As much as I’d love a surprise spa break, I’m not really expecting anything on Mother’s Day. I’m not one for posh jewellery or grand gestures because it’s actually the small things that make me happy these days. I asked some lovely mums what’s top of their wish-list for Mother’s Day.
Sex! We’re all at it like rabbits aren’t we? There’s candles dotted around the bedroom, perfectly chilled Prosecco in our hands and we’re both ready for a long night of hot passionate sex. Or not. Let’s face it, we’ve got kids now. The days of steamy sex sessions are long gone and sex has unfortunately dropped to the lower end of the priority list.
With three children in every primary class now suffering with mental health, from anxiety and low-confidence to bullying and bereavement, lots of us are looking for answers. How do I help my child express his emotions and deal with failure?
I told myself I wasn’t going to start a blog. And here I am, starting a blog. Why? Because we all struggle sometimes, we all find this motherhood thing hard, we all need to vent. We’re riding this rollercoaster together, maybe at different times but we understand that sometimes it’s good to share the ups and downs.