This month Piglet is 18 months old. He will be closer to 2 than he is to 1, and that is a scary thought! We are rocketing through the year and sometimes I have no idea what we have done all day. There are some many little things that I remember doing as a kid
I am always saying that meal planning keeps me sane. It means that I stick within our food budget for the week, and takes away the unknown when it comes to dinner time. We don’t reach for the takeaway menus because we can’t be bothered to think of something to cook – the ingredients are
Ah mum guilt. I had heard so much about it before having Piglet but that in no way prepared me for the way it actually feels. It has hit me hard in the last few weeks and I have no doubt that it’s not about to end any time soon. Despite Piglet having 2 sets
I am loving being back at home. Our new hob is perfect and I don’t get enraged when I try to cook anything, and the new oven is clean. Still – even after a month! I am enjoying having full control over our meals again and returning to cook the meals we know and love.
In the last year I have had to finally admit I’m not a fresh faced teenager any more. I can’t just a quick scrub with a face wipe and call it clean. I’ve been trying to make sure I cleanse, tone and moisturise regularly to stop myself looking like the haggard old woman that I
If there is one thing that has really irritated me in the last 6 months, it has been the constant comments about Piglet’s hair. We let his hair grow quite long and I loved the curls at the back. I think it suited him, and his hair was lovely and soft. However, most people had