For the past 3 years we’ve opened our home to these cheeky mess-makers, committed to making Christmas even more magical for our girls. However, little did we know how devastating this timeless tradition would become when my littlest couldn’t follow the Number 1 rule! Continue reading Elf on the Shelf: Rules You’re Forced to Break
A much more laid back entry that may contain some surprising facts and amusing back stories. Thank you Kez for the nomination! Continue reading The Liebster Award |11 Random Facts & Have I Always Been a Goody Two Shoes?
Challenging stigmas around having a toddler who still relies on a dummy to self-soothe and the emotions related to “last baby syndrome.” Our youngest finally let’s go of her beloved dummy, shedding the last reminents of her babyhood. Continue reading Saying Goodbye to the Dummy
A look back on what I can only describe as the best year of my adult life. Everything from campaign goals, life-long friendships to awards… Continue reading A Year in Review – 2018
Since having the littles Christmas has definately stepped up a notch. Before it was mainly about Christmas Day itself, now it’s ALL about the anticipation, the build up of excitement for the arrival of Alfie our Elf, turning our home … Continue reading Our Christmas Traditions Revealed!
Making the modern-day Christmas tradition ‘Elf on the Shelf’ EASY and more practical for families with babies/toddlers. Continue reading 10 EASY Toddler-friendly ‘Elf on the Shelf’ ideas
In November 2018 we took our 6 and 3 year old little girls to the Circus for the very 1st time! A simple, yet majorly overlooked family outing, that for families with disabilities is often – very hard or even … Continue reading An Inclusive Experience | Circus Starr
Running late again with the series, this year is whizzing by and I just want to grind it to a hault so bad and savour every day. So far, it has been my most accomplished year ever! Spoiler alert for … Continue reading Favourites of an Ambitious Turtle | Oct 2018
Last week I was given the incredible opportunity to appear on a Mumsnet panel, in London with some of Britain’s most fabulous Mummy Bloggers for the #ExpectingChange campaign by the Mama Mio Skincare Brand. The awareness campaign was launched after … Continue reading Pregnant On Public Transport | #ExpectingChange AD
Back in 2016, finding it difficult to get out with now 2 young children under 5 as a wheelchair user myself with a life-limiting muscle wasting condition, I applied for a ‘Special Day’ via The Willow Foundation. I’d actually known … Continue reading Trip to Chester Zoo! | Courtesy of The Willow Foundation