I am very lucky to live beside the seaside. A stones throw away and I can be in the picturesque Wicklow or less than a stones throw away in my local town Dun Laoghaire. When the sun is out you couldn't pick a better place to be. Dun Laoghaire and Sandycove is great for walking… Continue reading Things to do with the little ones…
All you need on a sunny day..
Most weekends I have two four year olds asking me on the Friday night "what are we doing tomorrow" and the next day and so on. Planning my weekends is inevitable for all of us. Summer bank holidays in Ireland need a lot of planning just in case the weather is not what its supposed… Continue reading Here comes the sun……we hope
For me, becoming a mother has been the toughest challenge. And that is up there with completing a level eight college degree, learning to drive at 45, moving overseas and back, living with a parent who has Alzheimers and parenting alone. I have always felt that support is key in helping people through tough times. … Continue reading Sharing is caring
So, just when you have got the night toilet training all done after a year, one twin starts wetting again. I give up. When does it all get easier with twins. I don’t want to hear that word here “never”. So now I start all over again, getting up from my bed to lift them,… Continue reading To pee or not to pee
My least favourite time of the day is dinner time. It is a challenge both mentally and physically. My twins are now four. My son has been a fussy eater since he could eat. When they were smaller and in the baby seats at the table, I would have to strap my son in a… Continue reading Dinner for three