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Application Realisation: What should I look for when applying for a School?

Application Realisation: What should I look for when applying for a School?

As mentioned in the bio I’m a teacher turned Stay at Home Mummy (SAHM) – a career sacrifice I willingly and logically made after 5 years of teaching in Primary Schools. I get asked many stock questions when people find this out. With the January […]

IVF: where do you begin?

IVF: where do you begin?

IVF… not something most of us will plan for on our route to parenthood but for some it can become the only option. But where do you start? The lovely people over at SteadyHealth have answered some questions that those facing IVF may have. SteadyHealth offer […]

Christmas in November

Christmas in November

Yet again William is missing the whole of December (sad face). What makes it even more depressing is that as well as missing Christmas, he also misses Abel’s birthday which is Christmas day too and my birthday. So we decided to have Christmas early just […]

sister sister

sister sister

Just us through the years, here’s to the rest we have to come x   

Cloth nappies: an honest run down of the first week

Cloth nappies: an honest run down of the first week

If you’re anything like me the thought of cloth nappies is a tad overwhelming and it can be tough knowing where to start. I looked into them a few times over the years but just felt like it confused me more. So as a complete novice myself […]

self improvement: 5 things i’m working on

self improvement: 5 things i’m working on

I feel like my role as a parent has changed now I have 2, of course having another baby does that but I think more because I now have a daughter. I’ve always tried to better myself and been conscious of how I come across […]

tranquility 21

tranquility 21

  A few months ago, my manager (and also lovely friend!) Jen, was looking for volunteers to try out her new meditation classes. I felt I really needed something for just me and some much needed alone time so I was more than happy to […]

the limit: knowing when to stop

the limit: knowing when to stop

For the first time I can remember, I hit my limit. I don’t mean after a crappy day or the kids being a challenge but actually feeling like if my brain processed anything else I was going to shut down. It was a weird feeling. […]

gretna gateway blogger night

gretna gateway blogger night

On Thursday we enjoyed some child free time together, a rare treat these days! We were invited along to the amazing Blysthwood Square Hotel in Glasgow to check out some A/W fashion, beauty products and have a drinky poo with the guys from Gretna Gateway.  […]

electric fields festival

electric fields festival

At the weekend we were lucky enough to be invited to Electric Fields Festival! We just had to share our pictures as we were surprised at how child/baby friendly it was and the kids had a great time. Megan managed to go both days and […]

flying solo: how I cope for weeks on end

flying solo: how I cope for weeks on end

Since we met, William has always worked away, it’s how we work best. Last year he got a job at home working Monday to Friday which we thought would be so much better… it wasn’t. He didn’t enjoy it and we felt like we seen […]

sleep or lack of… (with Ollie the owl)

sleep or lack of… (with Ollie the owl)

It’s been just over 4 months with 2 kids now, it has went SO quick. I’ve definitely savoured those little moments more this time, I think because you realise 2nd time round how fast those early days go you do try harder to just be […]


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