Just a mum.

I’ve had a few different jobs of varying career direction in my past, until I finally found a job that I loved, working with children. I really enjoyed the way everyday was different, you rarely get a moment to sit down and their little personalities were all so unique and diverse, there was literally never a dull moment.

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Finding the discipline balance.

Discipline, it’s always going to be a hot topic in society. I think because one family can have polar opposite views to the next and still both produce happy, healthy children and then adults. Lack of discipline in childhood is often noted as the main culprit in cases of youth crime etc, but when I try to think about what it is to us and the role it plays it in our family, it seems really ambiguous.

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Out of my comfort zone, into the rain.

Anyone who knows me will know I’m not the most adventurous or outdoor loving person you will encounter, (tiNY understatement!) I’ve always been the special kind of person who works out a schedule of which days to wash my hair to achieve the optimal results, according to events in my diary. This is absolutely sad, I realise! But thankfully I have loosened up-a little, in recent months. Continue reading

Adventures in travel.

Whilst Henri and Molly were in school, we were, up until the month before taking them out, very obedient to the ‘no holiday in term time’ rule. I used to admire fellow mums in the playground as they told me of amazing holidays they had had, at fantastic prices, simply because they were taken in term time, and I used to think, yes, we’re going to do this! Continue reading