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
House hunting with kids is not for the faint hearted! In fact you really need to have your wits about you or be medicated - there is no in-between. Really! Please ... hear what I am saying?! This is not an exaggeration! We have been house hunting for two days so far, and with a… Continue reading 5 Top Tips for House Hunting With Kids
Welcome to my latest edition of #ParentingWin vs #ParentingFail. This week I decided I'd share my own stories. I have many wins and many fails, but the two I'm about to share always stick out for me as the most memorable. You'll see why ... trust me, they're huge! My ParentingWin would have to be… Continue reading #ParentingWin vs #ParentingFail ft. Me
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?
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
There I was, sitting in my home office, minding my own business, when I heard a strange thumping sound coming from the lounge. My heart stopped, and in a millisecond I considered just locking myself in the office and hiding from whoever was ransacking my house. Then I realised, I'm an adult, don't be pathetic,… Continue reading A Bird In My House!
When did the word 'competition' become a dirty word, not to be uttered for fear of being made to feel guilty for wanting more, or for fear of offending everyone? I read a post today that got me all fired up, enough to actually put my fingers to my keyboard and write this post. It was… Continue reading What Happened To Competition?
A minute. 60 seconds. A moment. As a wife and mother, my family expect me to be able to do a multitude of tasks whenever they need it done. I am not complaining, and I am not alone. There are millions of us. We are the consummate professionals at juggling life. We are expected to… Continue reading Just A Moment