Bella Turns 4!

Today is the day my little blondie turned 4! It doesn’t seem real that this photo was taken 4 years ago today when I had just arrived home with my beautiful new bundle. What a 4 year’s is has been there has never been dull or quiet moment since this little lady arrived. Bella is for sure the craziest out of all my girls, she’s just not really your average little 4 year old girl – she doesn’t have much time for disney princesses, she’s not big on sparkly dresses or tiara’s and she’s not overly keen on the colour pink! Although she’s not…

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Outdoor Winter Adventures

Anyone who knows me well enough will know I don’t do the coldness. I used to spend my pre-children winter’s eating bad foods and drinking hot drinks dreaming about spring and summer coming back. This is to a certain extent how I do still spend my winter’s but as you all know with three small children day after day stuck in is not a great deal of fun. There is also only so much soft play one can take and if you’re feeling the pinch from christmas still, it can be an expensive couple of hours! With the January blues in…

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Beating the January blues

Christmas is over, the decorations are down. New years is a distant memory (too much champagne may have something to do with that) Are the January blues starting to set in for you? January is one of my least favourite months every this year is proving to be no exception – the weather is horrible and I am broke so I need to make some plans to give myself something to look forward to and hopefully keep myself sane. With funds stretched to the max from Christmas I have been having to think slightly further a field than ‘lets go for…

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Christmas 2015

I have been pretty quiet on the blogging and social media front this last couple of weeks and with good reason. Since I started writing Everything Mummy about 18 months ago I haven’t really taken a break, every day I have done something every single day and while I love it the past year has been pretty full on. With christmas I thought it would be the perfect time to have a little breather, spend some quality time with friends, family and most importantly my three little princesses. Whilst I am still in holiday mode I thought I’d just post…

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How to Help New and Soon-to-Be Parents in the UK

One of the things that mothers hope for their children is that they grow up to stand on their own to feet, both literally and figuratively. Although we risk suffering from empty nest syndrome when they go abroad or to university, it’s important that we teach them to be self-reliant, so that they are capable of taking care of themselves and others in the future. The process of becoming a self-sufficient adult starts at a very young age in school. Children all over the world are learning how to be intellectually and emotionally independent with the help of education, even…

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