My husband is an eloquent man. I have always been in awe of the way he effortlessly puts people at ease with his choice of words and polite manner. But during my pregnancy something very strange has happened to him. It is as if my pregnancy hormones have affected his brain resulting in him saying highly inappropriate things at completely the wrong moments. Here are just a few examples to prove my point…
Documenting how my life has changed since the arrival of my cheeky little monkey….and mostly for the better.
I read with interest today the following article www.netmums.com/home/g/top-uk-parenting-trends-to-watch-out-for-in-2015 And, indeed it was interesting. Some I was bemused at, others baffled, and some I kind of agreed with. So here goes with my honest account of the ones that stood out for me: Brelfies – No one and I mean no-one wants to take – […]
How our cat puts up with my little cheeky monkey is beyond me. But he keeps on coming back for more which can only mean one thing to Harry – playtime!
Our little cheeky monkey is a charmer. How he turns it on to woo the ladies wherever we are. Like father like son.
I love the zoo. Monkeys, primates, chimps, whatever it is you want to call them, I just love anything that can nonchalantly scratch its own bare bum whilst swinging through the trees. My favourite stop-off is the chimpanzee enclosure. Co-incidentally it is also my son’s favourite…..
We mothers should have more recognition for our efforts. Could this come in the form of a Degree? Definitely a lot more useful in the world than some other Degrees out there….
The choice of nappies is baffling. An honest account of one mum’s very public melt-down.