Baking a batch of memories
Posted by Michelle Lewsen (They Call Me Mummy)
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About Michelle Lewsen (They Call Me Mummy)Motherhood is a privilege but sometimes, when we're covered in vegemite/vomit/poo, it's hard to remember just how lucky we mums are. In another life I was an award-winning Copywriter with something to talk about other than the fact that Jason Mraz was on Sesame Street. I moonlighted as a Personal Trainer and Aerobics Instructor just for fun (because I was bored, what with all that annoying free time...) In this life, I'm mum to three entertaining yet exhausting, delightful yet demanding, inspiring yet soul-sucking people I've ever met. I love them intensely and will go Mama Bear on anyone who dares try hurt them. Even on the days they seem bent on my destruction. I am also the lucky winner of Cupid's lottery and somehow landed an incredible husband. The poor guy suffers through my adult ADHD with an admirable generosity of spirit and a wicked sense of humour. I think I'll keep him. This blog captures my life. Sometimes warm & fuzzy, sometimes shriek-out-loud funny. In my spare time (between 1am and 6am) I've been writing a series of children's books. Soon, I'll be publishing them and your kids are going to adore them, so watch this space. WARNING: I'm an oversharer. Working on it. (Not really)
Posted on J September, 2012, in Family, Gratitude, Life, Motherhood, Parenting, Self-esteem and tagged baby girls, baby in my tummy, baking with my little girl, butter cookies, childhood memories, cookie cutter cookies, Death Star, family time, farts and burps, fat baby hands kneading dough, food, getting hands dirty, last day of your life, Love your family, making memories, memories, postaweek2012, sneaking cookie dough, Star Wars cookies, stop rushing, the meaning of my life. Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.