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It's not that I'm not thankful for time with my boys or thankful for a change in the everyday sort of routine. It's more to do with a reality where my bills aren't automatically paid and our house isn't magically cleaned and run.

The lead up to Christmas was mad, frantic and chaotic and the days over Christmas itself where we got to spend down time as a family and not worry about routine and jobs we're of course the best. Getting to just 'be' as a family is what it's about really. Those are the good days.

But those days need to be worked for and soon the dirty washing starts to pile up, the deadlines start to loom and the kids start getting a bit bored. The lack of routine soon starts to become altogether a bit less fun.

At 18 months, Logan is such a fan of bath time - it's a time of day when he probably is most happiest, he doesn't seem to mind t...
Parenting. The learning never seems to stop and I'm told it never will. The smallest decisions that you make can seem to impact wh...
So far - we're not the type of parents who have really tried to enforce a routine with Ethan.  To be honest, I just had no idea...