I used to think I was allergic to crafting with the kids. The sheer glimpse of an errant few specks of glitter, the loom bands clogging up the Dyson, a small child’s hand mushing together multiple colours of modelling clay into a sludgy brown… it’s enough to give me heart-stopping anxiety.
Month: May 2018
When Elfie was diagnosed with a chronic health condition, one thing that struck me was how much sheer admin is involved: we spend so much time ping-ponging between GPs, Consultants, clinics and pharmacies that you need to possess the diary management skills of an Executive-level PA to keep up with it all.
I never ever expected a break-up to make me feel so devastated. I’m thirty-two years old and have my shit otherwise held pretty tightly together, so having my romantic life shake my core so thoroughly has been a huge shock. But heartbreak does not discriminate.
It’s been 6 years in the making, but my online shop has finally arrived! And to celebrate I’m giving away a tshirt bundle, worth £40.
Reading with our children is such an important experience, for both of us. It brings…
Fancy re-creating the Elderflower and Lemon wedding cake of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle? Here’s how: and, unlike theirs, it won’t set you back 50 grand!
If you’re thinking of ending your marriage and you have children, there’s no doubt your biggest concern will be the impact your split will have on your family. I felt exactly the same; I was absolutely horrified at the damage I’d be doing to my kids by divorcing their father.
At the end of the event a gynae cancer survivor spoke about her experiences. She ignored her bleeding and pain far longer than she should have, she said, and she ended up having to have her entire vagina removed. “Because of my embarrassment”, she said, “I no longer have a vagina. Don’t let that happen to you”.