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Monthly Archive: July 2012

Jul 26

Ermahgerd, jurst ermahgerd

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Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’re probably aware of the Ermahgerd girl. I find all the memes hilarious, but can’t help wondering how she feels about her photo being plastered all over the internet.  Like her, I was pretty dorky looking when I was younger, but grew up to be so freaking gorgeous …

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Jul 23

Fart Games

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Back in the mists of time, when the love between Mr Wub Boo and I was blossoming, a dreadful thing happened. We were still at that loved-up stage in our relationship where bodily functions only happened to other people. So you can imagine my surprise when I was rudely awoken by the duvet being placed …

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Jul 21

Karma bit me on the bum

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I posted this status on Facebook yesterday…   In my defence I’d spent the previous day taking my son for scans and x-rays, then had a rough rest of the day with both kids, before having to share my bed with Master 4 who was unwell and in pain.  His wriggling, crying, pulling the covers …

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Jul 10

I’m the driver because I’ve got the helmet

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f you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you’ll know that I love creating play spaces for my kids out of everyday objects.  Their kitchen was made out of an old entertainment unit – it’s not a really flash one like some of the ones you see out there, but my kids love it and that’s …

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Jul 04

They searched WHAT??

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It’s time for another thrilling instalment of “They searched WHAT?”  – search terms that led people to my blog.  A whopping number of people found my site searching for porn or pron, an achievement I am immensely proud of, although I’m slightly disturbed at the same time.  I do have to wonder about the person who stumbled …

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Jul 02

Parenting the Vintage Advert Way

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When you become a parent everyone loves to give you advice, particularly the older generation. Back in their day babies were placid little creatures who slept through the night from early on…                           Children were seen and not heard, generally because they were …

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