Looking after yourself through pregnancy

Miracle months

This post is written by Libby Nuttall from Miracle Months When I was pregnant with my first son. Whoah! Morning sickness hit me like a tonne of bricks. Exercise quickly fell by the wayside. I then won a scholarship to travel around the UK for a month. Not a bit of exercise to be seen there either. By the time … Read More

Being sick with kids SUCKS

sick and tired

Right now I’m battling one hell of a sore throat and snuffly nose. Sounds like nothing a ‘normal’ person couldn’t handle, right? But I’m here to tell you I’m no normal person. You see, I am a person, for whom three little, one big and one hairy creature, relies on. The hairy one being the dog, if you might’ve needed … Read More

Am I too REAL for you?


I met up with some friends in the park this morning and the conversation turned to my videos. One of my friends said that she had showed another friend my video blogs and that friend’s reaction was concern. Concern for my wellbeing. Luckily my friend assured her friend that I am totally, 100% fine (hopefully she believed her!!) but it … Read More

Not everyone wants or needs a weekend off

keeping it real

I recently read an article on a popular women’s website. I won’t name any names, but let’s just say it starts with mama and ends with mia. Subtle, huh? The article was entitled “Model Rachel Finch has every mother’s dream childcare arrangements.” I stupidly clicked. Which I know is exactly what they wanted me to do and I hate myself … Read More

Winter warming beef barley broth!


I made this yummy soup for the family last night and to my absolute shock, everyone ate it! Even the fussy one!!!!!!!! That’s a total win in my book and one that I had to share with you. Plus who doesn’t need a delicious, easy go-to recipe for the cooler months? So without anymore blabbing on, here it is! I … Read More

13 reasons I LOVE raising boys!


I’ve been a mum of boys for over 5 years now. It’s not something I ever imagined. Like, when I was a kid I never thought “when I grow up I’m going to have three sons.” I have never been very sporty (uncoordinated is a fairer term), I only began to follow footy when I met my husband, I like … Read More