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Gross Things We’ve All Done: Thanks, Mamahood


Mamahood is beautiful, I won’t lie. It’s fulfilling yet trying. It gives you a love you never knew you could have, and at the same time tests your levels of patience. It’s a mixture of laughs and tears, of long days and longer nights. It’s the job that has no leave days, no sick days,…… Continue reading Gross Things We’ve All Done: Thanks, Mamahood

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Things I’d trade for a couple of hours of sleep


Life as a mama comes with its challenges, and one of the biggest ones I’ve had to face is the lack of sleep. You’d think that over the years I’d be used to the couple of hours I get each night to sleep. There have been a few nights that I can remember that I…… Continue reading Things I’d trade for a couple of hours of sleep

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10 Signs Your Kid is Ready to Potty Train


No one ever said that parenting would be easy. And no one said that potty training would be fun. It’s messy, it’s stinky and it comes with a lot of laundry. If there’s one thing that I’ve ever dreaded, it’s potty training! I mean, you’re excited to stop buying nappies but not so much excited…… Continue reading 10 Signs Your Kid is Ready to Potty Train

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Having Kids Means Having a Messy House


If you ever walk into my house, you won’t find a perfect picture. You’ll walk into a scene filled with toys lying all over the living room floor, some spillage stains on the tiles, laundry baskets full of folded up clothes under the stairs, our homeschool activities lying all over the kitchen table and a…… Continue reading Having Kids Means Having a Messy House

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New Years Resolutions I Wish My Kids Would Make


I used to make New Year’s Resolutions… Up until the point that I realised that I was wasting paper and ink writing things down that I was never getting around to doing. Sounds familiar, right? So I made resolutions at the end of 2015 for 2016… And I don’t even remember what I had jotted…… Continue reading New Years Resolutions I Wish My Kids Would Make