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Parenting Win vs Parenting Fail ft. The Non Adventures of A SAHM

After a brief hiatus from this series, I am so excited to bring it back to life. The lovely Nadia from her blog "The Non Adventures of A Stay At Home Mom" has bravely volunteered to be featured and I just love her Parenting Win and Parenting Fail stories. If this is the first time… Continue reading Parenting Win vs Parenting Fail ft. The Non Adventures of A SAHM

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#ParentingWin vs #ParentingFail ft. itsadrama

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

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How To Survive Your Sick Kids

My kids are sick, mainly the older one, but both of them. Their symptoms have ranged from a persistent cough lasting about 3 weeks, to stomach ache, to raging fevers of almost 40 degrees the past two nights in a row, runny noses (that's being polite), weeping eyes, you name it, they have it! Before… Continue reading How To Survive Your Sick Kids

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How To Be A Good Blogger

I have been blogging for almost a year now. In that time I have learnt a huge amount that I didn't even know was necessary to run a successful blog. I thought I would just write about my parenting life, and that would be it. How wrong I was! People start blogs for many different… Continue reading How To Be A Good Blogger

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The Evolution Of Motherhood

Back when I was in the trenches of early motherhood, the days with the demanding toddler, emotionally charged with raging emotions, and the tiny baby, the moving to a new country where I knew no one, those trenches, back in those days I used to look at women who had "stopped" having more kids and think… Continue reading The Evolution Of Motherhood