Most of the mums this Mother’s Day will be exhausted. Having just finished, or at least approaching the end of another long period of home-schooling, characterised by a bigger juggle than normal.
For the one who was pregnant for nine whole months in her womb. For the one who spent the night with you while you were reading to pass your exams. For the one who, no matter how old you are, will always remind you that breakfast is the most important meal of your day.
There’s no motherhood manual. Maybe you learn what you think you should do from watching others, from the way your were parented by your own mother, or other mother figure. Maybe you read books, or watch Supernanny even. I once knew someone who read Gina Ford and became an instant expert on all things baby – for about five minutes of motherhood.
Mother’s Day in the UK is fast approaching. Not always an easy day for many people, but if you are looking for something to buy for your mum, or a mother figure in your life, or equally, if you are looking to drop some hints on things for yourself, take a look at what ASDA Photo have.
When entering the world of parenthood, your world changes completely. Some, parents choose to become stay-at-home parents, some try to work from home and stay with their children and others head back into the world of work.
Each ‘option’ comes with its highs and lows, positives and negatives.
This is your chance to win a £25 gift voucher to spend at Jasmine Harper to celebrate Mother’s Day. What will you be doing this year?
This year I have a lovely Mother’s Day competition for you. Mummy Fever readers can win a set of two gorgeous books which are ideal reads with your little ones this Mother’s Day. We have two sets of these to giveaway.
Mother’s Day is fast approaching again. Have you got your gifts and cards organised? Personally I think the best Mother’s Day gifts are free – I’d be happy with half an hour to lie in the bath to be honest, or just a cuddle and a movie night with my favourite little people. If you […]