I was not a happy mummy by any stretch of imagination. But the moment I listened to myself and not someone advising that i should keep going regardless, it all became a whole lot easier.
I was challenged by Wayfair to #BlogItForward in January to raise money for Habitat for Humanity. They raised £2600 in December and we have until 31st January to help raise even more.
I love my work space at home. However it can be rather distracting. I tend to grab my laptop, put the kettle on, and make myself comfy on the sofa during weeknights with a cuppa and a biscuit.
I would definitely use U Star Novels in the future. The personalisation really brings something new and different to the story. The fact that you can choose your friends and families names and include them in a family story makes it a real keepsake.
Now a question I have is when is too early to bring out an iPad to keep him entertained? A second question I have is should we all be relying on technology to keep our children entertained at all when we are out?
Pop over and help bust some working mum myths Busy Working Mummy style….
We shouldn’t feel bad or embarrassed about the fact we choose to bring our children up away from our families…you just work that little bit harder.