Because the only opinion that matters is hers…. A few days ago Boo turned 4 & she’d been excitedly looking forward to a trip to the cinema all week, she’d even chose a pretty dress that she wanted to wear.
My dear child you are growing so quick, it seems like yesterday that you depended on me for everything, you were so small. I never imagined that the time would race by so quickly and I’d yearn for your littleness to return and I wonder how it passed me by so quickly. I look back at photos of you toddling,… View Post
This is a perfect example of being two. She had a blue first place card but wanted the 3rd place because it was green.
The smell of Vosene hair shampoo always reminds me of being little… Tomato soup reminds me of little jelly plastic men that we used to throw at the wall and they’d stickley crawl down. I remember slides in the park as high as houses & snooker on a black & white t.v at my nan’s house whilst lounging on her… View Post
Mother’s Day can be a stark reminder to some. Memes that denote how wonderful mothers are. How your mother is your best friend, your endless wealth of support and advice, your highest confidant and your biggest fan. But sometimes that’s a world away from the reality and the truth that some mothers are toxic.
Teenagers are a strange breed. Creatures of habit, room dwellers, cupboard scavengers, door slamming mumblers. They like to sleep for copious amounts of time but also possess the ability to become nocturnal socialisers.
We know they don’t mean to be funny but sometimes it’s hard to hold in the giggles when you see what your children have drawn. They often enjoy adding ‘unusual’ detail and we are presented with junior artwork we will keep for years (to show them when they are older!)