How is it that you start one thing on your list and instead of getting that done, 10 more things get added to the list instead? Like, The Mr will ask for me to do something and now my response is: 'I'll add that to my list.'; usually that means the bottom of the list … Continue reading The constant list in my head
Apparently, as I was born after 1982, I am a Millennial; so it was with great interest that I read (yet another) Daily Mail article: 'Young, highly educated and proud to be a housewife: The millennial mothers who are happy to put their family before their careers'. You know what, these women make sense to … Continue reading Millennial Wifey
The pressure to get it right and not pass on the 'duck-ups' from your childhood is immense and I swing between moments of 'Halleluja' I got that bit right, to 'Holy Moly...that bombed'. I cant help but reflect back on things in my childhood that weren't easy and think now how when I see similar … Continue reading Raising little people is hard!
Yesterday an article was published in the Daily Mail commenting on the rise of the mummy blogger, and more specifically asking why are they so slummy - called 'Why are so many women boasting they're slummy mummies?'. Now, I am trying out this mummy blogger thing here, so I don't like the implication that if … Continue reading Oh god, I’m a mummy blogger
I am total hoarder of memories. I still have all my diaries from when I first started keeping one (tip - never reread your diaries circa age 14-18, it is cringe worthy). I have my wedding journal and planner. I have all my cards and letters from the Mr. And I have kept favourite items … Continue reading I do love a keepsake
This week the Mr and I celebrated our seven year wedding anniversary. We have actually been together almost 14 years, so we are now nearly at that point that we will have been married for more years than we have not (when you think about the sum of years in total). Marriage is such a … Continue reading The wedding anniversary