It's been a busy month in the zombie household and I have a new found respect for families were both parents work. I don't care how few hours you work I'm still damn impressed. As you know, or maybe you don't, I'm a full time Mum. Partly by choice and partly because I moved to … Continue reading Just Keep Swimming.
I started writing this bucket list when I went back to work full time and I was feeling really mopey about everything I was missing out on. I feel so lucky that I have the time to do a lot of this with Tiny now. Build Lego Have Afternoon Tea together Bake Make a Henry VIII … Continue reading My Pre School Bucket List.
We are all saddled with parent guilt at some point or other. The key is to not let it take over. I often wonder if our parents ever felt guilty for putting brandy on our gums, or letting us sleep in a carry cot in the boot of the Volvo estate car...probably not. If you're … Continue reading Parent Guilt
This week has been difficult and I'm worn out with the additional adulting that all the snow has caused. It started with Hubby getting sent home early when his school near Dartmoor closed on Wednesday. Unfortunately he came home sans car as it overheated and had to be abandoned in the school car park until … Continue reading So very tired of adulting.
Last week I was nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award by the lovely Baby and the Board Room. The rules are simple: Write 7 interesting facts about yourself Nominate 15 amazing bloggers for the award Here are my facts! 1. I studied Modern and Medieval History at St Andrews. 2. I worked as a dinner … Continue reading The Versatile Blogger Award
It's February and we're well into my favourite month. I've had my birthday, Tiny's is coming up, as is the anniversary of meeting Hubby, Pancake day and Valentine's day! So I thought now was a good time to pause and see how my New Year's Resolutions are holding up.... Be more active. I'm really pleased … Continue reading My New Year’s Resolution Update!
As most of you will know I gave up my life in London and moved 150 miles to Devon last July so that we could be closer to Tiny's grandparents (and the BEACH!) This was definitely the right decision for our little family and I have no regrets but I always knew it would be … Continue reading How to meet a Mum Squad.