So far this Irish Summer has been a bit of a washout. As I type, the wind is howling and the rain is sheeting down. We brave it when we can, and, when we can’t, we come up with indoor activities to amuse us. Sometimes
Some days … I struggle with the realisation that we are going to be late.
My pleas, requests and cajoles to get dressed, find shoes, brush teeth, comb hair go unanswered; I say it once, I say it twice… by the time I get to the sixth request I am
We had no internet for 11 days.
11 long days! (Feel free to pause for a moment to take in the gravity of the situation.)
It was a stressful time! The children seemed nonplushed by the whole thing until they realised something… no internet means
There is always plenty of wisdom to be found over on the Learner Mama blog and this week Lucy has shared ten random facts she has learner in Motherhood. I immediately started composing my own list in my head …
We were delighted with the arrival of Bealtaine (May Day) as the Sun was shining, the air was warming up and we had the hope of warmer days and garden growth.
We have been observing the “unfurling”
We spent the last day of the Easter Holidays enjoying the great outdoors right on our doorstep.
We are lucky enough to have a lovely two mile long lane into the bog right beside our house, so we decided to take advantage of it and headed for a family
My four year old decided to join me in the room this morning, while I dressed.
Immediately my ego was on high alert! This guy doesn’t hold back with his critiques.
“What are you doing Mammy?”