My children are the inspiration behind my blog, if it wasn’t for them than I probably wouldn’t even have this! I love being able to write about them and they make pretty good material to write about – even if the older two don’t like having their photo’s taken.
Anyway, I was tagged by the lovely Lianne from Mrs Mummy Harris
to do this little tag post all about our little ones. I didn’t really know which baby of mine to do. I did a post
with Keira not too long ago answering questions from her perspective and Zara gets a lot of screen time because she’s more co-operative. So, in the end, I decided to get some help from Joshua to do this (in between all the strops he’s been throwing).
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When I became a mum safety was of the utmost importance. Sometimes I did go a little overboard and baby proofed my home before my daughter could even crawl but her safety was paramount, and if I could prevent something from happening before it did then I was going to do everything I could.
I always have been, and always will be, concerned about car safety the most. There are so many child related car accidents that I am always super cautious. Our children rearface until they’re two years old and I make sure our car receives all the necessary checks required to ensure it’s roadworthy, especially the tyres. Driving with worn out tyres causes over 10,000 accidents a year, some even ended in a fatality. So I’ve written this post, about car tyre safety, in collaboration with Point-S. (For more information, please see my Disclosure Policy
Thomas and Friends has always been a huge hit in our home, although I was a little shocked when we first started watching it as to how different it had become since I was a child. I still enjoyed watching that cheeky little train though. Zara has barely had any new toys, with Joshua still being so young when she was born she just got lumped with all the old toys (some we even bought when Keira was a baby). So when we were asked to review the Thomas and Friends comforter and soft, how could I refuse?!
Mother’s Day is upon us (well if you live in the UK) and this year it’s going to be my 4th one! I feel incredibly lucky to be celebrating my 4th year of being a mum to 3 amazing children that constantly drive me round the bend. Anyone who says their children don’t drive them barmy is clearly lying to everyone. Our kids enjoy winding us up and pushing us further than our limits, but I could never not love them.
So Darren asked me that one question I dread the most, what would I like for Mother’s Day – as a gift. I never bloody know what to say because I never normally need anything and the stuff that I normally do need is hella pricey or impossible. That got me thinking. If money were no object, and super
powers were real, what what I like for Mother’s Day?
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