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Today, I Wished I Wasn’t a Parent!

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Today, for just a moment, as I watched the chaos unfold around me, for one single minute… I wished I wasn’t a parent. My pre-parent days flashed before my eyes, and I longed to be able to travel back in time, even if just for a moment, to revel in the peace and quiet. To become again the organized, more in-control “me”…. Read more »

Dethroned By My 3 Year Old…

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I’d like to think of myself as the Queen of my castle… Sitting on my throne; well in charge, super organised, and always in control. Not to mention immaculately dressed with make-up that would make the Kardashian sisters turn their heads. Something a little like this I guess… Perhaps there was a time when that was indeed the case… But… Read more »

5 Ways To Have A Successful Family Outing.

We love exploring, and try to do so as much as possible. However, with 4 little ones there are times when honestly I just don’t think I have the energy to pack the nappy bag! It’s like packing for an overnight stay when you are only gone for a few hours! There are times when I think I have mastered… Read more »

Toddler-tactics by Mommy SWAT

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Life with a toddler is never dull, not a boring moment to be had… Here’s my theory: I think we parents belong unknowingly to a Tactical SWAT team of parenthood. Just before our little ones enter their toddler years we get whisked away to some mysterious location, and trained in the art of Surviving Toddler-hood. But then we’re given a… Read more »

Rainy Day Tantrums

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So often we’re given advice on how to deal with our children’s tantrums. However, sometimes, you’ve just gotta let ’em slide… More for your own well-being, than your child’s 🙂 Here is a look into one of the latest tantrum escapades in our household… I hope you get a giggle out of it. I sure did (AFTER the episode was… Read more »