Tag Archives: single mother by choice

Is it too easy to click next?

This week I have had no less than three conversations {I say no less, because I’m also having a fourth via email} about the huge decision to, and path of, becoming a mumma on your own. Not vague, passing comment … Continue reading

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Flat Out Friday

I am very lucky that I work a nine day fortnight. This gives me one day each fortnight to get stuff done. Stuff like going to the supermarket without a helper, cleaning the floors at home {hey, the whole house … Continue reading

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Broken

At some point this weekend, I felt like I was on one of those awful tabloid, sensationalist television programs. You know the ones that show the parent of the child who is utterly out of control? The child who you … Continue reading

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Dear Tuesday

I’m not even joking when I write any of this. I’m sitting on the couch having a Pinot. I know it’s only Tuesday, but I’m blaming Tuesday for it. It started off pretty well … but then I got out of … Continue reading

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The quintessential fantasy fireman

A little heart starter for your Monday. Between the face plant and hospital, we just happened to bump into a truck full of firemen. For reals. Yes, yes, I know! And no, I didn’t chase it down. We’d stopped so I … Continue reading

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One of the worst things you can say to your preschooler

I read an article in the past couple of weeks {which I can’t find now to reference} that listed the top worst things you can say to your small child. One of them was hurry up. Dear person who wrote the … Continue reading

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How’s you?

Today is R U OK? day in Australia. The R U OK? Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation asks Australia to be even better mates to end suicide. There are almost 2,500 suicides in Australia each year. We have one of the highest rates of … Continue reading

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