The new generation of Bavarian mosquito is small, stealth-like and nasty! They tend to leave me and go for L when he is asleep. He now has a high bed and the net doesn’t fit properly around the ladder. He … Continue reading
Posted in Campaigning, Health Workers, Kids, No child born to die, Parenting, Save the Children
Tagged #healthworkers, #passiton, Africa, apis, bite, children, David Cameron, health workers, Kids, make a difference, malaria, mosquito, New York, No child born to die, No child out of reach, petition, save lives, Save the Children, UN Summit
Mummy, are you still cross? No Darling, I’m not. He looked at me for a long time and then said “I want to stay here with you this weekend”. I said, “What, even though I’m so grumpy and tired and … Continue reading
* MJM (Post submitted as contribution to this week’s Silent Sunday Gallery on Mocha Beanie Mummy
A new day and a 5-minute addendum to yesterday’s post: I woke up to the sun. My world immediately feels more accessible when that happens. I have another personal mountain to climb today, but seeing blue sky and glinting fields … Continue reading
Posted in Home, Kids, Life Stuff, Parenting, Philosophising, Single Mum, Single parenthood, Starting out as a single working parent, Work-Life Balance, Working From Home
Tagged being there, Kids, music, work-life balance
* MJM (This photo was posted for the Silent Sunday gallery over at Mocha Beanie Mummy )
This gallery contains 14 photos.
L, aged four, loves his little jobs around the house. Him getting actively involved in a few daily chores does actually help me out (sometimes … ) and it gives him a real sense of achievement – he loves to … Continue reading
* (*whispers* Click the thingy underneath for more … ) MJM.
This week’s The Gallery is in honour of my partner in crime Mister F. aka HimUpNorth, who keeps my feet on the ground and my roots well and truly northern AND, more to the point, who is now officially the … Continue reading
This is a very special Gallery : One which will mark a moment in time, in honour of Save the Children who is working with mothers and children in one of the most poverty stricken areas of Bangladesh, and of … Continue reading
Posted in Campaigning, Home, Kids, Life Stuff, No child born to die, Parenting, Philosophising, Photography, Save the Children, The Gallery
Tagged blogladesh, India, Kids, Mami, Motherhood, Save the Children, Triangle, Values