We did it! We have moved back into our house on Saturday and it feels gooooood. My parents were very kind to have us staying with them for so long, but we were all more than ready to get our own space back. My mum took care of 99% of the cooking while we were
July brings around my Dad’s birthday. He is a nightmare to buy for, as he is a serial amazon shopper and anything he wants he has delivered straight to his door. This year we’ve had a lot of help from my Dad. He’s been helping JHogg build our new kitchen, as well as letting us
The end of the school year brings excitement for so many. Thoughts of long summer days spent playing in paddling pools and eating ice lollies. For most kids the holidays seem long and like they will last for ever, but some are already thinking about what comes after them. Preparing to go back to school
I hate to admit this – but skin care is pretty low in my list of priorities. As a Mum I have a million and one things on my list at any one time and skin care just falls off the bottom. It’s not always in our budget to get new products for me that
I do believe in fairies – I do, I do, I DO! We have been having a bit of a nightmare trying to replace the doors in our home (seriously – who suggested buying a doer-upper?!) so imagine the hilarity when an Irish Fairy Door landed on our door step. Clearly the fairies aren’t having the
When you wish upon a star Makes no difference who you are Anything your heart desires Will come to you – Pinocchio Last week JHogg and I celebrated our 2nd wedding anniversary. It was just a couple of days after mothers day, so we celebrated the two together with a lunch in the hotel we
February turned out to be an epic fail on the competition front! I didn’t win anything. Not a sausage. I entered over 60 competitions in the end which is quite a lot even by my standards. It has made me even more determined to win something in March! How did you get on last month?