I am pretty sure the Bank Of England and the current incumbents in parliament could be doing with some old fashioned maths lessons, but this is not a political rant, it’s Sat Cap, so give it your best go…. Then mosey on over to Mammasaurus and see what inspires you from other bloggers! Have a […]READ MORE
Welcome to my Friday’s Rants from the Soap Box in my Living Room. A small space in the week where I can have a chunter about things that have made me twitch with annoyance or made me question if the world has gone mad or not…. I also linked up with MummyBarrow for her Ranty Friday. You can […]READ MORE
It’s funny and it hadn’t dawned on my before, but I am noticing a pattern, in our tiredness levels, the general outlook and attitude and length of temper as the week moves on. Monday morning, we are all keen for school and nursery, and I look forward to the week, at work, because usually, I […]READ MORE
I had to go and get Small Boy some new gloves, at the end of last week, and as it has got really cold here, and I have been so sick with flu, I thought I had better get myself a nice, warm, woolly hat to keep my head warm, and protected. I found this […]READ MORE
He will probably be a little bit cross and embarrassed at my singing his praises on the blog and making a fuss, but because my Dad (AKA Granddad) is heading off on his travels this week, and will be away for a stretch of time, I thought I would write him a little post all […]READ MORE
I am very excited about Christmas this year, and all the trimmings and festivities, despite the fact that Granddad (aka my Dad) is going to be away for the first time at Christmas in a long time) I have downloaded Christmassy songs, got my Christmas candle all set up, and our Christmas tree will be […]READ MORE
So, she may look all cute and fluffy, but this cat is a grumpy one, and she is very possessive of her favourite duck toy, which Small Boy likes to hide from her. It vibrates, which alarms her, but she loves to carry it about in her mouth, and hide it, usually in our bed, […]READ MORE
*Warning: this post contains possible trigger subjects and contains material which may be sensitive* So, last Sunday, a large section of the M42 in the Midlands was closed, by the police, which caused long delays and tailbacks of traffic, and a lot of chaos. The reason it was closed, was because a man was on one […]READ MORE
- Nickelodeon Fun at Intu Lakeside
- I am your friend – a book of hope.
- Spotty’s Sunday – keeping your leopard gecko happy
- Working mum life and being organized.
- Things that have made me happy this week.
- Knitting soothes my soul and keeps my hands busy
- A night in with Popcorn Shed & Valentine’s Day.
- Let them play. Play is important in childhood.
- Help ease sore throats. Easy honey lemon tea for kids.
- My Valentine’s Day Plans with Pati & Coco
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- Food is life
- Friday's Rants from The Soap Box
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- I am not just "mum"
- Life with food allergies
- Meal Plan Monday
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- My style and things I love
- On your bike
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- Sensory Processing Disorder
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Welcome to Cats, Kids, Chaos. We started over 9 years ago, originally as The Mad House of Cats & Babies, in a blur of sleep deprivation. We share family life as we live and see it, and try to keep it real. I write about food allergies, homeschooling, parenting a teenager, product reviews and everything in between. The odd cat post may feauture too. Welcome to the chaos, grab a cup of coffee and join us!