Monthly Archives: August 2014

Big Questions

M has recently started asking some of those Big Life Questions. You know the kind; when the toddler is no longer a toddler, but nearly ready to start school and they want to know about EVERYTHING. Not just questions, too, … Continue reading

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Night Nursing Tactics (a toddler’s perspective)

I noticed mum wrote a blog about tactics to sneak away from me when I’m having a lovely feed and a snuggle with her in the evening, gently falling asleep all warm and cosy. You know what this means? It … Continue reading

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Night nursing tactics

So you’ve nursed your baby to sleep in the evening (Gasp! Horror!). You’re sat or laying in bed, baby fast asleep but firmly latched on. Next step is to get baby, still sleeping, into their designated place of night time … Continue reading

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Oh What A Lovely War

So, this show. This show that has taken up so much time, and effort, and energy. It has been both wonderful and draining. It has been unlike anything I have performed before, for a number of reasons. I guess I … Continue reading

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More Huge Leaps

Recently, E has not been her usual cheerful self. She has been clingy, grumpy, quick to get frustrated, sleeping badly, mood changing like the wind. There were tantrums; cute, 16 month old tantrums where she works throw the toy that … Continue reading

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A very Lego day

These past two weeks I have barely seen the kids, as I have been performing in Salisbury Playhouse, in Oh What A Lovely War (more of that to come). It was basically a routine of finish work, pick up from … Continue reading

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