It’s amazing how easy it is to fall into a rutt and become totally bogged down with everyday life and the routine of the mundane. It’s even more crazy when my hubby is away and our little family unit just becomes this well oiled machine.
Now don’t get me wrong, I completely and utterly love my husband and having him work from home and be in our lives. Continue reading “When Hubby’s away….”
It’s time to get back into the rhythm of real life as we know it. I honestly don’t know about your kids, but mine seem to stand in fertiliser in winter and then the moment spring hits – shjoop, they’ve outgrown all of their winter stuff and yet it’s not cold enough to buy any new ones, so I just muscle through the season of Tom Sawyer (or hit the sales rack and make my kids look like the clothes are way too big for them and just keep them for next year)
So with this, comes other aspects of their lives I need to take into consideration. Besides the clothes and shoes, I always take the time to look at them in their car seats. Obviously it’s a lot easier to assess when they’re itty bitty babies and you can see that they aren’t that little newborn you thought would never fill out the seat but have become a 12 month old and moving around – actually engaging the world at a different level in the car. Continue reading “Jude’s reaction to his new Car Seat #CarseatFullstop (when do I move my kid to the next size car seat?)”
Yoh! It’s already Thursday! Where did the week go? I can honestly say that I was completely not motivated to write anything, mainly because I was throwing my full focus into potty training my son. Now, we tried a few months ago and that literally went down the toilet. (excuse the pun) I tried the various methods that I used with my two girls, and nothing seemed to stick. Continue reading “What I’ve learned from Potty Training”
Some of you might not even know what a love language is. So before I dive down deep into my kids and the way they speak to us through these “languages”, I’ll briefly summarise what they are. Continue reading “Figuring out my kids’ Love Languages”
It’s the strangest feeling, I’m feeling, as I’m scrolling through various blogger titles. As I pass the ones about being pregnant of having a baby or anything around those kinds of topics, I am sighing the biggest sigh of relief. I say this, why? You may ask. Continue reading “Guys!! I thought I was Pregnant!”
This past weekend has been one of the most emotional roller coasters I’ve been on in a very long time. And what was even more taxing was that none of the emotion had to do with my insecurities or my “girlie” issues.
My kid got sick and it scared me. Continue reading “How our Scary moment turned Gold”
Tuesday and Wednesday haven’t been good folks. Don’t get me wrong, my family is fine and everything went smoothly, but the days have been clouded (and still are) with the knowledge that one of the ladies in our homeschooling community lost her son tragically to swine flu. It was completely insane and hard to process that a kid, the same age as my oldest child, is just gone. Like that…… poof! Continue reading “Losing a child, has me thinking “