Finding ourselves in tune

I seem to have spent a lot of time this year well, navel gazing really. For some this may seem indulgent or egotistical, but, it's just where I am, mentally. I won't apologise for it. It is what it is. I have often felt out of place, out of sync, out of myself. Unsure about … Continue reading Finding ourselves in tune

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Ghosts in the House.

Do all mothers have this feeling when the house is empty? Mister is away and girl-child is at her Grandad's and I have this empty house and all these hours. I knew it was coming and I'd thought of all the brilliant child-free things I was going to do: knitting, writing, cleaning, baking, studying, crafting, … Continue reading Ghosts in the House.

Coming clean.

I read a post this morning which inspired me to write this. Beth's honest post on why it's okay if you don't enjoy every minute of being a parent mainly focuses on the newborn phase, but I think it's still relevant in this toddler phase. Every stage of being a parent has it's challenges, at that moment … Continue reading Coming clean.

The Longest Journey

"… a mother's journey [is] a 'letting go' process. But in a sense, she never really let's go, and can never quite return to the woman she was. Once she opens herself to her child, something within her stays open. She has changed profoundly and for her whole life." - Naomi Stadlen What Mothers Do

Lately…

Watching: Breaking Bad, Season Two. Why doesn't he just accept the help offered by the old grey matter friends. He thinks he's doing the right thing by his family but really they will be very very cross when they find out. Irritating but compulsive and darkly funny. Enjoying: Getting to bed at a reasonable hour and … Continue reading Lately…