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    • My baby’s two. How the heck did that happen?

      By on August 28, 2016

      Charlie’s two in just a few days. TWO YEARS OLD. The last couple of years have gone in the blink of an eye. He’s changing so fast and doing new things every day and saying new words and to be honest, I’m finding it hard to keep up. I don’t want to forget anything, so here’s a list of...

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    • Notes from our first overseas trip with the toddler.

      By on July 15, 2016

      We’ve just returned from a trip overseas for Charlie to meet the other side of his family. It was a trip I looked forward to and dreaded in equal measure – mainly because the general consensus from friends was, ‘You’re an idiot. You should’ve gone when he was a newborn’ leaving me?basically terrified at the prospect. But, I’m back....

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    • My name is Charlie, and I’m a duckaholic.

      By on May 29, 2016

      The other night, I crawled into bed next to Charlie, who was snoring in that cute way only a baby can. He cuddled up to me, threw his little?arm around my neck and mumbled one word: ‘Duck.’ A normal mother might think this was adorable, her baby dreaming about ducks. I just rolled my eyes, because it was yet...

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    • My most embarrassing parenting moment so far.

      By on January 22, 2016

      There comes a time in any parent’s life when your kid does something so incredibly embarrassing that you literally just don’t know where to put yourself. I believe my mother would say that her most embarrassing memory of me as a toddler was when she was holding a posh dinner for my dad, his boss and assorted VIPs, she...

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    • 27 things you’ll do in the first year of parenthood.

      By on December 10, 2015

      It has been a year of firsts around here. I have done a lot of things I never expected to do in a million years. Some of it?gross. A lot of it completely mental. Most of it hilarious.?Here we go… 1. Bathe your baby in the kitchen sink. 2. Fish poop out of the kitchen sink. 3. Sing lullabies...

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