Because you’re all busy and stuff and might have missed some of my wonderful posts, I’m doing the Not-weekly wrap up. And because I don’t feel like conforming, I’m doing my wrap up on a Thursday, and I’m doing more than a weeks worth. What a rebel.
Firstly, my blog has become bigger than the space I was trying to fit it into, so I’ve gone and got a brand new Wub Boo Mummy domain. Please note the new address www.wubboomummy.com
I’ve also finally got a Twitter account. I don’t know how long I’ve been trying to get onto the site, but hadn’t managed to until recently as it just wouldn’t load up. Coincidentally on the day I signed up there were numerous Facebook updates stating that Twitter was broken. You can follow me on Twitter @WubBooMummy
What I’ve written since my last Wrap-Up
This one is for all Mums out there suffering from Society-imposed Mummy guilt.
I got serious with my post Mums on the Front Line which gives a bit of insight into some of the dangerous situations Paramedics find themselves in.
Never fear, the funnies returned with my Easter post Possessed by the Sugar Demon which features a rather scary picture of my two year old daughter that could have come straight out of the Exorcist.
I also created another Brite book (my most popular so far) the Book of Excuses for Motorcyclists which is aimed at all motorcyclists who need an excuse for their stupidity or inability to win a race.
I shared the most amazing treat ever to use as bribery for good behaviour in the supermarket, and got called a genius by two people. They’re real people too – see the comments at the bottom of the post and click on their names to go to their blogs to prove to yourself that they are real.
And finally, I wrote How to Wash a Toddler’s Hair which has been my most popular post of all time.
Sadly, I haven’t managed to get all my super stats to transfer to the new website, so do feel free to check out all my posts again, and do the likey thingee to bring my stats back up again
I did get this lovely comment by Just Keep Swimming
“Between the idea to let her play in soapy water in the yard to clean herself and the cardboard boxes at the supermarket I’ve decided you are the MacGyver of moms. Nicely played!”
Unfortunately just before reading her comment, I had been looking at this, but I do appreciate the sentiment:
And finally, I shall end with some of the hilarious blogs I’ve been reading lately that have almost resulted in me busting the elastic in my knickers from laughing:
The Bloggess on CNN - Only she could bring up the zombie apocolypse, lady gardens and robot revolution during a serious interview on CNN about parenting and politics. Brilliant!
Review of my bidet - written by a man.