MAMA NEEDS A BREAK – VLOGMAS DAY 3: Teary moments, swimming lessons and Christmas fairs. I am trying to keep my vlogmas videos as honest and true to life as they come. I had a bit of a cry in this video, but I can say that, tonight, I feel much better. And hopefully by the time you watch this in the morning, I will be feeling even more perky! xx
“The days are long, but the years are short.”
So I capture what I can.
FIND ME –
Blog – http://www.writelikenooneswatching.com
Twitter – http://twitter.com/charltaylor
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/WriteLikeNoOnesWatching/
Pinterest – http://www.pinterest.com/charltaylor/
Instagram – http://instagram.com/charltaylor
Snapchat – @charlottewilbo
Find out more about me (if you REALLY want to):
About Me – http://www.writelikenooneswatching.com/p/about-me.html
Beauty – http://www.writelikenooneswatching.com/search/label/Beauty%20and%20Pretty%20Things
Recipes – http://www.writelikenooneswatching.com/search/label/charlotte%20cooks
Home – http://www.writelikenooneswatching.com/search/label/Our%20Place
Pregnancy – http://www.writelikenooneswatching.com/search/label/pregnancy%20diary
Birth Story – http://www.writelikenooneswatching.com/2012/06/my-labour-birth-story.html
Weight Loss – http://www.writelikenooneswatching.com/search/label/Weight%20Loss
I’m Charlotte and I am one of those mums just trying to make it all work, if you know what I mean.
I’m 28, love carbs, rubbish 90’s music, Prosecco and baths without finding a bath toy stuck under my bum.
I have a little boy called Bill (born June 2012) and a little girl called Daisy (born April 2016).
I work full-time (which is bloomin’ tiring sometimes) but I’m on maternity leave at the moment (hurrah). And I also blog and make these videos for fun, because I daren’t leave my memories to chance. I want to capture what I can.
I’m also part of Channel Mum – which is really worth checking out if you’re a mama like me and want to find videos to make you laugh, cry, nod, get advice, and want to eat food (there’s some great recipe videos). https://www.youtube.com/user/channelmum
I was a single mum, just me and Bill. But then I had a bit of a fairytale moment when I met Mark (he’s a bit lovely) and things are better than I could have hoped for now. Daisy was born with Stickler Syndrome, and a cleft palate like me. Her start has been rocky but she’ll be fine. She’s got a family who adore her after all.
I know that all mums are different in their own way, but I hope you enjoy seeing snippets of my life, all the same.
Music sometimes from:
Charlotte Louise Taylor