I have been tagged in this linky by Mum2babyinsomniac and Jayne at Mum’s The Word. Thanks, ladies, it’s probably the most difficult meme I’ve been tagged in so far. I’ll try to get to ten without boring you (or myself)…
- My extended family is big. Huge, in fact. My dad is one of twelve children and my mum one of
The very witty Kat at 3 Bedroom Bungalow does Dear So and So every Friday. Of course, I decided to join in for the first time on a week the linky isn’t running. Obviously. Still, these are my letters that I would have submitted had I chosen a more appropriate week.
Dear Flying Ants
Just effing fly off elsewhere, OK? Is it not… Continue reading
Seven words to describe this week:
My baby no longer needs my boobs.
Now go and look at Doing It All For Aleyna for more Seven Word Weeks… Continue reading
I’ve always had a bit of a wandering mind, and a low boredom threshold. This means that I usually have to be doing two things at once, whilst also thinking about other things I could or should be doing, like wiping round the sink while I’m brushing my teeth and thinking about what to wear that day, what The Baby will wear that day, whether the washing basket is collapsing… Continue reading
The very articulate and lovely Susan K Mann has tagged me in this meme, all about ME! Some of these questions were actually real head-scratchers, and I still think most of my answers are total crap. Anyway, here it is:
If you could go back in time and relive one moment, what would it be?
I really can’t answer this. I don’t think I’d like to do anything… Continue reading
When The Baby was born, on leaving the hospital, I was given her Little Red Book; the book which contains all the information about her paediatric checks, her sessions with the health visitor, visits to the doctor, and all her immunisations. All the things that, here in the UK, we take for granted. All the things that help our children grow to be strong and healthy.
But 8 million… Continue reading
I have been tagged in this Green Chain by the lovely Dorkymum. Each post in this chain raises £10 for one of three environmental charities, Surfers Against Sewage, Trees For Cities, and Young People’s Trust For The Environment, and it’s a brilliant way of looking… Continue reading