I’m constantly taking pictures of my little angels – granted about 90% of them are outtakes. There are many standard shots that parents take of their children, so I’ve taken it upon myself to list my favourites… The ‘look what my child has gone and done now’ snap These are frequent in my house.
It was my mum’s birthday recently so when Littlewoods asked me to share one time when mum really did know best I simply couldn’t resist joining in. The problem is I was quite a rebellious and stubborn teen… in fact, I’m still pretty stubborn in my now 30s. I can think of lots of times
1. You must learn how to achieve the most basic of tasks in complete darkness and without making a sound. Sounds easy but have you seen this on ‘The Cube’? No. There’s a reason for that… it’s damn well impossible. In the first few months we had to develop ninja type skills creeping into our own
Ah kid’s TV, a necessary evil in our house. Whilst we limit the time their tiny eyes lay on the Gogglebox, sometimes it’s nice to have that moment of peace where an oversized character attracts their moth-like attention span. There’s enough of the stuff to go round too, a deluge if you will. A complete
So recently we’ve been trying to make a bit of money out of some of our older, less wanted items. We’ve had a relatively unused pram from back when squish was a baby that’s in great condition. So with bills and car services taking the usual toll on the joint account, I thought, why not
Another blog from the hubby… this time he’s talking about meal times… Ah meal time, or as I like to call it nowadays “stressy-messy-sweaty time”. A time akin to a hostage negotiation during a botched bank heist. I should probably take the blame for this. I deserve these difficulties after being so smug about
My First TV Experience Friday 23rd May started like any ordinary day… 4 year old tantrums, baby sick, regretful eating of things and housework avoidance in the shape of social media. Then… up pops a message from Molly over on Mothers Always Right and she got straight to the point: “Hi Danielle – this is
Since Eleanor was born, @yawnofthedad has taken on the task of getting Squish to school every morning before he heads to work (THANK YOU). I’ve asked him to write about his experiences thus far. And, well… he’s absolutely nailed it… 8.45, that’s the aim. Leave the house before, or just on 8.45 and everything will