What I Wish I’d Known About Two: It’s morphin’ time

Today I'm excited to feature one of my besties, Emily from The Wiener Takes It All. Em writes like I wish I could, and compounds this brilliance by being one of my favourite people ever in real life.  I asked Emily to write about what it's like to be one half of an awesome twosome. If the … Continue reading What I Wish I’d Known About Two: It’s morphin’ time

What I Wish I’d Known About Two: We’re going to need a bigger boat

Today's post is from James, a father of three-almost-four who writes (wonderfully) at Things My Children Said. Go and read it! But read this first, because it's brilliant. We're Going To Need A Bigger Boat...A couple of years back, I started a parenting blog. If I’m being honest, it was established purely as a vanity press, … Continue reading What I Wish I’d Known About Two: We’re going to need a bigger boat

What I Wish I’d Known About Two: How it’s done

I haven't the words. I haven't the words for what two babies feels like so far. I try, and my brain reaches back for more chocolate ice cream, baby smell and fumbly emotional seesawing. Thank goodness for talented people who can express it for me.  It might be crazy hormonal milk-arrival-day talking, but this post … Continue reading What I Wish I’d Known About Two: How it’s done

What do you wish you’d known about two?

It might be the giant angry beach ball on my front talking, but - man, 34 weeks feels rough this time. Urgh, the heaviness of it. And the achy unhinging of my pelvic bones whenever I have to rush around, which - given the existence of Master Dangermouse over here - happens far too many … Continue reading What do you wish you’d known about two?