As mothers, what do we touch each day? What do our busy hands do?
My children, so special, so loved. I see my reflection in each of you. I see my habits, my mannerisms; I see my quirks and expressions. I see my good; and my bad. I see myself reflected by you.
A while ago I wrote a post that touched on identity as a mother. I found myself re-imagining my previous, career oriented, roles around my current role as a stay at home mum. Then I was: a designer, an engineer, a manager, a negotiator, a mentor, a teacher – successful. Now I am: a …
I am absolutely thrilled to be hosting today’s stop on the Story of Mum: mums making an exhibition of ourselves tour. I first ‘met’ the wonderful Pippa of Story of Mum back in December last year. Thousands of miles away from home, I found myself joining a Make Date and making an angel, while chatting …
I should have gone back to work yesterday.
Last weeks post was very current, this week I want to go back a bit and remember a very special, rather unexpected moment.
When I first joined twitter last year I was a little skeptical. My husband’s main comment when he sees me checking in is still ‘so, what’s everyone had for lunch…’.
I take my little girl to a music class on a Wednesday morning.