I’m back!

I’m back!

It’s been a while since I’ve posted.

Due to things going on in my personal life these past few months, I just began to feel overwhelmed at the idea of finding things to write about, that people would enjoy reading. I’m a very anxious person and  Read more

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When do kids understand death?

When do kids understand death?

 

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My five year old daughter is very affectionate and very considerate towards children and grownups. For this i have always thought she had a good understanding of emotions, but the other day i couldn’t help but feel a little deflated at Ava’s reaction when she found out that her new fish Crumb had died a day after her having him.

After winning Crumb at a local fayer,  Read more

Thriving through the terrible two’s!

Thriving through the terrible two’s!

 

 

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Apparently, the terrible twos are a normal stage in a toddler’s development. It’s when they struggle between their reliance on adults and their desire for independence, but after having such a happy and even-tempered first baby, i thought it was all a myth! Oh, how wrong was I…  Read more

The 6 things you never thought you’d be being doing as a mum.

The 6 things you never thought you’d be being doing as a mum.

Whilst there’s no official motherhood manual, and your basically just thrown in head first. Once your doing it, you get it. Along with all the weird and wonderful things, here are just some of them you never thought you would be doing…

Carrying around random child items in your bag

No matter how old your kids are,  and whether it be in your pockets or your handbag, there’s always that random toy or some dead flowers that were picked just for mum. Whatever it is, whenever we come across it on our own, it sure brings a smile to our face.

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