I have this mum I follow on Insta, she jet-sets around the globe on holidays, in fact, makes her living from it. She has two kids, sometimes the kids are there, but mostly they’re not. It’s both perplexing and intriguing. How does she do it?
It’s likely more complex than it appears, because the truth is, leaving any number of kids at home, whilst you head away, requires a magnitude of prep and of course the more kid you have, the more prolific the task. Read more
We recently took the kids on a road trip to Noosa, the happiest place on earth. From our house in Sydney, that means approximately a 14-hour drive straight (not including bladder-related interruptions).
Being a little inclined to take on a challenge, we thought this could be fun. We were dying for some warmth and what could be better to provide this than sunny Queensland. We figured that with any Griswald-style blowouts it would take us closer to 16 hours.
The exercise of getting out and about with any number of kids can feel like purgatory and you might think the more kids you have the more gnashing of teeth you’re in for.
Some ask, ‘how do you do it?’
‘What?’ I ask
‘Get out of the house with six kids?’ Read more
Six kids and living in Sydney.. about as common as spotting a unicorn and about as entertaining. Ranging in ages from 5 to 15. That’s a lot of kid.