Today my son will make his own choices about what to have for his lunch… a free school lunch that as a P1 he receives between now and the end of P3. A free lunch that Theresa May wants to take away from him. Today I will make my choice about who to vote for… Continue reading Choices
I decided not to write anything after Manchester because I couldn’t find the right words. It was all just so sad, too pointless, these beautiful lives snuffed out in a moment. An experience of pure joy turned to ashes. I held my boys a little closer that week, and when my beloved best friend KJ… Continue reading Heavy Heart
So I haven’t been all that present on the blog of late, writing has taken a bit of a back seat and if I’m honest my inspiration has been a bit dry. I reckon it’s because things are so chaotic in the house just now – H did a 360 on us with his sleep… Continue reading Insta vs Real Life
I love to read, anyone who knows me knows how much I love books. If the film Inside Out was real then reading would be one of my golden memories and I’d have a little island called Story Land. My strongest memory relating to books is going to the library with my late, beloved Granny.… Continue reading Books, glorious books!
We all remember the days of being shuttled around from girl guides, to music lessons and dance or sports classes, I’m pretty sure as parents we are now doing the same for our little ones too. It is seen as crucial for kids to have hobbies to help with their social skills and personal development… Continue reading Why hobbies aren’t just for Enid Blyton characters or children…
After two lovely weeks of Easter holiday adventures I trust everyone is feeling relaxed and well rested….oh wait, no if you are off with your kids you must be burst, broke and in need of some peace and a fridge re-stock! We have had a wonderful time off doing lots of instagrammable activities – Viking… Continue reading Easter Holiday Fatigue
Harrison and I have a few classes which we attend through the week as well as our regular walks/coffee trips with various new mum friends. We have tried a couple of different types of classes locally, some of which didn’t suit timing wise, some we will come back to when Harrison is older, and some… Continue reading Gymboree – Our favourite class