The epic Easter Egg Hunt of 2018.
A weekend trip to Scheveningen and The Hague in Holland. If you ever go with a small child bring a tiny bike/scooter for them because the esplanade along the beach is perfect for them to ride on, and not having ours with us was somewhat of a disaster.
Played real-life Cluedo whilst on a weekend away with friends in the Ardennes. We may have taken it a little bit too seriously..
I drew this a while ago, but given that Piste 01 is in action today and woke me at 4:30am it's still relevant. It's mind-boggling that despite several court orders against Brussels airport planes are still flying this low over a densely populated residential area all through the night in the capital of the European … Continue reading Piste 01
September 2017 was my dear friend Lizzie's hen do. I drew a cartoon to try and capture the highlights of the event, and gave it to her as her wedding gift.
Our first child was the result of an accidental pregnancy 6 months into knowing each other, so the deliberation phase went: ‘OHHHHHHHmygodthisisallgoingfasterthanithoughitwouldbutweloveeachothersoyesletsdothis’. She arrived 3 weeks early and it felt like she wanted to be born, that she had to be part of our lives. She’s a hilarious weirdo with a penchant for stripping and … Continue reading Should we have a second child?
Final holiday cartoon before I break into the political ramblings once more. This was mine and Sarah's trip to Albania in June. I hate flying now I live under a flight path and have realised how awful it is and Sarah doesn't travel well (she woke up at 4 or 5am every day that we … Continue reading Albania
My husband commented while looking at our holiday photos: 'Wow, it looks like we were actually having fun'. The photo version of our holiday in Pagel (no tears or tantrums from any family member): And the more realistic cartoon version: Photo version of centerparcs holiday in Zandvoort: More realistic cartoon version:
An open letter to George Osborne and David Cameron because I've been listening to the EU referendum arguments and have gotten completely confused about which way to vote- and I'm university educated, young(ish-32), and I live in Brussels. It should be a no brainer. And yet TTIP? What's that all about? Why is lowering house … Continue reading Congratulations EU Referendum, you’ve got me politically engaged for the first time in my life, and now I’m a concerned housewife on the rampage
Being pregnant I have been poked and prodded, had countless blood tests and learnt to pee on demand (quite easy when there is a tiny person resting on your bladder). I've also been questioned about my weight way more than usual, and not really from my Gynaecologist and midwife which I was expecting (my midwife's only … Continue reading Pregnancy Food Diaries