Yesterday morning I was all ready to sit down and write a post about how tiring and not nice my day was on Friday. Being a mummy is the best things in the world and I wouldn’t have it any other way, but there are days when you’re so tired, when the kiddos are so […]Read More Not so bad, considering
Wow, you know you’ve been busy when writing is one of your favourite things and still you haven’t posted for 5 months! I know! Five whole months without as much as a word. Without trying to make excuses, the main reason I haven’t been blogging is that we have had a lot of illness over […]Read More I’m back!
Even though my two lovely kiddos look very much alike, they couldn’t behave more differently if they tried. The most noticable difference at the moment is talking. Elisabeth never really did baby talk, she was almost silent until she could discuss the political situation in Africa (so to speak). She talked so well that when […]Read More Where’s mamma?
The first time someone kisses you is always special. I remember the first kiss with my husband, it was in a nightclub in Clacton-on-Sea. This is 14 years ago and I still remember it as if it was yesterday. Elisabeth gave slobber kisses for ages when she was little (you know the ones that are […]Read More The First Kiss
Me: Morning Jacob. Jacob: Wow! Me: Would you like a drink? Jacob: Wow! Me: Look Jacob, a dog. Jacob: Wow! Me: What would you like for lunch? Jacob: Wow! Me: Night night Jacob. Jacob: Wow! The boy is a genius 😂Read More Conversations with Jacob #1
Elisabeth: “Where are my nipples mummy?” Me:”Excuse me?” Elisabeth:”Where are my nipples mummy?” If I find out who is to blame for this they will be in serious trouble 🙂 This Tuesday Elisabeth didn’t really want to go to the child minder, she was tired and wanted to stay home with mummy or daddy. But […]Read More Conversations with Elisabeth 3
Me: ‘What did you have for dinner at Jenny’s today?’ Elisabeth: ‘Mash and beans and fish fingers.’ – Me: ‘Really?’ – She actually had spaghetti 🙂 Me: ‘You’ve grown so big!’ Elisabeth: ‘I’m not big, daddy is big.’ Elisabeth: ‘Daddy is a boy and mummy is a lady.’ Me: ‘That’s right, daddy is a man […]Read More Conversations with Elisabeth 2