One of my most vivid childhood memories comes from a school trip I took to the Imperial war museum when I was like 9 or 10 or something (definitely towards the end of primary school). It was the best day of my life (or so I thought at the time). My favourite part was a blitz experience we took part in. I distinctly remember the emotions I felt, the smells,… View Post

I wanted for a while and for many reasons to home educate my kids (at least for the first few years) It seemed so wonderful, so flexible and suited to the child… unfortunately due to our current circumstances and my uncertainty with grief we decided school was the right thing for them right now and this week opened the page to the chapter I have been dreading – the path… View Post

You know its been a successful morning out when your kid says “Mummy I have had a lovely morning, thank you” – SCOOOORE #mummypoints to me! But aside from feeling like number 1 mum I had to agree, because we got back into the car filled with smiles, magic in our hearts and some paper binoculars all thanks to “The Rainbow Factory” in Farsley (Leeds). It is a magical play… View Post

I have a track record for being indecisive and not finishing things. This is true, I cannot argue against fact, because there is a path I have left in life of unfinished courses and temporary jobs. I am indecisive yes, and I am 30 with no idea of what I want to do in life beyond what I am already doing now as a mother. I also have quit courses, not… View Post