Stay-at-home mum, not a phrase I thought would apply to me. When I got married I knew I wanted children and since I was already in my mid-30s I knew I had to get on with it. I also knew that I really valued my job, the independence it brought me and I loved earning … Continue reading Motherhood, the catalyst for reinvention
When I worked in my marketing manager job I got to work with Buzzfeed a few times. They also took me out to some really nice fancy London restaurants for lunch. (those were the days). Here's a Buzzfeed inspired listical by me about being an identical twin. Enjoy!
First birthdays tend to come along in groups, thanks to many us staying friends with our NCT group. As a parent who went through this stage relatively recently, I have a few thoughts on what presents to buy, if you'd rather not buy a toy. It's also a chance to give a shout-out to some … Continue reading What to buy for baby’s 1st birthday.
Everyone warns you how exhausted you will be 'once the baby arrives.' I heard it A LOT but considering I was knackered in the final stages of pregnancy and regularly awake at 3am or 4am to pee I thought people were exaggerating. I was wrong. Oh how wrong I was. When you become a parent … Continue reading The post-baby fog
There I've said it. I love Netflix. When I was expecting my son, quite a few people suggested we purchase a Netflix subscription. I didn't really understand why, probably because I gave birth in the spring and was out and about in a lot of parks when my son was 0-6 months and could be … Continue reading I love Netflix
When I first saw the trailers for BBC One's Pitch Battle, I was excited. My husband on the other hand said, 'You're going to want to watch that choir bol**cks, aren't you?' I have no problem admitting that I love to sing but I've always really enjoyed singing in choirs. Singing in choirs gave me … Continue reading Pitch Battle – where’s the journey?
Sometimes the most impromptu conversations get you thinking about what complications may lay ahead for your child. My sister and I were recently chatting over a cup of tea and she mentioned our mum had taken my niece to the park a couple of weeks ago and a little boy questioned her ethnicity. Well, it … Continue reading A child’s take on diversity