Dani is studying and Its raised more questions that answers! Let her know what you think on this blog post thinking about the impact of Diversity in the NHS.
Our review of The Hair Helper. A product to store neatly all those hair clips and bows! A much need price of kit in a house with girls.
So I am self confessed history geek. Having studied history at university, I’m always partial to a trip to a beautiful castle or a visit to any of Britain’s fantastic historical land marks, and I have to admit I find it difficult not to get sucked in by a good historical drama on TV. The … Continue reading Battles of a Working Mum: an age old problem
My first ever blog! Eek!! I guess I should introduce myself, my name is Claire and I’ve been married to my wonderful husband Andy for 6 years. We have two gorgeous girls, Sophie aged 4 and starting school in September (I still haven’t got my head around this yet!) and Ava who is 14 months … Continue reading Life is about to get messy!
Ok guys I am putting myself out there today. My 14 year old daughter has gone and played out in real life that American movie cliché. Only we are not in America and more importantly this isn’t a movie! While we were away on holiday she organised and put on a party for her and … Continue reading Parenting Teenagers – My teen threw a party while we were away.
It had been booked in since Christmas and we were all super excited to head to the south of France with my sister and her partner to stay with his parents. But something wasn’t quite right. Something was niggling. A weird mix of apprehension and nerves. This was no ordinary, relaxing break. No this was … Continue reading The Holiday…
Guest blogger Merin talks about how they are preparing for their new baby as first time parents. She shares her story and top tips for any soon to be parents out there! Thanks Erin! X
When the blue line appeared, I knew that a whole new life was about to start, not only the one growing inside me, but also the new life that I would have, due to this new, fabulous, much prayed for addition. I have worked for some big brands in my career, I have been lucky … Continue reading Boss Mummy – Bossing Maternity Leave Budgeting
I am a few weeks in now, full time, one day at home, 4 days in the office. Work very quickly ramped up once people knew I was back and I feel like I am right on that NHS bucking bronco like I never got off. I have a reasonable idea of what I am … Continue reading Back to work – it’s all got a bit too much.
Even after 20 years of being a working mum, I still have regular guilt trips about work and kids depending on the day and time! I have two boys – Josh is 20 and safely out of guilt’s way at university but that leaves Jasper, my 15 year old, who, despite being the tallest in … Continue reading Still the Guilt Goes On – But Working at Home is a Saviour