“If you’re so tired why don’t you just go to bed?” I never just do nothing. If I want ‘me time’ the only option is to stay up late, usually watching back to back episodes of trashy TV on Netflix. I’m tired, I should be in bed, but sometimes I want to do nothing. Just sit and do nothing. I thought it would get better when she started play school. 2…

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Being a work from home mum is most definitely a blessing. I get to spend more time with my daughter, I get to take my daughter to appointments, I get to take her to and from nursery, I have total flexibility to be there for her and I love that. But sometimes, just sometimes, that blessing can be a bit of a pain in the ass, it becomes a curse. When…

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While stood at the school gate waiting to pick my daughter up from her first day at nursery it hit me, I’m a school mum now. No more lazy days of not showering or getting dressed because I have too much work to do. I have to wear a bra at least five days a week. When I’m feeling down there is no more hiding in the house, I have…

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For the past few days my facebook feed has been awash with emotional mothers, mothers who are sad that their child is starting school, mothers who cried after dropping them off for the first time. Aria is 2 & 1/2 and is due to start nursery any day now, and I cannot wait. The only emotion I am feeling is joy, and also relief. Relief for me and relief for…

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Must live within walking/stumbling distance. We will be drinking and we don’t want a taxi time limit. Must enjoy drinking. Must enjoy sharing chocolate. Must enjoy pizza/Chinese/Indian/*insert other fatty takeaway options here* Must enjoy drinking. Must be willing to listen to my husband and child related rants whilst nodding at the appropriate places and remaining impartial, regardless of whether or not I am being unreasonable. GSOH essential. Must appreciate cheesy…

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