How to dress a Twoublemaker.
Exam season is upon us again.
It seems to come around faster and faster each year, doesn’t it?
If your little darlings are about to do their Junior or Leaving …
N – NAPPIES – sometimes do not do what they say on the tin. Babies like to wait for a nice clean on before they work their poonami. Also, …
A – Z of Mammyhood
A – AIM. Think of the Aims and ideals you have for the perfect rearing of your little cherub, and then lower them. considerably.
I had a conversation last week with my friend who had her first baby at Christmas. He’s gorgeous and while he slept snuggled on top of me, I had to …
“Where do you find the time?”
“How can you be bothered?”
“It can’t be worth that much work?”
I’ve been on stage my whole life, first as an Irish …
I wrote this 3 years ago.
Unfortunately, it seems to be an issue that is never going to go away.
“Symbols are simple. The reason we use symbols is to …
Oh how I do love being at home with my girlies.
Oh how I so looked forward to the Christmas holidays.
Oh how wonderful the 2 weeks away from the …
I LOVE it! I love everything about it. I love the sparkle, the sounds, the smells, the smiles. I love the kindness. I love how it brings out the …
I watched The Apprentice this week and was reminded of this piece from last year.
Turns out that one year on, not only is Mini-Me still the same, but Princess …
A few weeks ago, Donegal Woman columnists, Maria Rushe (The S-Mum) and her husband Emmet (of Rushe Fitness) decided to run a Christmas fundraiser.
The Jack and Jill Foundation and …
“Surviving Christmas,” “Christmas Survival Tips for the Working Mum”, “How to Survive Christmas”…
I googled these last night.
Some of the “advice” online is nothing short of HILARIOUS. …
A letter to the Mammy I watched last week.
Last week, I found myself staring at you.
I couldn’t take my eyes off you.
You were dealing with your little …
I have had a genius idea.
My Princess LOVES Peppa Pork. She loves that fat little pink Piggy to the point that it is becoming quite the obsession. Peppa, …
After the initial business of arriving home with a new Baby, comes a quiet and calm, that can be lovely and much needed.
However, a few weeks or months, or …
It seems that last week’s column struck a chord with many of you Glammy Mammies, so the second piece of this might also resonate. If you think that the public …
Rational thinking goes out the window the second a pregnancy test indicates a positive result.
Logic goes with it.
They are replaced by panic and worry and fear.
“Your daughter is beautiful.” Aw she is, isn’t she? Thank you.
“I love her coat.” I know, isn’t it gorgeous?
“Your son is so funny.” Yeah, he cracks me up.
Mini-Me is going through a phase of bad-eating. She’d happily live on pancakes and yoghurt at the minute. I’m blaming the summer holidays and the general lack of routine, but …
It’s here. And with summer, comes school holidays: when routine goes out the window, the fridge seems to have permanent bums waggling out of it, and we find ourselves …