I’ve thought about writing this post for a while and have been putting it off and off because sometimes writing is therapeutic and sometimes it exacerbates whatever I’m feeling. If you follow me over on insta or have read any other blog posts regarding mental health you’d be aware that I struggle with PTSD following … Continue reading My Coping Mechanisms for Anxiety – COVID-19
My Second week of #Veganuary
My second week of Veganuary.
My first week of #Veganuary2020
My first week of Veganuary.
2020 – Hopes and Growth
As I sit here typing this blog post away I can’t help but feel warmly content with my little family. After a delicious tea, Alden is reading his space stories over by his rocket den, it’s cosy, calm and quiet. There has been so much struggle in the last half of 2019 but I surprise … Continue reading 2020 – Hopes and Growth
2019 recap – what a year!
How quickly did 2019 go?! Especially December I feel like I’ve blinked and missed it! So much has happened to us this year - the good the bad and the struggle is pretty much how i’d describe this year! It all started as a rush of excitement. I was following my dreams of opening my … Continue reading 2019 recap – what a year!
Breakfast with Santa – Dobbies Ponteland
We’ve been looking forward to this event since we booked it. Alden asking every morning when he opens his eyes, ‘are we going breakfast with Santy and Emily?’ You can imagine how his face lit up when it was THEE actual day. Unfortunately the day before dude was poorly. Going off topic, Wednesdays are the … Continue reading Breakfast with Santa – Dobbies Ponteland
Quick fix – biscuit recipe
I’m a toddler Mammy as you may already know if you follow our blog, if not Hello, I’m Alden’s Mammy a.k.a Sharna Leanne! & this is my go to recipe for throwing in my ninja food processor speed mixing and sticking in the oven - it’s quick when you need a sweet fix and I … Continue reading Quick fix – biscuit recipe
Enough of Enough?!
I think about this a bloody lot, have I done enough? Being a mother, it is a ca-jillion times worse, persistently thinking have I done enough? It can cover a broad range being a mammy - have spent enough time with my children? Did I read enough bedtimes stories? Have I made enough homemade nutrient … Continue reading Enough of Enough?!