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Hello…it’s me again.

Hey friends, I know, I know it's been a long time. I started off this blog guns blazing and I desperately wanted to create something that people would flock to amidst the saturated blog market. It started off swimmingly, I was featured in Scary Mommy  and I felt unstoppable. The response to the article was widely… Continue reading Hello…it’s me again.

christmas · Tips and advice · Travel tips · UK trips · Uncategorized

A Day Trip To London With A Baby and Dino-Mad Toddler

On December 14th 2018 we braved the transatlantic red eye with the girls to go and visit my family and friends back in the UK. It was Aria's first flight and to say we were a little nervous was an understatement. Back in October in the deep trenches of her colic when we booked the… Continue reading A Day Trip To London With A Baby and Dino-Mad Toddler

Expat life · mum life · parenting · Tips and advice · Travel tips · Uncategorized

Little frequent flyers. Activities and advice for surviving long haul flights with toddlers.

There is nothing more humbling than a screaming child at 37,000 feet. As you "shh" them desperately through gritted teeth and offer them everything from stickers to your kidney if they just cooperate all you can think of is "why the fresh heck did I put myself through this?" Pretty much anyone who has ever… Continue reading Little frequent flyers. Activities and advice for surviving long haul flights with toddlers.

Expat life

Top 5 things that only a British Expat misses at Christmas

Does the sound of Noddy Holder yelling "It's CHRRRIIIISTMAAASSSS" ring in your ears every time you think of the festive season? Do coloured Christmas lights and tinsel (the proper kind, not that lamenta shite. If you know what lamenta is extra points) adorn your tree? Are your cupboards stocked with minced pies? Is Christmas Eve… Continue reading Top 5 things that only a British Expat misses at Christmas

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Giving up everything for love. The truth about becoming an expat wife and mother.

She's crying in the British food aisle again A few days ago I found myself staring wistfully at a jar of pickled onions on the shelf at my local supermarket¬†grocery store. I had an ache inside me that I hadn't really felt for a long time. It was back again, homesickness. It all sounds a… Continue reading Giving up everything for love. The truth about becoming an expat wife and mother.