Yesterday was a real milestone for Operation ‘Move to California. THE KIDS ARE NOW OFFICIALLY AMERICAN! We spent the morning on ‘US soil’ at the American Embassy in London and we can expect their first little blue passports in a matter of weeks. (Harry would have been in this patriotic photo too had he not … More REALITY HITS: THE BIG MOVE
Woah. A doll that has her period! Complete with sanitary pads and even a calendar to keep track of her cycle (!). My head was instantly turned reading about the new ‘Period Party’ accessory pack for Lammily dolls (you know, the ones that stick two fingers up to Barbie and are based on real women’s … More TACKLING THE ‘P’ WORD…
The first item on my London bucket list has been ticked. I’ve finally clapped eyes on the best of British bling. Firstly, I would like to apologise to all those tourists who flew thousands of miles to enjoy the famous Crown Jewels only to find a 17 month old having a full on tantrum. In … More REVIEW: TOURISTS AND TANTRUMS- FAMILY DAY OUT AT THE TOWER OF LONDON
I’m a ‘millennial mum’. So the media tell me anyway. Loosely translated, that means I’m one of the many mums out there that was born between 1978-1994. We’re tech savvy, we’re successful, influential…. and apparently really good at complaining how hard we have it! Hands up, I am usually one of the first to join … More MUMS, THE GRASS IS MUCH GREENER IN 2015…
Harry’s favourite song is Gangnam Style. Put it on and he bounces around waving his arms like a complete nutter. I didn’t discover this though. The nursery teachers showed me recently when I arrived early to pick him up. I know all the boring basics – his height, his weight, his shoe size, his sleep … More OUR LITTLE SUPER HERO
Cursed with children that sleep with their eyes open. Beautiful by day.Terrifying by night.
My little girl is almost four. She rarely has a bad day. Sure, there’s the odd three-nage tantrum or sulk, but it is always short lived. Each day that I pick her up from nursery, she’s positively bursting with energy – full of smiles, hugs and ready to tell me all about her day. Every. … More TAKE A LEAF OUT OF A PRESCHOOLER’S BOOK