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Monthly Archives: August 2013

Wine and Sympathy

My eight year old came off his bike on Thursday afternoon and cut his leg.  What do you mean you know already?  Oh RIIIGHT, you heard his wailing from your house when he […]

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Toddler Tears

Here I lie On the floor in the centre of town Tantrum time In croc’dile tears I slowly drown Not going home My mum won’t leave me on my own I’m really good at tantruming, […]

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Review – Zaggora HotPants

When I was first asked to review some ‘hot pants’, I initially laughed out loud because Kylie I most certainly am not.  I would never subject my lovely readers to […]

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Getting Toddler to Give Up the Dummy

I’ve been asked to write a guest post for Wriggly Rascals, the new community to help new mums on all aspects of pregnancy and parenthood. The opportunity appealed to me when I […]

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5 Ways to Give Your Child a Dream Bedroom

For busy parents, there are a lot of occasions when arranging things for a child is far from fun. Of course, the joys of parenting can’t be overstated – but […]

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Me Time

I cast my mind back to when ‘me time’ included Booking into a salon where hairy bits were denuded. Now I balance with one leg on the side of the bath, And attack vaginal fuzz […]

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Tesco Trauma

I am completely traumatised.  Completely and utterly traumatised.  A mere shadow of my former self.  I’ll try to say this without sobbing uncontrollably: this afternoon I’ve been food shopping with my […]

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Mums Who Don’t Lunch

Well there’s a surprise.  Yesterday I went out for lunch with my children and once again didn’t get to eat what I ordered.  I’m sure this will sound familiar to many of […]

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Room 101

Ah, Room 101, that place of horror created by George Orwell in 1984 containing a victim’s greatest phobia or fear, now developed into programme for BBC 1 into which celebrities condemn their worst pet […]

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Fatigue is Not My Friend

Fatigue is DEFINITELY not my friend.  I’m a bit of a wreck when I’m tired.  I’m tired today due to being woken up by an off-colour four-year old and consequently lying […]

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