A quick trip into my local town centre this morning and I was left in no doubt that Halloween, is just round the corner. It will be the first on in our house in Hertfordshire and I'm looking forward to putting a pumpkin outside to welcome the local treat or treaters. So where to go … Continue reading Where to buy those Halloween party essentials
Motherhood, the catalyst for reinvention
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
6 Things You Will Understand If You’re an Identical Twin.
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!
What to buy for baby’s 1st birthday.
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.
The post-baby fog
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
I love Netflix
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
A child’s take on diversity
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