Can you believe it’s been a little over a year since I started on this journey as a blogger? I can’t, that’s for sure. So much has happened in those twelve plus months. To say that the last six months or so have been manic (what with Zosia turning one, Mum being in hospital for […]
First of all, let me start by wishing you all a very happy new year. I hope that, regardless of how 2017 has treated you, 2018 will be amazing. For us, 2017 was an amazing year. In February I gave birth to the most beautiful little thing. She has guided our life in a new […]
So, how is it Christmas Eve already? Where has this year gone? When you have a child, time sure flies. I’ve always loved this time of year but this year is going to be something special. We’re all prepped and ready to celebrate our first Christmas as a family. I’m so excited to see how […]
Guess who’s back?!? YAY! It’s good to be back. I just wanted to say a huge thank you to those who have stuck around. It has been a long, hard two months being back at work full time, but now I am finally free. I’ll be working part time doing supply teaching so I’ll have […]
So, let’s start off with a small apology. Since returning to work earlier this month, the blog has taken a massive hit. Being a mum and working full time is as difficult as you’d imagine. Despite not having the full range of teacher duties (marking, planning, data and assessment etc.) I still find that I […]
“Your mum’s so fat, N.A.S.A mistook her for a planet!” Today I saw myself in a full mirror for the first time since I gave birth and I did not like what I saw. In fact I was repulsed. What on earth has happened to my body? We we all know that after having a […]
It is a sad fact of life that kids go missing everyday. Some are found the same day, just a kid that’s wandered off. However some do end tragically. I can’t imagine how I would deal with that as a mother or a teacher. But did you know that the personalised bag […]
People always tell you that being a mother is great, and it is. They also tell you that it’s difficult but they never really tell you just how difficult or even why. They leave you in suspense as if it was a joke. ‘She’ll learn the hard way. She doesn’t know what she’s let herself in for.’ They’ll mutter under their breath. Well I suppose the joke’s on them really.