My eldest has a new turn of phrase that she loves to use, “life hack.”
My week can often be about the things I need to get done, and there are days when I don’t get a chance to do some of the things I would love to do, like read, write, and listen to podcasts.
I have been mulling over this phrase life hack, and I realised I have some life hacks of my own that I use to snatch time in my week. Continue reading “Three life hacks I use to snatch time in my week”
As another day dawns
way too early
with bouncy kids
and too little sleep.
You’re doing just fine mumma.
Continue reading “You’re doing just fine mumma”
This prayer is for you, Mumma, as you sit in another specialist’s room, hoping maybe this one will have the answer for your child.
Continue reading “A prayer for the hurting Mumma”
I had a conversation with my girl the other day about an upcoming excursion.
‘I’m feeling nervous, and excited, Mummy.’
Continue reading “all the feels”
My daughter drags herself out of the classroom. I can tell the sort of day she has had, by the way she shoves her belongings at me and demands that I help.
Immediately mumma bear in me rises to the fore. I want to know the problem. Continue reading “where you start”
I am thinking a lot about my two Grandmothers this season. Both of them are now at an age where they are in homes full time. And I know that if I sent them a card or a present this Christmas they wouldn’t know who it is from. I feel like they are missing from my Christmas.
Continue reading “the things we’ve handed down”