Morning! I’m thrilled to introduce another new gorgeous member of the #coolmumclub community – Katie aka ‘So This is me Mrs T’. She’s a down to earth Mum blogging her way through the madness like so many of us… A PND survivor, she is sure to have many tales to tell along the way. Give her a warm welcome and be sure to go track her down on twitter too…
So this is me, Mrs T also known as Katie, Mummy, Muuuuuuuuumy and K. Im in my gulp, mid 30s and I live with 3 males. Mr T, we’ve been together 5.5 years and got hitched on Valentines day this year. O is my eldest child he’s 8 and my absolute superstar, he has autism spectrum disorder but totally smashes all the stereotypes of this condition. He likes to talk, a lot, usually about the history of the British monarchy or football. We love to play monopoly together and set the world to rights. H is my threenager, just your average pre-schooler, loves to shout, get his own way but also gives the best cuddles ever.
So in my 30 something years on this here planet they call earth I have been through a few rollercoaster moments. I’ve suffered at the hands of the black hole of depression and anxiety so I’m a massive advocate for mental health awareness. There is still too much stigma attached to mental health and I’d like to think I’m a good listener. Postivity and always trying to look on the bright side of life, to coin a phrase, even if things seem a bit bleak.
Anywho enough of that. Why did I start blogging? Im currently a stay at home mum and now the threenager is at nursery 5 mornings a week and O is at school I’ve a bit of time on my hands in between the school/nursery runs/laundry/errands that all us stay at home parents do. I’ve always loved writing and reading although the reading has taken a back seat in the 8 years of parenting I’ve navigated. The only thing I read frequently is the odd school letter or email reminding me to do something I’ve bound to have forgotten.
Blogging has reignited my interest in reading, I enjoy hearing how others are experiencing the journey of family life, sharing ideas or advice or just a chuckle. I don’t claim to be a professional writer I just enjoy getting my thoughts out somewhere.
I’ve only been at it just over a month and blogging has already brought us some treats which I see as an added bonus. Perhaps one day I will gain a small income from my writing but for now I am happy blogging what goes on in our world.
So if you are at a loose end and fancy a read of the ramblings of a stay at home mum trying to keep on top of everything then pop over to my blog www.sothisismemrst.blogspot.co.uk
I’d like to thank Mum Muddling Through for allowing me to feature here.
For now, Mrs T x
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