On The Run Make-Up With The Green People & Competition

We all know the day you become a mum you say goodbye to lazy morning’s slowly getting yourself ready applying your make-up precisely and perfectly. For me each morning is now a rush against time to get three children and myself up, fed, dressed and ready to face the world whilst trying to stop them from killing each other and completely trashing my house. I like to feel at least a little put together even if it just for the school run, I have always loved make up it instantly gives me a little boost being a parent shouldn’t mean you…

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Mum’s Essentials Guide: School Run

As you know Maisy has recently started school so we are in full-blown school run mode here and it’s tough, I never got it when people complained about it before but it is seriously stressful at times. Trying to remember to sign their reading book and get the teddy they have to take for their topic ready not to mention getting three children dressed and myself looking semi presentable and out the door for 8:15 to secure a parking space. Well you can imagine most mornings I am running around like a headless chicken trying to get everyone rounded up…

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5 Ways to deal with a toddler tantrum

Well the summer holidays are drawing to an end and what a summer it has been. Wall to wall sunshine has meant my girls have been out side running free and exploring each and every day. All the fresh air has meant no bed time issues and even the odd lay in for me! Well we all know that’s not bloody true don’t we. This summer has been utter crap so many plans cancelled due to terrible weather has left my girls stuck in doors and feeling bored alot – there are only so many crafts to attempt and cakes…

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Helping your shy child feel more confident

Anybody who know’s Bella well won’t believe I’m writing this they’ll know her as a little ball of energy with that super cheeky smile, at home when she has her partner in crime (Maisy) she can be a little terror – up to all sorts. Take her out of her comfort zone, without Maisy she turns into a different child, very shy, not all that engaging with other children and so so quiet. When Maisy started nursery in September I really noticed a difference in Bella, we went to play groups that she’d usually be happy to run off and…

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