Actually, I'm 'The Queen' of a lot of things and have been labeled that many times in my life ... 'The Lazy Queen' (not so nice), the 'Wine Queen' (I'll take that one). One label I own in a self-resignation kind of way is 'The Queen of Procrastination'. It's a quality I admit to, can't… Continue reading I Am The Queen Of Procrastination
This week's instalment of #ParentingWin vs #ParentingFail features the lovely Lucy from Me Being Mummy. Lucy blogs about all things make-up, beauty and hair, whilst also being a hair stylist and mummy to two lively little boys. I love Lucy's honest approach to the not so perfect side of motherhood, which she shares openly in a way… Continue reading #ParentingWin vs #ParentingFail ft Me Being Mummy
Triskaphobia is the fear of the number 3. Whilst I recognize that this is a real phobia and I in no way mean to make light of any Mental Health issues, I wouldn't exactly say that I have a phobia of the number 3, it's more like a healthy respect for it and the impending… Continue reading Triskaphobia
So this happened today: My youngest throws a tantrum at the gym during her swimming lesson. To see a 6" something giant swimming coach wrestle a 3 year old and loose to 'the plank', is quite something to behold! Anyway ... so we leave early. She refuses to change so we just run to the… Continue reading It’s Funny Now
I have a theory. Controversial maybe, since I'm not a scientist or a priest. I'm just a woman, standing in front of her family tree, contemplating the future. The men who marry into my family are breeding out their family names. Let me try to explain how I arrive at this theory. Please try keep… Continue reading Now Listen Sisters
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. Then I got a comment from the lovely Nicole over at Tales from Mamaville.… Continue reading The Lighter Side of Three
This is me ... Every. Single. Day! And here are a few more that made me chuckle through my yawns.
Note: I might actually be broken. Yesterday I achieved a higher level of achievement of Domestic Engineer than I ever thought was possible. FYI: Domestic Engineer - the stay-at-home-parent who is mostly responsible for house, kids and chores. In addition to a morning of running a number of errands around town, after collecting the children from… Continue reading Domestic Engineer: Advanced Level