Celebrate Her

 The special little boy who first made me a mother

I've been a mum now for four years and each year I feel like I'm constantly learning, about myself as a mother and about my child too. Just like those hazy newborn days (which we are now in the midst of for a second time round) we are both figuring things out one day at a time. Some days feel easy and carefree and some days I feel like we're constantly clashing but one of the most important things I've learnt is we can 'do-over' any time of the day.

One of our favourite activities to do together is 'crafting' I find its calming for both of us and something that can be 'our' thing just like the park is Tom and Wilf's thing (I hate the park!). I feel like every little craft project or finger painting is an mothering achievement to me as it represents quality time spent together, its something physical that I can keep and cherish (well maybe not ALL of them, but you get the idea ;)).

I'm teaming up with the lovely Cath Kidston team this mothers day to 'celebrate her' and share my motherhood achievement. I also don't think many mums would say no to one of their new handbags too!

What do most mums want at the start of Mothering Sunday? A cup of tea in bed please, oh and pass the macarons!

You can watch this cute video they have made and join in with your own pictures of what represents a motherhood achievement to you by using the hashtag #CKCelebrateHer there are some lovely Cath Kidston prizes to win if you do (you can find more details here)

My top / Wilf's top / Cup / Bag /

Thanks to Cath Kidston for partnering with this blog as part of their Mothers day campaign. They are such a iconic brand and a honour to work with! 

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