Mental Health Awareness Week – Medication and Me

I wrote this post a while back in my bullet journal, but never got round to actually posting. I think I have been putting myself off with my mind working overtime and finding too many distractions. Mental Health Awareness Week seems like the perfect time to finally get it online.     I’ve been inactive

If You’re Happy And You Know It Slap My Face

My son is at that stage where he is really starting to feel things – happiness, excitement, rage, fear – but those emotions run away with him because they are all so new and he doesn’t know how to handle them. You know how it is. Toddler drops toy, sandwiches are cut the wrong way, cup

Toddler T’s Top 10 Reads

Seeing as World Book Day is just around the corner, I decided this was the best time to do a round-up of Toddler T’s favourite books. He has loved a good story since he was very little (we started reading to him as a newborn) although he currently has so much energy that he can’t

One Of Those Got-It-All-Together Mums

That’s what I feel like this morning. One of those got-it-all-together mums that so many of us strive to be, and yet so few of us ever really achieve. I am bad with mornings. I am not a morning person whatsoever. It takes me at least an hour to wake up enough to function properly,

I Let My Child Cry, and other confessions

I let my child cry I let him eat chocolate …and fast food Sometimes, crisps make an easy snack He’s particularly partial to a Jaffa Cake too He still has twice daily milk from a baby bottle, at 17 months old …he also still has a dummy I don’t bathe him every day Sometimes I

100 Days of Gratitude: Day 2 

Day 2: Today I am grateful that I got to have lunch out with my son, partner, and his mum. I work Fridays (I’ve had this week off), which means I generally don’t get to join them for their weekly lunch date. I’m also happy that my boy has been in such a good mood