So, its nearly Halloween time again and guess what? Christmas products are everywhere to be seen already. OMG. Far too early for me. But the other side of it is, its time to get organised or start to think about the white bearded man…. SANTA. I have two very excited kids who asked me to… Continue reading Trick or Treat..
Yes, mothers out there like me, looking to keep the little ones busy, this website has great tips and plenty to read on parenting. Have a look: http://www.onefamily.ie 10 Ways to Make the Most of School Breaks Time off: If you work outside of the home, plan your leave in advance for school holidays. Get the list… Continue reading Time out…
Its hard to believe I have finished my year studying. Where exactly does time go? If anyone feels they can’t do something new, try it first and then see. For me everything fell into place so I was meant to do this course. My last exam was on the 11th May and I have done… Continue reading Back to life, Back to reality….
I feel I’ve forgotten what having spare time is since beginning college. My blog hasn’t been updated in so long so here I am, doing just that. I am now half way through my course to be a Further Education teacher. It has been a whirlwind of studying, trains, luas, work placement, paper work, quick… Continue reading Am I there yet?
Well, now that Halloween is over and decorations are down, my five-year-old son wants to know can we put up Christmas decorations! Although I have explained its too early for that, he says they are up in other places so why not at home? You know, he’s right and it is confusing for a five-year-old… Continue reading Halloween fun
After three weeks, they have settled into “big” school. A few tears on day one from Connie while Sonny stomped in like Sergeant Major. I knew he would love it and mix in without a hitch but my daughter was the opposite. Every morning I see her face turn around 20 times to check I’m… Continue reading Starting school….
If the book “Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine” was written by an Irish author, it would be called “Eleanor Oliphant is grand”. This is what Irish people say for everything even if you have suitcases under your eyes, have forgotten to take your pyjamas off when at the park, left the kids in the car… Continue reading “Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine” book review