Oh Kelly Brook, what have you said??? … More Hands up if you’re a lazy working mum…
So we made it back to Blighty after our French road trip and what a trip it was. I have to say I’m a complete Eurocamp convert – having never done this kind of holiday before. We’ve driven to France before and always find it fairly easy. Well, I find it easy because hubster does … More Happy (euro) campers
After a few crazy weeks of school, work and just life, we are packing up and hitting the road for our summer (we’ll, half term) break in France. Once again we are driving (don’t ask why!) but heading a little further south. First stop, Orleans – although I keep having to remind hubster that this … More Team Mumsomnia do France 🇫🇷
This week, I saw a tweet from someone questioning their partner’s plans for Christmas morning, with an air of shock, confusion and let’s be honest, disgust. This got me thinking, how many people really discuss their Christmas traditions with a partner? I mean actually discuss, rather than reminisce and how do you then decide which … More Christmas traditionology. What do you do?
So, December is well and truly here. My social feeds are full of images of people’s perfectly pruned trees and Santa visits, and my social life resembles that of pre-kids me (but my bank balance certainly doesn’t! 😩). This brings a whole new dimension to my ongoing need to juggle through life as a parent, … More The Christmas juggle – bad mum style
There’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing … More Penny pincher’s half term ideas!!!
Boy 1 has just entered his last year of single digits. I never really saw it as a ‘thing’ when I was younger, but it really has struck me just what a milestone turning 10 is and how much I have learned from my first few years of being a mother. Not just the cliched … More 9 lessons from 9 years of parenting
So any fan of so called ‘instamums’ would no doubt have seen or heard about an article that appeared today in a certain national newspaper. I’m not going to link to it but it starts with Daily and rhymes with ‘Fail’. The ‘article’ basically slammed some of my favourite mama bloggers and authors, Clemmie Telford, … More Mothers unite for fish fingers. Seriously…
I’ll be totally honest. This weekend was by no means perfect. I actually started writing this post a few weeks ago, but all the madness and sadness in the world made it feel a little inappropriate. But it feels like now is a good time to share… Slight exaggeration but as this weekend comes to … More Formula for a perfect (family) weekend….
Last week, I was interviewed by a journalist for the Telegraph who wanted to know how I explained and answered difficult questions about current affairs to Boy1. Its a really interesting issue because I’ve always wanted to make sure I don’t overprotect my children from the big wide world. In fact its my responsibility as … More Breaking the News to a child