Mummy Confession: I love free stuff! Christmas is coming, and that seems to mean days of giveaways for all over! I love it!! I started up a list last year, so I will continue the tradition this year with listing where to find these giveaways! Check out below for more details! Giveaways and Contests running now and what to do…click the bold “Facebook” “instagram” or “website” to go to that method of entry! 1. Mocka 12 Days of Christmas giveaways on Facebook and Instagram (Started November) Enter via Facebook or Instagram 2. Newborn Baby’s 12 Days of Christmas giveaways on Read More
Come see what this week has in store! Blogiversary celebrations are underway NOW!
Disclosure: The following contains a few pictures that picture the medical condition known as eczema, Dear Eczema, I know I’ve expressed a hatred for teething, and a dislike for toilet training, but this goes far beyond that. This isn’t something that happens as the initiation to childhood or as the bitter part of a moment which turns into something beautiful. This is horrendous. Eczema, you have turned my child into an enraged psychopath. You’ve turned change time into a war. I look like a crazy person trying to hold him down while he screams as the fresh air awakes his Read More
Mummy Confession: Sometimes life gets busy. That’s where I am right now. So much is happening here, and is having a bit of an impact on the Blog, as you see a bit less being posted lately. I apologise, as it’s just gone a bit crazy over here! (Also, before I get started, please feel free to fill out this anonymous survey on what you would like to see more of on the Blog, and click through any links to the associated posts you might have missed!) Sickness after Sickness… My babies seem to be on the never ending carousel Read More
Sharing is hard! From the earliest years, my children have struggled with the concept, and lately I’ve learned that I’m asking the wrong questions when I do try to resolve some of the arguments. (Occasionally I try to let them sort it out, but we are still in early years yet). I’ve learned not to ask, “Now, who had it first?” And give it to the child who claimed this title of “first.” Why? Let me explain. A single instance that it clicked, I was asking the wrong question. No, I don’t want my children taking toys and not being Read More