Well, we’ve all made it. We survived another (or your first) year of nursery and school. Now we are going to be thrown out of our routines, and for 6 whole weeks our delights are going to be at home, with us… for 6 weeks…With cries and wails of “I’m boooored. What can I do?”… Continue reading 10 Things to do this Summer.
If there’s one thing in this life that I don’t have, it’s a plan. Whether that’s a plan for keeping the kids entertained over the half term holidays, or to get into gear and actually write something on here, or even where I see my life in 5, 10, or 30 years. Whatever it is, I tend… Continue reading “Will You Have Any More Kids?”
How many times have you second guessed your parenting skills, or wondered whether that something you did, you perhaps shouldn’t have? I often sit here and think to myself; am I doing enough for my kids? I’d like to think so. We aren’t rich, and more often than not we spend a lot of weekends… Continue reading Are you doing enough for your children?
I realised the other day that the kids are growing at an exponential rate, and I haven’t really documented much on what they’ve been doing – which was the whole point of this blog! So, lets crack on with what’s been happening! Firstly, we have one more week left at school before we’re on half term… Continue reading General Update on the Family.
Sorry for the delay on this post. I went to write it on Saturday evening, but Eurovision was on. Priorities. In my previous post, (which you can read here) I wrote about how Lily went off to her first Beavers sleepover. And here I am with the verdict! *drum roll, please* I dropped Lily off… Continue reading A Sleepover. The Verdict.
Okay, so as I stated in an earlier post, Lily has joined Beaver Scouts. Very exciting stuff! The first week she started, we were handed a lot of paper with dates for this, that and the other, the timetable for Beavers and a letter for a sleepover (followed by a trip to the cinema!) Now,… Continue reading A Sleepover. Part 1.
From the obscene wake up calls, mixed in with the already interrupted sleep, I don’t want to parent today. I don’t want to roll out of my oh-so-warm bed to attend to the daily ongoings of being a parent, which starts with a very loud crying baby. I don’t want to make sandwiches for the lunches today,… Continue reading I don’t want to parent today.