On Tuesday afternoon we went to our first ever Frankentoy workshop at Re-Create Ireland’s HQ in Dublin and Aidan had a super time. So did I actually, I found it rather therapeutic. Continue reading
The last time I was at a rave was back in 2010 in the woods at Electric Picnic. I was 27-years-old, not married and child free. And to say I was slightly intoxicated would be the understatement of the century! Continue reading
The Dough Bros is a well known eatery for those already living in Galway but if you are planning a visit to the City of the Tribes anytime soon be sure to try it out. It is quite simply amazing. Continue reading
I will never turn my hand to beauty blogging, well, because I wouldn’t be very good at it. I own lots of make up but I’m no expert, I like a good shampoo and I like to keep gel nails on all the time but that’s as far as it goes for me. Continue reading
I’m a bit late in the day with this but I said I’d do a small post on Aidan and Sarah’s favourite books considering it’s World Book Day. Continue reading
I’m not a stereotypical girly girl but since having Sarah two years ago, I’ve become obsessed with clothes and shoes for her. Continue reading
So today my fabulous friend and mammy of three boys Pamela, of Pamela Matthews Hair and Make Up shares her tips for a quick make up look for getting out in the morning with the kids. Time is always of the essence in the morning, whether you’re just doing the school run, dashing out to work or both.
Happy reading all (x R)
Being a mammy means we often don’t have the time (or the energy!) to spend hours perfecting our make up. If you are anything like me, it’s usually a quick dash of foundation before running out the door to do the school run!
With this in mind, I have picked my favourite budget friendly products, so you can still look stylish while on the run. Two tops tips I have are: Brows – this will add height to your arch and detract from tired eyes and a nude eyeliner on the waterline will brighten up your eyes to ensure you look fresh and awake, perfect for the morning after a sleepless night!
Cambrils Park in Spain’s Costa Dorada; a Mecca for families during the summer months. We learned of the resort through a friend after I mentioned wanting to take our first ever holiday abroad this summer. That was in June 2015 and I was warned to book it immediately or otherwise I didn’t stand a chance of getting in to the holy resort. Yes, a full year in advance! Continue reading
Maternity hospitals and units in Ireland have hit the headlines for all the wrong reason of late. And rightly so. What some parents had to endure is unspeakable and I can’t begin to imagine their grief and their anger. So many families have been affected by adverse outcomes in our maternity services over the past number of years. I am not one of them. Thankfully. It’s all thanks to The Coombe. Continue reading
I hate doing the weekly shop. A lot of parents use the trip to the supermarket as a break but not me. I usually bring Sarah with me as she’ll just sit in the trolley and the picking the stuff off the shelves is the easy part. Continue reading