Mum of Three World

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About 'Mum of Three World' Channel

The small stuff of family life with three growing kids.

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The guinea pigs (snowballing)

[...] When I wrote this post, I was pretty sure we would be getting some guinea pigs, I just didn’t know when. My husband agreed to the guinea pigs on the understanding the kids [...]

Life with guinea pigs

[...] We’ve had our guinea pigs for a few weeks now. So how is it going? Very well, I would say! I am pleased with how the kids [...]

The Gallery: Animals

[...] give up and die. I couldn’t put myself or my babies through that. I’d never considered guinea pigs before, but suddenly they’re all I can think of. I’m fixated on them. I think they’re [...]

Project 365: Week 30

[...] for a summer day. Day 204 – Wednesday 23rd July – I managed to get close enough to the guinea pigs to take a photo! Day 205 – Thursday 24th July – we held the guinea pigs for the first [...]

Project 365: Weeks 27 & 28

[...] Project 365 with TheBoyandMe Pop over to see what others have been doing with their week. The post Project 365: Weeks 27 & 28 appeared first on Mum of Three World. [...]

Project 365: Week 29

[...] Project 365 with TheBoyandMe Pop over to see what others have been doing with their week. The post Project 365: Week 29 appeared first on Mum of Three World. [...]

Project 365: Week 31

[...] Project 365 with TheBoyandMe Pop over to see what others have been doing with their week. The post Project 365: Week 31 appeared first on Mum of Three World. [...]

Project 365: Weeks 32 & 33

[...] Project 365 with TheBoyandMe Pop over to see what others have been doing with their week. The post Project 365: Weeks 32 & 33 appeared first on Mum of Three World. [...]

Project 365: Week 34

[...] kids at home. My only company was this little one and her friend. Linking to Project 365 with TheBoyandMe Pop over to see what others have been doing with their week. The post Project 365: Week 34 [...]

Project 365: Week 35

[...] almost ticked the boxes. Shame there was only one pair in stock! Linking to Project 365 with TheBoyandMe Pop over to see what others have been doing with their week. The post Project 365: Week 35 [...]

Project 365: Week 36

[...] game of the under 11s season. Here’s my son’s team warming up. Linking to Project 365 with TheBoyandMe Pop over to see what others have been doing with their week. The post Project 365: Week 36 [...]

Project 365: Week 37

[...] four weeks until we get the results. Wake me up when it’s over. Linking to Project 365 with TheBoyandMe Pop over to see what others have been doing with their week. The post Project 365: Week 37 [...]

Grammar school entrance exam (hanging over us)

[...] ’s where we want him to be. Most importantly, that’s where he wants to be. The post Grammar school entrance exam (hanging over us) appeared first on Mum of Three World. [...]

What am I doing now?

[...] time that cooking almost seems pointless. Wondering: why they don’t hold the grammar school entrance exam in July rather than September, so families don’t have it hanging over them all [...]

The Gallery: Summer

[...] My younger son has done some football training, as well as a bit of work for his grammar school entrance exam in two weeks’ time. But, best of all, we’ve had a break from routine and [...]

Year 6

[...] rollercoaster. The year that starts with applying for secondary school and the grammar school entrance exam (well, for us anyway) and ends with SATs, the residential school trip and the emotion [...]

Summer Scout camp

[...] Well, summer Scout camp is over for another year. The next time the boy(s) go away for more than a couple of nights, it [...]

Project 365: Week 30

[...] – we held the guinea pigs for the first time! Day 206 – Friday 25th July – packing for Scout camp (again!). Day 207 – Saturday 26th July – the boys went on Scout camp for a whole week, [...]

The guinea pigs (snowballing)

[...] to the talk and then buy the guinea pigs after that? But then the boys would be off on Scout camp. It wouldn’t be fair to buy them before then. And we’ve got our holiday in August. We [...]

Project 365: Week 31

[...] bit strange with my eldest away and not being sure whether my younger son was coming home from Scout camp early, plus me trying to squeeze in work around the kids. Now my boys are home, I hope we can [...]

The new Scout

[...] big boys would be nice to him or if they would leave him out because he’s ‘only’ at primary school – and not even in his final year at primary school. But he had a brilliant time. There [...]

The Gallery: My view right now

[...] feature of the centre of our village – I remember learning about the red brick walls at primary school! (The school where my kids go now.) At the bottom of our garden is a red brick outhouse, [...]

Time for a mobile phone?

[...] place. You can’t just call the school if they forget their PE kit like you could at primary school. A mobile phone seems to be essential for both their safety and for ease of staying in [...]

Head boy

[...] A couple of years ago, the year after my eldest left primary school, our school introduced the head boy and head girl. They also introduced prefects and deputy [...]

Cheltenham half marathon: Loud ‘n’ Proud

[...] from Mama Owl is taking over in her place and will be hosting from next week. The post Cheltenham half marathon: Loud ‘n’ Proud appeared first on Mum of Three World. [...]

Running in heat

[...] It’s just under seven weeks until the Cheltenham half marathon and right now I am struggling to train due to the heat. Every week I calculate when I [...]

Running recovery

[...] It’s just a few days to the Cheltenham half marathon and I’m at the point where I’m ready for it to be over. I love running and will always [...]

Project 365: Weeks 32 & 33

[...] two weeks for the price of one! Day 215 – Sunday 3rd August – five weeks until the Cheltenham half marathon and I went for my first 10 mile run in six months. I was pleased with how it went. [...]

The new car

When we took my beloved Beetle off the road earlier this year (it’s still on the drive, it’s not going anywhere, but sadly it’s not back on the [...]

Running in heat

It’s just under seven weeks until the Cheltenham half marathon and right now I am struggling to train due to the heat. Every week I calculate when I [...]

Project 365: Week 36

This is the week when the kids went back to school and we said goodbye to the car we’ve had for over five years. So here’s our week in pictures [...]

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The guinea pigs (snowballing)

[...] When I wrote this post, I was pretty sure we would be getting some guinea pigs, I just didn’t know when. My husband agreed to the guinea pigs on the understanding the kids [...]

Life with guinea pigs

[...] We’ve had our guinea pigs for a few weeks now. So how is it going? Very well, I would say! I am pleased with how the kids [...]

The Gallery: Animals

[...] give up and die. I couldn’t put myself or my babies through that. I’d never considered guinea pigs before, but suddenly they’re all I can think of. I’m fixated on them. I think they’re [...]

Project 365: Week 30

[...] for a summer day. Day 204 – Wednesday 23rd July – I managed to get close enough to the guinea pigs to take a photo! Day 205 – Thursday 24th July – we held the guinea pigs for the first [...]

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