A healthy night’s sleep is something we should all be getting a bit more of, but when it comes down to it, your kids need a good kip more than anyone! After all, they’re growing and growing fast, and they need all the rest they
Mother’s Day is just days away and mothers everywhere are wondering what Mother’s Day will bring this year. Some have husbands who organise gifts and treats on behalf of the children, some have grown up children who know exactly what their mum wants/needs, and others, like me, are single mothers, who do it all, who, unless family are involved, don’t get to celebrate Mother’s Day like other mother’s do.
I can’t say it enough, self-care is SO important, especially for mothers. We are constantly on the go, constantly doing and being everything to everyone. Even when the children are in bed, we keep carrying on until the jobs are done. We only stopping to
Right there, at that moment pictured above. I found myself feeling a sense of fulfillment that I hadn’t felt for a very long time. Every day I wake up, get up, and don’t stop for at least 12 hours. I’m so completely devoted to motherhood,
Chicken pox during childhood is pretty much guaranteed, but shingles during childhood is nowhere near as common. Both Mia and Theo had chicken pox a few years ago, Mia only had a few spots but Theo had more than I could count. He suffered badly
Eight years, eight whole years since my beautiful Mia entered the world. How is that possible? Her 8th birthday is just around the corner. The older she gets, the harder she is to buy for. Last year she helped me to create a 7th birthday wish
Family occasions and celebrations of love and unity such as Valentines Day and Christmas are tough for single parents. No matter how hard we try to focus on the positives, concentrate on the children and make the best of things, sometimes the feeling of loneliness
I wouldn’t be surprised if you read the title of this post and felt bemused. After all, my children are nearly 8 and 6, surely the bedtime struggle is a distant memory? I’d love to say yes, it is, but the sad truth is that
Hi! I’m Chloe, a 26-year-old mother of two wonderful children, Mia (8) and Theo (6). I’m passionate about writing and photography, and I own way too many pairs of shoes and candles. Other than that, I'm just like any other Mum, fuelled by coffee and determined to raise good humans.
Just The Three Of Us is my little corner of the internet to share our world, the highs the lows and everything in between. When I'm not in mum mode, writing or taking photographs I can usually be found on social media, so make sure you are following for a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes :)
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