TweetExperiencing my first I remember my first Mother’s Day, it was in 2009 and I was a Single Mother and although my family tried to make it special for me, I still felt left out. I had dreamt about my first Mothers Day and being woken up with breakfast in bed, a little hand written
TweetIt all started with a series of bad decisions and a very unhealthy relationship but ended in love, marriage and a new baby in the carriage (well not such a baby anymore). Surviving pregnancy My pregnancy was relatively uncomplicated and easy (well except for developing preeclampsia towards the end of my third trimester and 2
Tweet For the last 6 months I can honestly say I have taken a blogging back seat, not because anything had happened but I chose to live in the now and shift my focus to my family and not stress about building my blog, stats, views, content and all that shiz. Now whether or not
TweetSo today marks the second day of the school holidays (guys my Danny is off to Grade 2 next year) and your child is already pestering you with questions of what you have planned. Well we have you covered, whether you’re currently in your pj’s on leave or working through the festive season there’s something
Being a Parent comes with its ups and downs, there will be good times and there will be times you regret – any Parent that says no is lying and yet I will still never change it for the world. It’s challenging at the best of times and its fine to agree that kids sometimes suck but I love my little family, the only thing I still need is a damn decent good night’s sleep.
TweetSo I’ve been fairly quiet lately and not due to losing interest in my little blog but because September has been a crazy busy month for us! We started off with Josh starting a new school, which was the best decision we could ever have made. Yes it’s a lot more money and we’ve had
TweetAs Parents we have a responsibility towards our children, to love them, care for them, provide for them and protect them. As a child our family were fortunate enough to always have a vehicle and our Parents only rule in it was that every passenger HAD to have a seatbelt on at ALL times. This
My bit of advice when doing your kid’s room, stick to something timeless, and a theme that can grow with them through the stages and ages of their life because shits expensive.
TweetWell hello there, I know its been a while since I’ve posted here but life has been keeping us extremely busy but thankfully most of us get a few days off this school holiday, YAY! So now that the school holidays have officially begun many parents are searching the interweb for fun activities (which won’t
I have a confession to make. I’m an addict and a semi present Mom