I got paid on Friday and I so desperately wanted to hit the shops. I love a good pay day haul. I love watching them on YouTube, but mostly I love 'creating' one for myself by going on a good old shopping spree. Sadly with the house move on the horizon (if we ever find… Continue reading Pay Day Haul
Fancy taking a look at what I was loving last month? There's a cheeky little vlog over on the Wrinkle Wrinkle You Tube channel. https://youtu.be/nLcwxSL3Nog What were you loving in July?
Happy World Breastfeeding Week my fellow yummy mummy’s (which is all of you by the way, all mummy’s are yummy by default). I wish I had a photo of myself proudly breastfeeding Elliott to accompany this post but alas there are no photos of him ‘on the boob’, so to speak. That’s not to say… Continue reading My breastfeeding story
Today is Playday, a national event held annually to celebrate a child’s right to play and highlight the importance of play in a child’s life. Organised by Play England, Play Wales, Play Scotland and PlayBoard Northern Ireland there are a host of playtastic events being held across the UK to mark the event, everything from learning… Continue reading Play ideas for busy working mum’s
As a parent of a toddler there's not much that shocks you. By the time your child is almost three you've inevitably been poo'ed on, sicked on and everything else that comes with the territory of a being a mum to a little one. However, when I received an email from In The Night Garden… Continue reading Get you tickets for the In The Night Garden Live Showdome NOW!
I previously wrote about the danger of financial assumptions. There was one financial assumption that I didn't touch upon in that blog post and that is the assumption that if we bury our heads in the sand long enough and just keep going our finances will take care of themselves. Unfortunately that simply isn't the… Continue reading #MummyMoney Getting your finances in order
I should preface this review by admitting that I am somewhat of a Robbie Williams fan. I've been there since the Take That days, through the bloated drug and alcohol fuelled times and, albeit I have less time to fuel my Robbie obsession these days (and in fact decided not to go to see him… Continue reading Book Review: Reveal – Robbie Williams by Chris Heath