July 11th marked my 26th trip around our star. As much as I'd like to be, I'm not one for lists, however a somewhat mediocre birthday (due to being stuck in my own head for a lot of it) has sparked two lists dedicated to no one else but myself. In an attempt at self-love, … Continue reading Letting the baps free: 26 lessons in 26 years
A couple of days ago, my attention was drawn to a shared article on Facebook by a guy I went to school with. The article in question, which can be accessed here, claims a mother holds intentions of suing travel giants Thomas Cook, after her daughter was allegedly 'abducted' from their Turkish hotel's Kids Club. A brief … Continue reading GIOMC 03: Kids’ Clubs and Outspoken Parents
Hey everyone! I've pinpointed 6 of the products I use everyday without fail and realised how beneficial they are within the context of motherhood, whether due to time constraints, a quick pick me up, or as we're in the throes of potty-training, absolute hygienic convenience! I'll start with my newly-kindled love affair with Zoflora: I'd … Continue reading 6 Mum Must-Haves
I completed a Fragrance Direct shop a few weeks ago, of which much of its contents can be found here in a previous blog. I'd never been a religious face masker before trying these masks, however the diversity of scents and overall results have me reaching for different masks to try on what I now … Continue reading Anatomicals: an honest review
*Ok, you're correct in saying it hasn't won any awards. However, my partner is an actual fully-fledged chef and my son eats it time after time without any complaints. In fact, he always says it's "lishous" (delicious for the non-baby-talkers). So actually it's better than any other award winning pasta. Fact. On with the show... … Continue reading Fussy eats 01: My award winning Pasta*
Motherhood is getting wet in the rain because your hood keeps blowing off. You haven't got an umbrella and you haven't got free hands because you're ensuring your baby is shielded instead. Motherhood is refusing to give them something different for dinner because they're refusing to eat - you don't want them to be fussy … Continue reading Motherhood is…
A touching and honest take on postnatal depression.