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Having children didn't come easily for my hubby and I - we had a number of losses including our wee man Thomas, who was born still on New Years Day 2004 - he was the true inspiration behind me wanting to work from home as I knew I never wanted to miss a moment with any children I then went on to have.
Following the birth of my beautiful daughter Milly in November 2004, I wanted to find something that would enable me to work from home. I set up a business creating photographic enhancements of babies and children. I love that this allows me to stay at home with Milly and use my skills to provide an extra income! I have since had a wee boy in 2008...being a wahm with two children is a challenge but I LOVE it!
What is your blogging philosophy?
I am still trying to find my philosophy! I am new to blogging seriously as initially it was a business blog. I am finding I want to share more about my family and experiences as a Mum so am sure I will develop a stronger sense of philosophy soon!
I will begin with "Honesty is the best policy!"
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