FEATURE: The book that stopped me crying | threelilprincesses.com
BABY Holly won’t sleep, is clingy, grizzles no end and fusses over everything. That’s where we’re at right at this moment. However, instead of letting out a *sigh*, a *huff* or showing off a :), I’m jumping for joy. Well, kind of.
Antenatal classes enough to make you pale
DUBBED ‘‘huff and puff’’ sessions by some, antenatal classes have obviously come a long way from their earlier days. Well, for starters, there’s no huffing or puffing any more. For me, the scary par
Only Hearts Should Be Worn On Sleeves: The Virtual Book Tour | threelilprincesses.com
This week I’m going on a virtual book tour for the new ebook. It means I get to go out, meet people, talk about my ebook, have a laugh – and I don’t even have to leave the loungeroom. Or get out of my PJs. Seriously, why sit in a dusty old bookstore?
The launch of Only Hearts Should Be Worn On Sleeves: The Snotty Truth About Motherhood | threelilprincesses.com
Today is a pretty significant day in the palace. The long-awaited ebook, Only Hearts Should Be Worn On Sleeves: The Snotty Truth About Motherhood, has been released. A tad earlier than expected, but in all honesty I’m just glad to see it finally out there. Kind of like the day Ella was born. I’d had enough of waiting.
The Parent Manifesto: Book extract | threelilprincesses.com
The lovely Jodie Benveniste from Parent Wellbeing is taking over the palace today as part of her week-long Virtual Book Tour for her latest release. I’ve already devoured her two previous books – Full Belly and Little Bundle – and am now enthralled by her The Parent Manifesto: How to create a parenting approach that’s perfect for your family.