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Thursday, 23 August 2012

The Beginning

When I decided to start this blog, I wanted it to be different. I had my first child at 18 and unexpectedly became stepmum to a teenager at 26, when I met my, now, husband. During that time I've experienced what it is to be a parent from all kinds of different angles. From trying to fit in at the school gates at the age of 22 to watching my baby son fight a serious infection in Intensive Care just days after his birth. And it's hard. Being a parent is really, really hard. It doesn't matter how old your children get, you will never stop worrying and they will never stop needing you. Most parents, I believe, will have had days where they don't feel they measure up or 'make the grade', where other families seem to be doing a better job some how, but I think inside, we're pretty much all the same. Trying to make it work and do the best for our children. This blog is about trying to make things a little easier. I hope to include all kinds of tips from gadgets and gizmos to make housework a smaller part of family life, to things to do with children of all ages. So, if you have children of 1 or 21, whether you're a mum, dad, grandparent or just a really good friend, I hope you will enjoy sharing my journey.


  1. Well done babe! Huge Congrats - can't wait to read more xx

  2. How fab!!!! Subscribed via email as I can't follow any other way hehe!!

    Good luck on your new adventure :)


  3. Great blog lovely looking forward to reading more

  4. Nicely said! I was hoping as my kids got older it would get easier but in fact it gets harder. I'm looking forward to reading more. Thanks Lucy x

  5. I was gripped from 'The Beginning', you have followed through with your genius writing and wonderfully fun and creative descriptions walking me through your journey. 10/ 10 I HIGHLY recommend this blog to anyone who should make time for an entertaining yet empathetic read. Well done Lucy. xx


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