Ok, I am by no means an expert on parenting and this is just my view but for anyone that is seeing someone with children, you might find my steps useful if you find this whole new experience a little daunting. Firstly: take you time to meeting your partners children. I met my step children… Continue reading A guide to becoming a step parent and weekend parent.
You see this photo, this photo means so many things to me but the one that sticks out most is how far I have come, you see when my marriage to Edwardo ended, like many today admitting this, I tried to end my life and it’s not something that I have openly told my children… Continue reading World mental health awareness day. My stories.
Picture the scene; you come across a party of four, in a restaurant talking absolute bollocks and then hitting Brighton pier on the 2p machines, the four of them look like they are just double dating and enjoying the evening, for the most massive part you would be right but when you see these four,… Continue reading The blended family
Does anyone else have a coping technique for anxiety and depression? It appears I do and it's one that brings me right out of the darkness I find myself in and that, as silly as this sounds is listening to the Mamma Mia Here We Go Again soundtrack, I find when I finally find the… Continue reading Coping with depression.
Being a working mum has its advantages and disadvantages, on the one hand you get peace and quiet most of the day and you have a life outside of work but the other side is you miss those little milestones that your kids do, they run to the other parent if they hurt themselves and… Continue reading The working mum
I see lots of blogs about motherhood to babies and toddlers but not many for teenagers and especially those for mums that don't live with their kids, how do you raise kids that don't live with you full time? How do you deal with different parenting styles to those of your ex partners? It's a… Continue reading The different beats of parenting.