Dear B, The day you were born, you changed our lives. You’ve grown up so quickly and continue to grow in to a fabulous little boy, despite the near constant streams of bogeys. The world is a big place, and although you’re small, you have the chance to make an impact. You are strong, thoughtful…… Continue reading A Letter To My Two Year Old
I know it’s been a while since I had BB, but the memory of his birth stays fresh in my mind. Particularly as for me, the birth was rough. And as one of my closest friends is currently going through an induction, I feel like it’s now the right time to start talking about it.…… Continue reading Introducing Induction
You know how it is. Your flight is in 6 hours and while you’re excited about jetting off on your hols, procrastination gets the better of you and you’ve barely packed a pair of knickers let alone a weeks worth of floaty dresses, anti humidity shampoo and sky high wedges. Well, that was me -…… Continue reading The Holiday Files pt2
As I write this, I’m immediately transported back to planning holidays before children. Look how happy we are!! I’m not the most adventurous traveller. I mean, I love going to exotic, far flung places. But only if they involve a beach. I’ll happily have cultural weekend city breaks, but for a holiday I need a bar, a…… Continue reading The Holiday Files pt1 – Choosing A Holiday
Unless you’ve been living under a rock a la Makka Pakka, there’s a very large chance that at some point in your child’s life you have stumbled upon In The Night Garden. Even if you just caught the last 2 minutes when you tuned in to watch Tom Hardy read the Bedtime Story on CBeebies.…… Continue reading In The Night Garden Live – Blackheath
This year feels like winter has been spectacularly long. Just as a bright day comes along, the rain clouds come over and the rain begins. But, and I may be counting my chickens, it has been sunny for more than 3 days in a row in London now. And, unlike tradition, it’s due to be…… Continue reading We love the sun!
As much as most normal people hate sending traffic towards the Daily Mail, there has been an article published this week, written by a mother, berating the current “trend” of mum’s writing about a different strain of parenting. This different strain? Reality. The reality of sitting on the toilet sobbing when your husband comes home…… Continue reading Why We Need Slummy Mummies