Belfast Mum – Aug 18

Belfast Mum – Aug 18

After my column in the latest issue about how mercenary my 6 year old daughter is, I thought I’d better address the balance and tell you about one of her

Belfast Mum – May 18

Belfast Mum – May 18

The Colour of Money.   My 6 year old daughter has become obsessed with how much things cost.  In the past few weeks I’ve had to reel off the exact

Belfast Mum – March 18

Belfast Mum – March 18

There is a point in all parents’ lives where everything seems to just fall apart, and that point occurs when a child gets sick and the fragile house of cards

Belfast Mum – Feb 18

Belfast Mum – Feb 18

I’m writing this tonight having read the opening chapter of ‘Five Go Off in a Caravan’ to my 6 year old.  I feel like a world of possibilities is opening

Belfast Mum – Jan 18

Belfast Mum – Jan 18

New year, new me. I’m not making any promises, but this year I am going to TRY to make some positive changes in my life, which will hopefully have a

A Belfast Mum ~ Donna Bell (July)

A Belfast Mum ~ Donna Bell (July)

All I’ve been hearing this last few weeks is how expensive holidays are this year. Prices in family friendly European resorts seem to have rocketed due to increased demand due

A Belfast Mum (March)

A Belfast Mum (March)

It’s time for a confession. And this is something I take no pride in. My children are square-eyed TV addicts.   From the moment they get up in the morning,

Belfast Mum

Belfast Mum

My situation has changed.  After two years of being a Stay at Home Mum, I have Gone Back To Work.   Not the job I did previous to having my

A Belfast Mum

A Belfast Mum

Happy September Bloom readers! I do hope you’ve all had a lovely summer. As I write this, my sister is visiting from Italy with her two children, and I thought

A Belfast Mum

A Belfast Mum

As a harried, often dishevelled, and occasionally desperate mother of two, it has to be said I don’t get much time to just mooch around the shops anymore. I’ve never