. . . → Read More: Enough said
When I grow up I’ll be someone who knows when they last cleaned the fridge properly, and I’ll use a little pot of bicarbonate of soda to neutralise nasty fridge smells.
When I grow up I’ll change my family’s bedding on the same day every week, and I might even iron it.
When I grow up I’ll hoover . . . → Read More: When I grow up…
I was nervous before our first of many appointments with the consultant, scared of taking up his time with my endless worries and queries – so many I’d had to write them all down. All the unknowns of what a twin pregnancy would hold. But he never, ever made us feel rushed. . . . → Read More: 100 words – please sign the petition now
When the twins were nearing six months and we had to start considering weaning, all I can remember thinking was, ‘I really don’t want to do this’. We went down the traditional weaning road, but lately, possibly prompted by seeing friends doing baby led weaning for myself, I’ve been questioning my decision.
I wasn’t ready to start . . . → Read More: Baby led weaning and twins – why it wasn’t for us
Tomorrow Ez and Fonz will spend their first full day at their new nursery. I was a bit anxious about finding somewhere that I could trust after our nursery horror story, but we’ve managed to get them into a local nursery that I’m 100% happy with.
That, however, is not the problem at hand. The problem is . . . → Read More: Work/life balance.. the endless quest
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