As I’m writing this, I’m currently sat on an EasyJet flight on my own with…No Children.
Its something that is completely new to me, not once in the last 12 years have I flown on my own or even been away without having at least one child with me.
From Monday 22nd until Sunday 28th January it is Cervical Cancer Awareness Week and the theme for prevention week 2018 is “Reduce your risk”.
Having a big family is amazing, watching the boys play and interact with each other completely melts my heart.
I love watching them grow and show their personalities but being a parent can sometimes be so bloody hard.
Motherhood in general I find to be a juggling act if I’m not running around in the morning getting the 5 boys ready to do the school run im running on the school run paired with that and the many to do’s on my long list of things that need to be done, im totally just winging it.
Being a mum….when I only had the two boys Josh and Owain I constantly got asked when we were going to try for another, when we felt we were ready and wanted to extend our family and have a third that’s when people started with “I hope it’s a girl”.
Every year on the lead up to Christmas myself and Paul struggle with what to get the boys for what we consider to be ‘a magical day’. We often lose sight on how much we are spending and stress trying to make sure
I’ve been wanting to write about our routine for a while now as I’m constantly asked how I manage with 5 boys, and honestly I don’t know. There is no magic solution to deal with