughter, Now She Is Six!

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. Continue reading “An Interview With My Daughter, Now She Is Six!”

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My #Instaweek Round-Up: Wk 7 

This week has definitely been a better one than last week. My girls are both much better and they made it through the last four days of school! Just! We are now officially on holiday – wish us luck! Continue reading “My #Instaweek Round-Up: Wk 7 “

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Top 5 Questions all Parents want Answers to … or do we? 

As parents we often complain about how inquisitive our kids are. If you try to tell me that the “But why mom?” doesn’t get to you, you’re a liar! It gets to all of us!

But there are some questions us as parents ask every day, which, in my opinion, must be rhetorical because the alternative is too awful to contemplate, that there actually is a reason. What do you think?  Continue reading “Top 5 Questions all Parents want Answers to … or do we? “

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The Lighter Side of Three

Yes, believe it or not, there is one.

I got some lovely comments on my recent post: My Surprise Threenager. I have to say, most were other parents commiserating with me, sharing their experiences, and best wishes for the future. That’s parenting sharing.  Continue reading “The Lighter Side of Three”

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My Surprise Threenager

Don’t worry, I’m not surprised I HAVE a threenager, I’m just surprised she is one.

Anyone who knows me, or indeed read some of my earlier posts, will know that my eldest daughter and I have had a somewhat rocky past. Most of her rage induced tantrum’s stem from clothing. She HATES anything restrictive, anything remotely warm, especially wearing closed shoes (thank goodness we live in Africa, she would never cope in the UK). She’s basically a summer fairy who would be quite happy to run barefoot in the dirt wearing a small vest, short tights, hair unbrushed with bit of food in it, forever. Continue reading “My Surprise Threenager”