Eating out in Dublin. An alternative guide to fine dining.
Looking back at Easter as part of my childhood.
Today I want to discuss history. Patriotism. Terror. Poetry. Reality. Destruction. Rebellion. 100 years has passed since the Easter Rising in Dublin. It started April 24th so officially we aren't at the 100 year marker yet, but it was Easter so it feels correct to remember it on this bank holiday. At the time, many of … Continue reading Easter 1916
Toys that move. Little cars. Bikes. Trikes. Wheels. Gigi is beginning to discover their delights. Since her sister was born, she has become very interested in buggies. As a buggy driver that is. As a passenger, not so much. Although she is great to use a buggy, this is not her latest joy. Another element … Continue reading Bicycle Thief
It is time to extol the pleasures of being a Mam of two under two. They won't be this small and sweet for ever. I will look back and long for these days. They may be long, tiring and at times very stressful but they are always, always worth it. I started this blog with … Continue reading The Joys of Two Under Two!
I must preface this by saying that the worry I talk about here had probably nothing to do with glasses. I am probably still unable to verbalise where it came from. I have tried. A recent visit to the public health nurse alerted us to the fact that Gigi's eyes would need checking by a … Continue reading Bespectacled
A nostalgic tale of childhood, loved pets and play in Midlands Ireland.