Being Wifekins

Mental Health is Important and So Are You

Last week, I went to therapy. I've spoken about this before, I know. But mental health is important, so I'm going to talk about it some more. I started going to therapy because I'm an anxious wreck most of the time. When I started, I thought most of my issues were situational. For example, my… Continue reading Mental Health is Important and So Are You

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Motherhood

Don’t Wish Away Baby Days

I'm going to miss this. Stretchy singlets and press-stud suits. Tiny socks and fiddley nappies. I'm going to miss that loud cry. The giant gulps when suckling. The random coo's and grunts. I will miss a newborn's scent. Their soft, supple skin. The waving of arms and stretching of limbs. I might miss the endless… Continue reading Don’t Wish Away Baby Days

Motherhood, Reationships Are Tricky

Parenting ADHD and ODD: what I want you to know about our life at home

Today I spent fourty-five minuts enforcing a 'five-minute' time-out. Today I had children screaming through my house, running as fast as they could, dodging parents in an act of defiance. Today I had to warn my child that if they attempted to hurt me again, they would be taken to the police station. Today was… Continue reading Parenting ADHD and ODD: what I want you to know about our life at home

Being Wifekins

New Years Resolutions (the things I may or may not do in 2018)

It’s 2018! I generally love a new year. Clean slate, new me, all those clichés apply here. Though, this year I’m not feeling it so much. Last year was one of the most eventful periods I have ever experienced. I’m still exhausted from it all. Here’s a short recap of 2017: I worked through two… Continue reading New Years Resolutions (the things I may or may not do in 2018)

Motherhood, Stay At Home Mum Life

Why I’m Not Sending My Child to School Next Year

It's the end of the year, and all are weary. My heart is heavy, wrapping up the school term, as we have an announcement to make. A hard announcement. A life-changing announcement (well, for us anyway). We are picking up our lives, shaking them until we find ourselves somewhere completely different. We're changing the way… Continue reading Why I’m Not Sending My Child to School Next Year

Reationships Are Tricky

I Told My Husband to Go Flirt with Another Woman

This is the story of the greatest tantrum I have ever thrown. Yes, I am a twenty-seven-year-old woman. It was the day we returned from Perth; one of the longest days in history, second only to the day we left. We had suffered through an hour and a half delay at the departure gate. We… Continue reading I Told My Husband to Go Flirt with Another Woman

Being Wifekins

Travel with Kids: a survival guide

In two days, we are taking our four children on a grand adventure (read: horror story). In the early hours of Tuesday morning, we will be boarding a flight that will take us across the country to Perth, where we will be staying for a week.. Four hours on a plane with four children. That's… Continue reading Travel with Kids: a survival guide

Reationships Are Tricky

Part Three: Roses in her Garden (remembering my grandmother)

Her house smelled of roast dinners. Every time I cook pork or stew apples, I’m taken back twenty years: running around the farm with my cousins while waiting to eat. There were always the old, colourful building blocks out in the lounge room to play with. We would strive to build the biggest pyramid. I… Continue reading Part Three: Roses in her Garden (remembering my grandmother)