There are many unexpected twists and turns that are bound to happen to add to the stress. When it comes to moving home, having children can easily add to the pressure and it means you need a plan! Here are my tips to help aid the process.
Organise a council pick up
Get rid of everything before you move, use the three pile rule
Everything that is rubbish can go on the council pile, donate anything that you can’t use but is too good to throw out and sell anything that you can, the extra money will come in handy.
One day a woman gave up her lucrative career that she loved, worked hard for and excelled at as well as earning millions to be with the man that she loves.
She made the decision, which I am positive was extremely emotional, to pack up her entire life, kiss her loved ones good bye and moved to an entirely different country to be with the man she loves.
She said goodbye to her single mother who raised her on her own and life as she knew it to be with the man she loves.
She gave up any ounce of privacy she had once enjoyed and took on the role gracefully and without hesitation to be with the man she loves.
Sibling rivalry is a killer, the middle two especially just do not stop fighting…..ever!
I was an only child so didn’t really get the memo that kids, especially siblings, really can be vicious little wolves that hunt in packs, snarling and showing their teeth with the hair in the back of their necks prickling up as they circle their prey….
Looking back on this photo brought back so many memories of those first few months as a mother, the fear, the love and the excruciating pain I went through every single feed.
I was told breastfeeding was going to be the most natural thing a mother could do for her baby.
It did not come naturally to me.