The Lies It started in January, the secrets and the planning. I began to search the Internet extensively, reading forums and finding the best possible outcome. I squirelled money away for months in my son’s shoe box under the bed and made countless secret phone calls making arrangements. As the date to leave came closerContinue reading “Lying to my Husband and Acqua Alta – Venice”
Why I fail the school run.
Easter as a child for me entailed fear and concern for Jesus, especially on Easter Saturday as I sat as a small child thinking about the dead, tortured man, who seemed only to be born a couple of months prior at Christmas, now laying cold in a dark cave waiting to rise from the dead.Continue reading “Expectations of Easter for the Parents of 2019”
Flying with a toddler… an honest recount with some survival tips along the way…
As half term approached, the week before last I was feeling confident and organised about my week ahead at home with my children. As always I have learnt the key to a successful half term with my three young children is organisation, which doesn’t necessarily come easy to me and predominantly the main reason IContinue reading “The Reality of Half Term”
1988, 1998, 2008 and 2018… a look at what was happening at the closing of the last 30 years…
why life was simpler for parents back in the 90s at Christmas time!
The new generation of Smart Phone addicts!
What household items have failed you?
Skint? Here’s some Half term ideas on a budget!