She arrived unexpectedly and she made my world amazing. She walked, she ran, she turned 2,3,4,5,6,7, and now my baby girl is 8 years old. I’ve been a mother for eight whole years – where have those 8 years gone?! Mia made me a mother,
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,
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
Despite a vast history of allergies and other medical conditions, we are usually quite lucky when it comes to bugs and germs. The children very rarely come down with sickness bugs. When they do, thankfully it tends to be over and done with pretty quickly.
Since the start of the current academic year, we have been plagued by the dreaded head lice. I’ve spent more than £70 on over the counter treatments in just 5 months. No matter how hard I try, both of the children come home from school
Let’s face it, having kids can be grim at times. As parent’s we are subjected to being a target for bodily fluids and dirt. I often feel like I’ll never have an empty laundry basket for more than ten minutes, and there is always a
Being a young mum is hard, and I mean really hard. Do you know what makes it even harder? The stigma. People see a young mum and immediately assume she’s draining the benefits system, laying about doing nothing all day whilst thinking the world owes
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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