Happy December everyone. We have finally entered the last month of the year and not it is officially okay to talk about Christmas and listen to Christmas songs. Tomorrow the tree will go up while hubby is taking the kids to swimming. All the decorations have to come down from the attic. The fun. Featuring in my parenting blogger series to day is Jenna who blogs at Then There Were 3.
It’s Black Friday everyone. Don’t go too mad on the online shopping. Thankfully I have everything bought for Christmas already. It means saving is going to happen in this house. If you like reading about parenting blogger’s daily life, then you will like this post. I started this series just over a year ago and still have some bloggers who like to take part. If you haven’t taken part yet, you more than welcome to. Today I have Helen joining me who blogs at Welsh Mum Writing.
It has been a while since I had a candidate for my blog series “A day in a parenting blogger’s life”. I love reading other mums/dad’s routines and was delighted to receive another entry recently. If you haven’t taken part in my series already, then don’t be shy and drop me a quick email and I will send you some information on it.
Where has the summer gone? For everyone on the summer holiday it must be frustrating looking out the window and see either dark clouds or rain. This morning it is no difference here. I wonder if this is the end of the summer.
My blog series continues with Emma from Wanderlust and Wet Wipes who is going to tell us what a day in her life is like.
Who else is looking forward to the weekend as much as me? It is actually a bank holiday in Ireland which means we are getting an extra day off. I didn’t want to spend that time in Naas so we booked a night away in Wexford and have planned a few sights to see.
Morning you lovely lot. It has definitely cooled down this morning and the jacket needed to come out again. It doesn’t look too promising for the upcoming weekend either. We planned to explore another local farm but we may have to postpone and do something else.
This week I have Jules joining me who blogs at Pondering Parenthood.