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But how did her baby get into her tummy?

Ah. We have reached a developmental threshold. I thought we’d hit it before Christmas when my daughter said, ‘You know I was in mummy’s tummy? Well how did I get out?’ but that was only the mechanics of birth (and she didn’t believe me that mummy pushed her out her noo-noo). 899 more words


Hunkydory - Midnight Silhouettes Space Adventures Glistening Gold Flying

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Hunkydory – Midnight Silhouettes Luxury Card collection Space Adventures – Glistening Gold

7×7  white card blank

Hunkydory – Gold Mirri

Hunkydory – Essential Book of Sentiments… 13 more words

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The sound of little footsteps or impending doom?!

I started writing this post back in 2017 and never really got to finish. I was writing my thoughts on becoming a father for the first time and the sudden change and challenges that I may be faced with… so now that I am a father (of a very cheeky 18 month old little girl) I’ll now share my thoughts on how to deal with the changes that are now a part of life. 1,669 more words


The Loss of My Father: Learning to Love A Flawed Man

This week I put the sassiness and swearing aside to share something a little more personal. If you have ever loved someone experiencing addiction and mental health challenges I hope you too can find some light in all the darkness. 1,085 more words

Anniversary Post: 7th Year

I wanna start this off by saying Happy Anniversary to Tita and Tito!

Saturday wasn’t like any other ordinary day because I got to spend it with my boyfriend’s family. 307 more words


An Irishman and St Patrick's Day

Captain’s Log. March 17, 2019. 10:41 PM. Family Domicile. Seventy seventh entry.

St. Patrick’s Day. A day to celebrate all things Irish, to enjoy a meal of corned beef, cabbage and potatoes, and to imbibe in the more lovely beverages that Ireland has to offer. 408 more words

Dad Life

About My Dad

As a young girl, I spent time watching my dad putter around cars. From his youth, he was fascinated with vehicles of every kind, so it’s not surprising that he became a mechanic. 540 more words