What it took

And this is what it took For family bonds to be restored For homes to be taken care of For those odd jobs to be done And this is what it took For puzzles to be dusted off For forts to be built For more books to be read And this is what it took … Continue reading What it took

New Chapter

It’s been three months since our new chapter began, with hubby coming home to be with the kids & invest more energy into his business, and I jumped back into a full time role in the corporate space. Three months of adjusting, three months of working out our new normal, three months of finding our … Continue reading New Chapter

Mum Friends

Motherhood changes friendships. Whilst there can be a lot of emphasis on finding our tribe & connections with our mum friends, the reality is that motherhood can both strengthen and create new friendships, and create distance and cause friendships to end. Motherhood really tests our friendships. It tests for strength, compromise, compassion, trust, support, patience, … Continue reading Mum Friends

With the flow

The irony behind this post is that every time I started to write it I was interrupted & it took multiple attempts to get in the flow of writing it 🙊 Rather than fight it, I laughed at the irony & how it was further highlighting that life isn’t always smooth sailing, that we can’t … Continue reading With the flow

Getting out with twins

A big part of the Multiple Birth Awareness Week theme for this year around ‘Sharing the Journey’, is about joining a community or group to build a support network. personally, is something that I found quite difficult to do with a 2yo & newborn twins initially, & so I want to share a bit of … Continue reading Getting out with twins

Sharing the Journey

Today marks the start of Multiple Birth Awareness Week for 2019 & the theme this year is 'Share the journey', encouraging parents of multiples to ask for support, build connections & community, & share their experiences. I personally feel this is so important for all parents, so that we know we are not alone in … Continue reading Sharing the Journey