My Week In Pictures 2016 #2

Top (L-R) A night out with friends! Maisy being a little poser Coffee morning’s Middle (L-R) Lottie didn’t fancy having her photo taken after nap time Eeekk sleeping baby and it’s time for the school run Bottom (L-R) Smiley faces at playgroup Piccy with the birthday girl before we went out Highlight of my week – trying to remove a cork without a corkscrew. It didn’t go to plan!

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My week in pictures 2016 #1

I loved sharing my week in pictures with out throughout 2015, so I am doing the same for 2016 sharing every week with you and what we have been up too! Top (L-R) Yummy lunch with the girls at Turtle Bay A rather windy morning having a stomp around Sandbanks NYE awesome Gatsby night Middle (L-R) Fun day with my little ladies at moors valley, we even bumped into a gruffalo or two! Cold days has meant lots of warming up with hot chocolate and marshmallows Bottom (L-R) Early morning cuddles as we get back into the swing of the…

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Hello 2016

I know we are a week in and I wasn’t really going to write a post like this this year but heck I have so much going on in my brain at the moment I hoped writing it all down would give me a clear head. So 2015 was a tough year, possibly the toughest for me yet. I haven’t written much on the subject because well quite frankly I couldn’t find the words but in a nutshell my relationship with the girls dad broke down and I found myself at 23, a single parent to my three little princesses. It…

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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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My Girls: November

Maisy (4 years 11 months) Maisy had her first school disco this month, which was really exciting for her and it seems like a big milestone for me as I had to drop her off and leave her – I wasn’t quite sure how she would be but she had a great time and had a huge smile when I picked her up. Most days Maisy spends telling me all about how her birthday party is going to go and what she would like to receive as gifts from all her friends – she’s so excited I can’t wait for…

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