Oh My Blog – All About Mums

Oh My Blog is a monthly interview series, where fellow bloggers come together to answer a series of questions on a specific theme. This is a chance to get acquainted with a whole range of bloggers, some of whom you may not have heard of before, and learn a little more about them! This month, the theme is Mums (because it’s Mother’s Day soon!) and I’m hosting Carol from Family Makes. Introduce us to your mum. What’s her name? What {Read More}

Extraordinary Moments Storybook

*This is an advertorial post in collaboration with Cow & Gate Growing Up Milk.* Bringing up a toddler can be such hard work; there are toddler tantrums and the terrible twos to name but a few! But what about all those special moments, the moments that make your heart gush with pride and emotion. These moments makes all the tantrums and sleepless nights worthwhile.   Well, Cow & Gate Growing Up Milk are going one step further and encouraging us {Read More}

Why two is enough for me.

I always thought I wanted three children; both my husband and I come from families with three children and three just seemed to be the magic number. However, now I have actually been pregnant, gone through childbirth and have my two beautiful, strong-willed, independent children, I can quite honestly say that two is my magic number.  In a way I think it helps that we have a girl and a boy – that way you don’t second guess and wonder {Read More}

Oh My Blog – Guest Post by Emily from Twin Mummy and Daddy

This is Oh My Blog! A brand new monthly interview series featuring a whole host of fellow bloggers. Each month, we’ll be bringing you different themed posts showcasing the very best bloggers out there. This month, the questions are based on the fitting February topic of love! This month, we’re meeting Emily from Twin Mummy and Daddy. 1. Tell us about yourself and your blog. I’m Emily. I’ve recently turned 30 and I’m mum to almost five year old twin {Read More}

Selfish Mother

Okay, so this is probably a little of an exaggeration but truth be told, whenever I do something ‘big’ for myself, I do feel that pang of guilt parents often get. I feel as though I should be at home with my children instead of out enjoying myself. But reality is, parents need ‘me time’ to be the best parents they can be. If we as parents don’t have a break every once in a while, we won’t be giving {Read More}

Get your baby to sleep through the night

A brilliant how to guide on ‘how to get your baby to sleep through the night’. This has to be one of the questions I hear most as a parent and so I thought I’d share my wisdom. Are you sleep deprived and desperate for a solid night’s sleep? Have you had enough of feeling so tired that you didn’t even notice you did the school run in your slippers? Look no further- here are some simple steps you can {Read More}

First half term of shool: done!

It’s been a whole half term for Isabella at Big School. I can’t believe her first half term of school is done – although I have noticed a huge change. From worrying about how my little August baby would cope to knowing she’s happy and settled is a wonderful feeling.   So what’s changed? She’s grown up a lot. I know that seems like a really obvious one but having been around older children and just being in a school setting, she {Read More}

Captain Fantastic Party: Review

It’s started already – we’ve had two birthdays already in the new school year and it always feels like there is a little bit of pressure to deliver on a child’s birthday. Do you ever feel like that? Well this year we decided to look into getting an entertainer to keep all the children amused for a few hours and take some of the pressure off the adults. Captain Fantastic swooped in and took full control. Captain Fantastic arrived nice {Read More}

How to do everything UN-successfully

Here is your handy ‘how to guide’ on how you can join the thousands of parents who are, on a daily basis, managing to excel ourselves and do everything (or almost everything) we put our hand to unsuccessfully. I know, it’s sometimes really difficult to fathom just how brilliant we are at this – I sometimes wonder that myself; but somehow, through our daily rituals, we manage. I really don’t want to brag, but I feel I’m becoming such a {Read More}

Who’s more tired?

Isabella has been at school now for almost three weeks, although this week is her first week of full days (including a couple of breakfast clubs and after school clubs) and to be completely honest, I’m not sure who’s more tired, exhausted and ready for the October half term!   As a family, we’ve found Isabella starting school incredibly difficult from a childcare perspective. After I had my children, I decided I would return to work but on a part-time {Read More}

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