Apparently I’m married. I am a mother of three little women under three, and as wonderful as it is, right now it doesn’t feel much more than that. My morning begins nursing a six month old infant, followed by entertaining two toddlers, wiping bums, changing nappies, preparing meals, cleaning up after meals, cleaning a home,… Continue reading I’m Married?
The furore from packing up a home in the UK and bringing the twins out to Sydney, Australia to ‘settle’ into a new life here is slowly beginning to calm. I still can’t believe I have now been in Sydney for six months and I am only now finding it in me to jump start… Continue reading Settling In Sydney
Moving to Sydney at 34 weeks pregnant with our little Cassie must have seemed to everyone else as completely crazy. It wasn’t without its comments from people confirming so. I wondered what it would be like to have a baby in a ‘foreign’ country. I was used to amazing prenatal care from the NHS and… Continue reading A New Bub Abroad
In this love story it starts with a girl, meeting a wonderful new country, falling in love… Oh, and having a baby (literally)… Everything at surface level seems wonderful, but is it really? Yes, it actually is wonderful, but unfortunately it comes with a cost. Yes, throughout my mere two and a half weeks living… Continue reading Girl Meets Sydney
I have battled Postnatal Depression, I have sat through gruelling job interviews, I have challenged myself beyond my limits… UNTIL I had to fly long haul from Dublin, Ireland to Sydney, Australia at 34weeks pregnant with a set of twins under the age of two. …What did I do in my past life that was… Continue reading Flyin Long Haul With Twins/Toddlers
This morning I woke up for the very last time in a house that holds so many remarkable memories. My life has been packed and compartmentalised into five suitcases and four cardboard boxes. The house sits empty, I’m eating off a plastic Peppa Pig plate and I hope I have remembered to leave out clean… Continue reading ‘Changing Skies’
Recently I stumbled upon these words and they jumped out at me. I couldn’t agree any more. Those words are my current state of mind… Last Monday morning my husband Paddy left for Sydney, Australia. He went to start over in a new job with lots of change and lots of potential. In one month I will… Continue reading “If it’s both terrifying and amazing then you should definitely pursue it.” -Erada