Whilst I take a little blog break I thought it would be nice to continue my series sharing the blog love, and have scheduled guest posts for you from some of my favourite bloggers. Hope you enjoy them 🙂
brummymummyof2 is a blog highlighting the ups, and moaning quite a lot about the downs, of raising two small children.
Tell us three goals you’d like to tick off your bucket list before your next big birthday
I will be 40 in three years (VOM) and I am quite a simple person so I don’t really have a bucket list! I tend to grab life where I can, so most of my bucket list has been done. However the summer before I turn the big 4.0 I will be going to Florida with the whole family and hopefully have a holiday of a lifetime. For me? Disney is the happiest place on earth and I can’t wait to be there with all the people I love.
Tell us your ultimate three course meal
My DREAM three course meal would be for starter a lovely bog standard prawn cocktail. Followed swiftly by an equally bog standard fish and chips. Topped of with Apple Caramel Pie. So that’s fish and fish with stodge. I am proper classy me.
Who was your first crush?
Matt (be still my beating heart) Goss. I met him the year I got married when my husband and I went to Vegas pre-children. I yelped. The Americans thought I was mad. He smelt divine and had more mascara on than me. I told him “you have made a 9 year old me very very very happy”. He loved it!
Tell us about your three favourite posts
But the one I am most proud of was one I issued about bottle feeding that I was a bit worried about – The Don’t Beat Yourself Up Guide to Bottle Feeding
About Brummy Mummy of 2
My name is Emma (I like Em) and I live in Birmingham. I’m cough 37 cough. I have two children. A crazy four year old girl and a beautiful two year old boy. I also live with my husband Stephen and dopey dog Lucy. I work part time as a teacher in a secondary school (which I love) and the rest of the time I look after the kiddos.
I started this blog in December 2013 as I was going utterly brain dead looking after children all day and not having any responsibility at work anymore (I was head of my department). I like to use my little space on the internet to document the highs of being a Mum (for example adventures and cheesy stuff like love) but also a lot of the time I moan about the lows (tantrums, being a crap wife and struggling with every day issues).
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