School holidays where family fun meets fights, tantrums, mess and a gazillion snack requests.
Primary school offer day is an emotional rollercoaster. The sleepless night before, the refreshing your emails and the anxiety about getting the school you want. But it’s so much more than just the school. It’s the sad crushing reality that your baby is growing up and entering the world.
I remember this with my first born but now it’s my youngest, my last baby, it feels different.
Since having kids have you noticed the slow descent into not giving a damn? Greasy hair? No bra? Looking like something the cats dragged in? Yup, that’s me!
I wanted to have a family, a career and to be financially independent.
By putting my career on hold to look after my children am I reinforcing the stereotype of the mother and not furthering the pursuit for women’s equality in the workplace following childbirth?
By not working am I dependent on my male counterpart and not sending the right message to my children about women’s roles?
Feminism is about empowering women to make informed choices about their own lives but as a ‘stay at home mum’ I feel most judged and unsupported by other women and mums.
Have you ever been to A&E with your kid on a Friday night? Those times when you know it’s probably fine but you just want to be sure in case?
This post is all about the perils of Googling symptoms and a Friday night in A&E after a mystery Red poop!
Each year as your child gets older and moves through different developmental stages it is a juxtaposition of feeling both proud and excited as well as sad at the farewell of the younger stages.
In this post I talk about both the happiness and heartache of your kids getting older.
4 year olds are both hillarious and a handful. In this post I discuss the ups and downs of living with a fournager, the love and hugs, tears and tantrums, all that make the genius that is a 4 year old.
My kids stick all kinds of randomness in their mouths, mud, a shoe, sand on the beach. What weird things do your kids try to eat?
It’s week 5 and its official that this lockdown is extended for a minimum of another 3 weeks. I think its likely that will also […]
Today we find out your primary school for September. Back before Christmas your daddy and I visited lots of schools to decide where we wanted […]