On Mummy Blogging

It’s been a busy few days here in being a mummy towers, St Albans. What with the constant moaning from baby, a potent combination of heat and teething (OMG I hope its not chicken pox) and the steady need to tidy the house.
However, at the weekend, we took a trip into London, driving of course, to see The Sound of Music. It was great, although strangely shocking to see Nazi’s and their flags in real life. It was a day of experiences, the toilets in Liberty being one of them. More interstingly though, hubby nearly got run over by none other than the actor Rupert Everett cycling on the pavement- Citizens arrest! Hubby is particularly difficult to spot at 6 ft 4 inches tall. If only we had been quicker, we could have made the front page of the News of the World. Fame and fortune really would have come my way. That leads me to The Telegraph on Saturday where there was a news article about mummy bloggers, well; I can only say that I have never heard of any of those mentioned. So, in my mind it seems that these so called popular mummy bloggers, some with readerships remarkably similar to this blog must have friends or relations that work at The Telegraph. Not that i’m bitter or anyfink!
So, back to proper mummy blogging, perhaps I’ll get a book deal. My quest for boys shorts size 12- 18 months, or even 18- 24 months continues. Having found that this is a remarkably popular size and that they have sold out everywhere, i’m tempted to make some. All I want is a little red pair, not to short. I don’t want him looking like the English version of Kurt from the Sound of Music, nor do I want to be able to use them as part of a little Santa outfit. Scrub that last one, I guess that would be the ultimate in useful eco-friendly clothing terms ….


4 Responses

  1. Hannah 12th May 2008 / 5:36 pm

    I&#39;d not heard of any of the mummy bloggers in the Telegraph before either….<br><br>I hope you can find the shorts soon, I&#39;m fairly sure there were some in our local M&amp;S here, have you tried there? (I&#39;m guessing you have, but it was worth a try)

  2. Emma in Canada 16th May 2008 / 3:06 am

    Do you have Old Navy over there yet? I think red is one of their signature colours.

  3. Jayne Tingay 4th September 2008 / 1:01 pm

    Im a mummy blogger here . I haven&#39;t read many papers as most are full of rubbish and thing i dont want to know about. But being a mummy blogger is great make new friends and make money online i did . My son is 2 years old now and i glad i started my maternity business http://www.motherwearclothing.co.uk and sell childrens wear as well as wholesale to customers .Ebayers welcome

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