I have been run off my feet for the past 10 days. The husband has been away overseas for work (let’s be honest - it was part holiday) and I was parenting solo. It is funny, I am usually so independent and get things done (in my own way) without too much change. The husband… Continue reading Solo Parenting
Throughout my journey of motherhood so far, I have come to look at the various stages of development. The types of development that signify change in the family dynamics. For some this change is a welcome relief for others it may be a time of reflection. It is tinged with some sadness that your young… Continue reading Stages of Motherhood
Ahhh yes. Good friends are like a nice glass of wine just at the right time when you need it. I have lots of friends and acquaintances who I love to spend time with – my peeps are awesome! But I wanted to take a moment to talk about the life time friends. Perhaps you… Continue reading Life Time Besties
There is much debate lately on how much screen time you should allow your children. With the influx of iPhones and iPad’s into our homes, technology is creeping into everything we do as adults and in our families. According to the Raising Children Network, screen time is any time spent watching TV, being at computers,… Continue reading Screen Time – how long is too long?
It is depicted in movies such as “I don’t know how she does it” starring Sarah Jessica Parker and “Bad Mums” starring Mila Kunis. It is the school bake sale. The one that requires parents to bring along a home baked donation to help fundraise for the school, community or charity. Now I actually enjoy… Continue reading A working mum’s nightmare