I wrote this a couple of years back and thought it was worth a re-share. There are always things doing the rounds on Facebook. At that time it was the “seven facts about me” thing
I wrote it on my personal profile and deleted at least 15 facts, because people want fun and frivolity not messy truth and hurt.
So here is my truth, my painful messy truth. My “Seven Facts of a Special Needs Mum” Continue reading “Seven Facts of a Special Needs Mum”
As you may have realised by now, I like cake…all cake! I don’t discriminate. So, when I came across Andrea at Jigsaw Bakehouse over on Instagram I couldn’t have been more excited because the only thing I like more than cake is supporting small businesses and when those businesses are local I get even more excited. So, to discover a cake maker that is not only on my doorstep but who uses local ingredients wherever possible, including local free range eggs from Stonebridge City Farm, local preserves from Lings Larder and flour milled at Nottingham’s very own Greens Windmill, yes we have our own working windmill, it really did tick all my boxes! Discovering that by buying from Jigsaw Bakehouse you are in fact supporting several small businesses was a wonderful surprise Continue reading “Shopping local just got tasty! Art that you can eat! “
We’ve not had a What Bow wore post for a couple of weeks but we are coming back with a bang! Last week was filled with a shopping trip to Dunelm ready for redecorating the children’s bedrooms, a trip to Costco and a walk around our local food market I think you’ll agree Bow was seriously rocking some amazing outfits for all of it! Continue reading “What Baby Bow wore w/c 31/7/17”
Last week I came across this post on Facebook advertising Vegan unicorn brownies! Don’t they look amazing??
Continue reading “How “Unicorn Poop Brownies” took the fear factor out of going Vegan! “
My introduction to motherhood wasn’t like most peoples. When my baby was nine days old I was told I was going to lose her. I had only just become a mummy, our journey together had just begun and I was being told that I should prepare myself for the worst possible nightmare as a parent. You see when DeeDee was nine days old she was diagnosed with an inoperable brain stem tumour. It was unlike anything anyone had ever seen before and so no one could offer any kind of treatment, nor any kind of hope. Continue reading “Learning to be selfish, what drove me to blog! “
This blog post was orginally published in September 2016 over on http://www.babyandplay.co.uk/blog/storksak-fab-bag/
What makes a FAB bag fabber than the fab bags I already have?
That was the question I posed to the amazing guys at Baby and Play (more about them in another post) so they sent a Storksak FAB bag for me to try. Continue reading “The time I asked…What makes the Storksak Fab Bag fabber than the fab bags I already have? “
So this weekend we packed our bags, jumped in the car and headed to Alton Towers for two days of fun on a treat weekend courtesy of the amazing charity When You Wish upon A Star. We were lucky enough to go to Legoland last month (courtesy of “Superstar Siblings” ..aka my wonderful friend Louise who bought tickets as a treat for lego mad Jax) unfortunately that was spoilt somewhat (completely) by three out of four of the small people getting horrid tummy bugs on the day, which in turn resulted in a stop on the hard shoulder of the motorway on the way home to resusitate DeeDee, so this was a chance to redo the theme park weekend a little closer to home with, hopefully, a lot more smiles and a lot less sick!! Continue reading “The Time a Stick Ruined Alton Towers! “