I was a bookworm when I was a child. I always loved books. My dad was a book editor, our house was full of books and I think it’s in my blood. I remember feeling delighted when my parents told me that I’d fallen asleep with a book in my hand!
I love a good spa and I’ve been lucky enough to try many over the years so I was well chuffed when my lovely sister bought me a spa treatment called ‘the Comforter’ for Lush Spa in Cardiff.
2019 will be the last full year of being in my thirties… crazy!
I want 2019 to the year I get fit again, like I used to be. I want us to have a year of fun… a garden we can all enjoy, holidays and short breaks.
Here’s 19 things I’m aiming for in 2019:
Christmas has been and gone, we had a lovely few days, and now it’s time to reflect on this year and look forward to the next….
Regular readers will know I love a charity shop bargain. This Christmas I’ve upped my game, I’ve bought loads of gifts for the boys from charity shops, local Facebook selling groups, and eBay.
Getting socks for men for Christmas is pretty standard. It’s the default gift when you have no idea what else to buy… the perfect stocking filler.
But socks have also been a pretty boring gift. Until now.
S recently had his 2-2.5 year old check from the health visitor.
She was due at 2pm which is usually his nap time, so I put him down for an earlier nap and woke him just as she was parking up. Unfortunately having to wake him meant he was a bit grouchy and not really on form…
The first words he muttered were ‘tv on’… great, thanks S, now she thinks I just plonk you in front of the TV all the time!
What she checked for:
A few weeks ago we had what I think might be out best family holiday yet…. at Butlin’s! Who would have thought it!? I certainly didn’t know what to expect… but I was WELL impressed!
Cardiff Bay is one of our favourite places to go for a few hours out with our toddler boys…. and there’s sooo much to do there…..
Over a month ago (bad mummy blogger alert!) our beautiful blue-eyed baby boy turned 2!
I still can’t believe it, I know everyone says this but seriously, S still looks and is the same size as a baby!
He can still fit in a lot of 12-18 month clothes!
Anyway what’s our little 2 year old like?!
Wild!! Is this second-child syndrome or just a difference to his bigger brother W I don’t know but S is more fearless and headstrong than W… quite often the ringleader leading older children astray! Loves being the centre of attention! His self-confidence is great…. apart from when you need him to listen to you to stop throwing his food etc!