If you have children you know how quickly time gets swalled up. Our house seems to function on an almost Groundhog Day like routine: 7.20am Alarm goes off 7.35am get out of bed. Wake Finlay. Shower Finlay. Dress Finlay. 7.50(ish)am take twins and Finlay downstairs. Make twins bottles. Make Finlay's cereal. Feed kids. 8.20am beg … Continue reading Time to Be Selfish
Last week we found ourselves attending a first birthday BBQ. It was one of these events where many different friend and family circles were brought together and the only people I knew were the hosts. So me being me went about making conversation with a group of women similar ages to myself. As is the … Continue reading Support Network
When I was a pre-teen I used to love the spider diagram quizzes you would find in the magazines. The ones where you would follow the line answering a series of yes and no questions till you got to the end and found out what kind of friend you were or what animal you most … Continue reading The Chaser
July marks Group B Strep awareness month. So in light of this I thought I would share my personal experience of GBS and the effects it can have on a newborn baby. For those unaware Group B Streptococcus is a bacteria carried in 20-30% of adults. It can be found in the gut or for … Continue reading My Experience of GBS
Father's Day is upon us and as I sat and thought about it last week I realised I have three dads to buy gifts for (my own, my husband's and my children's). Three men in my life who all play the role of a father and each of them does it so differently. My own … Continue reading Happy Father’s Day.
I enjoyed high school (well latterly!) I had a good group of friends who accepted me for me. I didn't need to try and be someone else or hide behind a mask, they loved me just the way I was, including my crazy tendancies. As much as I enjoyed high school I was glad to … Continue reading Am I Back in High School?!
I guess I knew it was happening before I even went to the hospital for a scan. I knew I had lost our baby and the chance of becoming a parent was slipping away from me. October 2012, the month I suffered our first miscarriage. I was attending a teaching in-set course. It was lunch … Continue reading My Story of MisCourage