Confessions of A Dirty Mummy

messy house

Before anyone gets the wrong idea, don’t worry, this isn’t an account of me chained, hanging upside down in a dungeon, being whipped with a riding crop, shouting ‘yes, I’ve been a naughty girl, yes, I’ve been really, REALLY, BAAAAAAD….!’ Because of course, I’ve never done anything like that in my life (really!) Plus, I have 2 children, so Netflix and Chill (I’m so un-down with the kids nowadays, I’m only just coming to terms with this rebranding of what I consider to be watching The Vampire Diaries with a glass of wine and some popcorn,) is just that. Drinking wine until we fall asleep, then moving upstairs to sleep some more, until we are woken at unimaginable o’clock by screaming banshees and assassins. My legs are firmly closed for business! This, is literally an account of my house, which this week I have really come to realise, is a filthy cesspit, which we really should be evicted from until fumigation has taken place…

Dirty confession number 1:
I had noticed in the fridge that there was a dark presence behind the bottom drawer (I was going to call it the vegetable drawer, because its where I keep veg and salad, but realise that not all of you will use it for this purpose, so to avoid confusion, I’ve just called it ‘the drawer.’ I also don’t know why I’m doing a long, uneccessary, bracketed explanation of this, but I’ve started now, so I’ll finish…) I pulled The Drawer out, and some unidentifiable object had gone rogue, gotten behind there, and was delighting in going mouldy in peace. I left it, with the intention of getting rid of it ‘when I had more time.’ Honestly, I don’t even know why I think that anymore, because things that go on my ‘when I’ve got more time’ list, join the other 9.6 million things on that list that never get done. A few days later, the fridge was stinking. ‘It must be that mould’ I thought, so I removed The Drawer, and I kid you not, the mould was literally the size of, and resembled a brain… I donned some gloves, and removed it. Gross brain-mould gone…

Dirty confession number 2:
Even after I had removed the brain-mould, the fridge still stank… Ok, so it wasn’t the brain-mould making it smell. I dutifully ‘found time,’ and went through everything in the fridge to check the use by date (I have been known to leave half empty jars in there for months, until the mould grows so much it nearly explodes out of the jar.) But no, everything was fine (a miracle) so I just scrubbed every shelf to see if that did it. No, it still stank, and I was baffled. Errr, I’m still to this day baffled…

dirty kitchen

Dirty confession number 3:
I leave nappies laying around all over the house. I change the children wherever we happen to be in the house, (I don’t bother with a mat anymore,) and stick the nappy in the corner somewhere. Thus every room accrues nappies in it, somewhere. I should go around at the end of every day and collect them, but I don’t. The thought of ignoring them in favour of watching back to back Suits, is too appealing. Sometimes, it’s not until I stumble out of my room at 5am, to the acrid stench of days old nappies choking me, that I think ‘I really should collect up the nappies now.’

Dirty confession number 4:
I still leave the house without the changing bag, more often than I take it (3 years on the job, and I’ve clearly learnt nothing…) So more often than not, a dirty face or snotty nose, will get wiped with an item of my clothing. However, sometimes my children will routinely just grab my top and use it as a tissue, and they did it this week, in the park, in front of one of our horrified friends. Also this week, on a day I did remember to take the changing bag out with us, the littlest child was rooting around in it for snacks, and pulled out something asking ‘can I eat this?’ I screwed up my face, trying to remember which snacks I had packed as I couldn’t quite recognise what he was holding. It was with horror that I realised it was a mouldy, maggoty, bag of sandwiches that I’d saved from Pret A Manger moths ago, ‘to be eaten tomorrow,’ and promptly forgotten about them, and left them in the changing bag, which had been chucked unceremoniously into a corner, probably next to a pile of dirty nappies…

Dirty confession number 5:
Ok, so no matter how gross the rest of the house is, I try to chuck bleach down the toilet as regularly as I can. A couple of days ago, the law of sod stated that as I hadn’t gotten around to doing this for a number of days, the man who came to collect our old car that we were selling, wanted to come in and use the toilet before he went on his way. When he asked, my brain screamed ‘no, you can’t. It would be more hygienic for you to pee right here on the door step.’ But the British part of my brain made me open my mouth and say ‘yes of course! Go straight through to the back, it’s on the left!’ I wanted to shout after him ‘can you ignore the hallway lined with dirty nappies, and just make your eyes unsee the skids in the toilet…please…?’

It was at this point that I deduced I need to give in and get a cleaner. Don’t get me wrong, I used to be house proud. My mum has what I think may be a real problem, where it comes to cleanliness, so when I moved out, I did delight a little in being a little messy, but I’d always tidy it up eventually. But with the equivalent of five children to look after (ok, only 2 actual ones, but my husband is messy, so he’s the equivalent of another 2, and my blog is like a baby, so that effectively makes 5,) there really isn’t the time… Please don’t judge me…

dirty bathroom

If you are like me, and standards have slipped massively, please let me know your Dirty Confession!

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  1. February 19, 2016 / 8:07 am

    I leave the house without the change bag all the time. Even after the infamous incident of 2010 when my son projectiled all over me in Next and I had to drive home in my bra. Still haven’t learnt. Thanks for linking up to #FridayFrolics

  2. February 19, 2016 / 8:15 am

    Lol, my standards have also slipped massively since having two children (and I blame blogging too for being much more appealing that cleaning!) Hubby is the one in our house with a tendency to leave nappies lying around but I have to confess that every so often I do discover something at the bottom of the veggie drawer growing mould too. It’s the liquid courgettes that are particularly gross…! The worst one I had though was leaving some casserole in the slow cooker for hubby. I didn’t realise that he’d turned the slow cooker off but had got distracted himself and forgot to dish it up until a couple of weeks later when I went to use the slow cooker again – bleurgh! I scrubbed it clean but never could bear to use it again so had to buy a new one. I’ve also put things in the change bag and forgotten about them. Thanks for being so honest and making me realise that it’s not just me who does these kinds of things!

  3. February 19, 2016 / 8:17 am

    Life is too short! Get a cleaner – that is the best money I have ever spent. It frees me up to spend endless hours pootling about on the internet and other such vital tasks! And the shame of how dirty it gets in between her fortnightly visits has almost gone now through familiarity 🙂
    x Alice

  4. February 19, 2016 / 10:12 am

    Bwahahaha…too true and funny! I am guilty of many dirty secrets myself but I am leaving them in my closet. As long as the kids are fed and happy, I don’t really bother. Hilarious post! #Fridayfrolics

  5. February 19, 2016 / 12:16 pm

    haha this made me laugh out loud! Shame about the lack of dungeons but an hilarious post! I’m sure my clean freak pregnant wife would be horrified (but I suspect when the baby comes, she will change her tune!). #FridayFrolics

  6. February 19, 2016 / 2:38 pm

    Haha! I’m afraid that I’m like your mum – I clean & tidy to the point where it really isn’t right! I need to be a bit more relaxed about it, though I probably would still like to put the nappies in the nappy bin (but then my two are real stinky bums!). I do, however, quite often decide not to bother taking the nappy bag out these days too. I do usually take a nappy for each of them & a packet of wipes in my handbag, as I can guarantee any time I think we won’t need anything for a short trip, we will! #fridayfrolics

  7. February 19, 2016 / 8:59 pm

    Haha, love it! I have had many mouldy-unknown-object-in-the-fridge moments. Also I often find going-off fruit in my bag that I had shoved in there and forgotten about. Oh well … we’re all still alive and well so it doesn’t matter, right? 😉


  8. February 19, 2016 / 9:52 pm

    Ahahahahha rolling! I love your sense of humor…. tooooo funny! 🙂 The brain-mould was my favorite part…. ;P ew ew ew…

    No kids of my own yet, but I have a hard enough time keeping the house clean as it is that I suspect I will be right there with you when the day comes…


  9. February 21, 2016 / 10:52 pm

    oh my goodness this is so funny, and brave! I used to leave nappies wherever too but they are all out of them now, although Adam still sometimes wets at night so he wears night pants which he actually throws in the bin himself which is great. My mum is a clean freak too and my sister and I stress to no end when she just drops in! I want to lock her out for an hour so I can clean before she enters! I am not a clean freak, but i’m not too bad either, but I never clean up after the kids are finally in bed oh no that is ‘my time’ ad I would choose back to back suits over tidying any day. #bigpinklink

  10. February 22, 2016 / 8:16 am

    OMG!!! The nappies ha ha! I used to throw mine in the wheelie bin outside immediately as I couldn’t cope with the smell. My drawer has been known to harbour a mouldy item too & half jars are also present in my fridge. #bigpinklink Lifeinthemumslane

  11. February 22, 2016 / 9:07 am

    Why’s it that someone always calls over unexpectedly when your house is looking it’s worst. I like to have at least 30 minutes notice for visitors so I can do shove everything in a cupboard and wipe down the benches at least, haha!

  12. February 22, 2016 / 9:30 am

    Dirty confession: I found a little chunk of charcoal at the back of the oven. I think it must have been an AWOL roast potato that has just been cremating there for weeks…. Okay months. Maybe the smoke alarm won’t go off every time I use the oven now, but I doubt it.

    My own mother has advised me since having a baby to start wearing big skirts as they come in really handy for wiping noses etc!

  13. February 22, 2016 / 9:36 am

    Brilliant post, in guilty of a few on our list also! I often leave the dirty nappy in the nappy sack bag and think I’ll get feebs sorted then bin it…it’s always my mum who finds then… Typical 😉

  14. February 22, 2016 / 9:36 am

    Keeping everything spic and span is boring at the best of times but a particular challenge with kiddies. My OH greatest gripe is my aversion to emptying the bin, I just pile on more and more and squash it in the bin as best I can until the lid won’t shut, the OH then relents and empty a it! I feel like I’m winning but really it’s just a bit minging! #bigpinklink x

  15. February 22, 2016 / 9:51 am

    I used to see myself as a very clean and tidy person but since having children, the tidy part has gone out the window!
    I’m not as clean as I used to be either. Whilst potty training, my daughter would pee everywhere. I would find puddles wherever I go, the carpet still stinks even after 100 carpet clean and daily shake and vac!! #bigpinklink

  16. February 22, 2016 / 9:53 am

    Lol! Adore this! Think you are absolutely dreamily fabulous and absolutely need cleaner with your five (Aherm) children. #bigpinklink #bigpinklove #smoochies xxx

  17. February 22, 2016 / 10:08 am

    Haha enjoyed reading this I’m guilty of s few of these too

  18. February 22, 2016 / 10:12 am

    I never remember to do dusting. I might, five minutes before someone comes over, quickly give a few things in the living room a dust with a baby wipe! That’s as far as I get, until I realise there’s at least a dozen cobwebs dotted around the house and some things have a layer of dust so thick I can write my name in it.

    I’ve done number 5 too.


  19. February 22, 2016 / 10:13 am

    ah yes. this happens to the best of us. I am trying to keep on top of the housework and trying to keep the house visibly clean. but i don’t always succeed. places like the oven, behind the washing machine or the fridge don’t get as much TLC as they should and I too have recently removed a little bit of bacon firmly wrapped in tinfoil that must have been there since christmas. Yuk! anyway, little dirty confession high five coming at ya.

  20. February 22, 2016 / 10:16 am

    My dirty confession, something my mother considers a total sin is leaving the dirty dishes overnight and washing them the next morning/afternoon. #Bigpinklink

  21. February 22, 2016 / 10:18 am

    haha love this post. My standards have definitely slipped since having my little girl. She hates the sound of the hoover so i have to try and do it when shes not there and then all i want to do is have an hour to myself chilling x #bigpinklink

  22. February 22, 2016 / 10:35 am

    I am so glad it’s not just me! There are so many cobwebs in our house in it must be some kind of record, and there’s a vase of flowers that died a few weeks ago chilling on the sideboard. I also now having two laundry baskets; one I actually empty and another which is stuff that needs to be washed ‘someday’! Thanks for hosting #bigpinklink

  23. February 22, 2016 / 11:02 am

    I was so house proud before Marianna came along – now it constantly looks like a bombsite. Even my net curtains need a good clean; I’d have had a fit if somebody suggested to me I’d leave up a net curtain with a hole in it and a suspicious stain on the bottom… like the one I’m looking at as I write this! Our fridge is gross too. The bulb has gone, and there’s always something which has been in there too long. x #bigpinklink

  24. February 22, 2016 / 11:14 am

    Yup! That’s me! My mother in law actually brought me round some lime scale remover the other week and just silently left it on the side. I didn’t even take the hint! Ha! Thanks for sharing! #bigpinklink

  25. February 22, 2016 / 11:19 am

    I think I do most of these things too – especially the nappies and the bleach! Last week I had good intentions to clean the fridge but only managed the drawers in the door using baby wipes. Better than nothing I suppose! Thanks for hosting #bigpinklink again 🙂

  26. February 22, 2016 / 1:41 pm

    This used to be me! Although now the kids are getting older it’s getting better. Less nappies for a start!! We also got a cleaner and my gosh that helped! Hubster found it preferable to spending his weekends and evenings helping and you never hear me complaining. 🙂 Thanks for being a fab co-host! #bigpinklink

  27. February 22, 2016 / 1:51 pm

    I’d love to say I’ve let my standards slip but in reality I’m probably getting better and better at housework and tidying. The fact I’m still way below average probably says something about how awful I used to be!

    I’m also guilty of leaving things until ‘I have time’. Some dry dog food fell out of the bag and slipped behind it a few weeks ago but instead of picking it up then and there I left it until I had time. The next time I saw it, it was covered in green fuzz…and I still left it! I did eventually get round to clearing it up but it would have been so much easier if I’d done it as soon as I’d dropped it!


  28. February 22, 2016 / 2:17 pm

    I feel your pain. It’s a never ending circle. Point number 3 happens in our house. After work it’s like a parent version of an Easter Egg hunt, only for one to be missed by a radiator to then be found several days later. Nice. #bigpinklink

  29. February 22, 2016 / 2:39 pm

    haha i have just gone round the house and picked up 4 nappies – hubby was on kid duty yesterday and does the same as you do! lol

  30. February 22, 2016 / 3:46 pm

    It is so hard for me to get up and down stairs in my house so I understand about the diapers (nappies). I usually put them in Wal-Mart bags (plastic store bags) and round them up at the end of the day. They all get tossed into a trash bag and my husband tries to take the trash out everyday. If I was able my anxiety wouldn’t allow this habit to exist but when you have kids and stuff to do these things happen.

  31. February 22, 2016 / 8:41 pm

    Sounds like we are very similar! The wiping noses with items of clothing is my standard. There are just never enough tissues to go round. #bigpinklink

  32. February 22, 2016 / 8:48 pm

    ha ha. This had me giggling. I can neither confirm nor deny whether I was laughing in a ‘I can relate to this’ manner. 😉 #bigpinklink

  33. February 22, 2016 / 8:55 pm

    Hahaha! I am definitelg guilty of most of these. Though, I have an extremely neat and tody husband who just comes home and sorts it all if I’ve been left to my own devices in the house for any length of time.

    Having to be much better with the nappies too :/ My son just ignored them so I used to sometimes forget to get rid if them instantly but my daughter will just pick them open and me chewing on them unless I get rid straight away now! #bigpinklink

  34. February 22, 2016 / 9:14 pm

    We used to have breakdown Fridays, where all of the above and more would build to a great big crescendo over the week and then explode into a mad frenzy of cleanliness ready for the weekend! #bigpinklink

  35. February 22, 2016 / 9:15 pm

    I am forever being told off for leaving dirty nappies around the house, its not like I do it on purpose. I just get distracted by something more important, then baby brain kicks in and I forget about them all together! Love the honesty of this post 🙂 #bigpinklink

  36. February 22, 2016 / 9:31 pm

    Ah I think we all have untidy-ness streaks in us! Mr Lighty has taken to encouraging me to invite friends round as it forces me to at least make a pretence of tidying up beforehand!! Thanks for hosting #bigpinklink 🙂 PS, your description of the vegetable drawer really made me laugh, ha!! 😀

  37. February 22, 2016 / 9:52 pm

    This made me laugh, I think that were all guilty of this. The worst is going out with changing bag, minus change of clothes for you and the baby, followed by poosplosion. This happened to me in a busy pub, note no change of clothes for me. You can imagine what happened. Claire X #bigpinklink

  38. February 22, 2016 / 10:10 pm

    Hahahaha, this is so my life. Especially chucking nappies into the corner and *forgetting* about them! Gross. Here’s my dirty confession – I’m currently in bed under a duvet that smells suspiciously of sick because George did a little sick 2 nights ago (most of which I caught in my hands) but a little bit got on the duvet and I simply can not be bothered to change it so I just baby wiped it off. When will I learn that nothing masks the smell of toddler sick? Xx

  39. February 22, 2016 / 10:18 pm

    So I have just discovered your blog thanks to #thebigpinklink and I now think I love you and want to be best friends too!!! Let me help you with number two. Slice a lemon and shove the two halves in the manky was-mouldy-drawer. It will smell better after a couple of days (assuming you don’t forget about it and leave it to rot – which I might possibly have done in the past, maybe.) Sadly I can offer no further assistance. Most of the rooms in my house have a nappy in them. My husband loves nothing more than leaving a massive skiddie in the toilet and I’m f*cked if I’m cleaning up his sh*t after a day of wiping it off his sons arse. So we absolutely have a cleaner now. But alas it has made me even more lazy. On cleaner day I don’t bother washing up, I leave the breakfast stuff on the table and go to work. I am more slovenly than ever. But the house still sparkles for a couple of hours a week! I loved this post and I love the way you write. Greetings new blogging friend!

  40. February 23, 2016 / 3:24 am

    This is so me!!! I half do everything these days…..chuck clothes over drawers and don’t bother closing them..the girls will empty them out anyway. I used to be obsessive about cleaning now my mantra is always “i’ll just give it a quick once over now and when I get time a more thorough one” suffice to say it never gets thoroughly cleaned!! much more important to spend that precious time playing with our children x

  41. February 23, 2016 / 7:20 am

    Yeah I can be like this sometimes. Spesh with the old random nappy bags scattered across the house. I often get a right telling off for that. If someone is coming round to my house then I get more done in the 10 mins prior to the visit than I often do in the whole week. And what of it?

  42. February 23, 2016 / 12:38 pm

    I am guilty of the mouldy food in the fridge and leaving nappies EVERYWHERE! Love that you feel like you have 5 children to look after, I only have 1 baby but with a messy husband it often feels like 3 or 4!
    I have a spare bedroom which should really be named the dumping ground. I’m lucky if I can even open the door, most of the time it gets opened a jar and things get chucked it. Aria will be going in that room soon and I am dreading having to clean it. Getting a cleaner sounds like a marvellous idea!

  43. February 23, 2016 / 12:47 pm

    Hahaha this is so true!! I love your reasoning that you have 5 children to look after, and may have to steal it. If it helps I recently learned one mega tip from a friend after having visited her home recently. Her house smelled so clean!! It made me believe that she had been cleaning for hours before we arrived? In fact she confessed that all she had done was run some hot water with a little bleach and some washing powder / laundry detergent in a bowl with her dishcloth soaking in it. The whole house smelled like clean clothes, and in my opinion, if it smells clean, it passes for clean! ;0) I now have an extra box of washing powder under my kitchen sink just for this purpose! I too am a Dirty Mummy! Hurrah!

  44. February 23, 2016 / 1:11 pm

    We keep the public areas of the house clean as we do get lots of people dropping round unexpectedly. The bedrooms … The doors are firmly closed!

  45. February 23, 2016 / 3:37 pm

    I’m writing this and I’ve just looked over at my desk which is covered in boxes, paper, makeup, nail varnish pads…the stuff is still on the table from lunch and my kitchen looks disgusting. I don’t even know where the forks are. I hate cleaning. I hate it even more when I’m sick! And I hate that I’m the only one in the house that does clean! I don’t even iron anymore. I’m glad I’m not the only one that has moved cleaning towards the bottom of the list after kids! #bigpinklink

  46. February 23, 2016 / 5:11 pm

    Before I had children you could eat off any floor in my house. I was that obsessed with clean. Even after my first I tried really hard to keep up with that behavior in which I am not quite sure who I inherited from. Especially when he started to crawl, I would scrub the floors several times a day horrified that he may contract horrible germs if I didn’t. By the second one I knew I was doomed. I just had to understand that I had 2 little people and pregnant with another and let’s not forget the two tween boys at the time who dwelled there as well. And by the time the 3rd was born I just no longer cared that the floor wasn’t spotless. That there was ALWAYS something sticky smeared across about every surface I owned and there would never be a day…EVER AGAIN…that my entire house would be all cleaned in one day…NEVER. And that statement has held true. Now days I just watch an episode of Hoarders when I think I am failing at the housework duties and then I am reminded that my house looks fab! #bigpinklink

  47. February 23, 2016 / 5:32 pm

    I think when we become parents we all get these first secrets as we don’t get the time to do all the small jobs #bigpinklink xx

  48. February 23, 2016 / 6:42 pm

    I am so messy it’s ridiculous, even before kids. It drives my neat-freak husband mad. I too used to leave nappies everywhere for hours and I often just chuck bleach down the loo regularly to avoid having to actually clean it. You are not alone lol! #bigpinklink

  49. February 23, 2016 / 9:47 pm

    I definitely tried to comment on this yesterday and have no idea if it worked, apologies if you’ve had to read two comments from me! I’m glad it’s not just me, my house is so dusty it’s ridiculous. I do most cleaning in a mad rush for half an hour before I have people coming over! #bigpinklink

  50. February 24, 2016 / 1:39 pm

    I can completely identify with this! I try my hardest but the fridge can be a bit of a dead zone for me too. Your story about the soggy Pret sandwiches reminds me of a time when I was at a mummy meet-up with my eldest. I thought I’d packed her lunch in the changing bag, but when I got it out it was the empty dirty tupperware container from the day before. I was mortified! And put it back in the bag very quickly and had to buy something.

    My mum always said that as a parent she made a choice, it was either the kids or the housework (she had four kids) and she chose the kids. Interesting to see that even after the last one of us moved out over 20 years ago, she still doesn’t pick the housework that often! #bigpinklink

  51. February 24, 2016 / 4:21 pm

    This post gave me a good giggle! I’m generally very clean and tidy person, so these sorts of things don’t sound like me … However, I have no children yet so I guess we’ll see! 😉 thanks for hosting, looking forward to getting to know you better 🙂 xxx #BigPinkLink

  52. February 24, 2016 / 9:35 pm

    I think juggling everything is ridiculously hard…..I have a cleaner coming around tomorrow for my sanity! Thanks for linking up and you are now alone #bestandworst

  53. February 25, 2016 / 9:54 am

    OMG the fridge is my nemesis! My mum comes round and berates me for it, and then starts scrubbing it! When you are a mum with craziness around you, something’s gotta give as far as I’m concerned and far better it be the cleanliness than your sanity! Thanks for linking up to #coolmumclub lovely x

  54. February 25, 2016 / 6:45 pm

    I can identify so much with this – I’m terrible at housework! I’m ashamed to say that my husband does far more than me, and there are bits that he just doesn’t even think to clean (the skirting being one!) so we have a fair amount of dust in nooks and crannies, and more than a few cobwebs I’ve seen lurking about and not done anything with. There’s just so much to keep on top of, I’m not going to stress about the house being immaculate!

  55. February 29, 2016 / 10:13 pm

    Oh my God I think I’ve just fallen in love with you. Cleaning has never been my strength (even though when I actually do it I find it therapeutic so WHY do I stall so much?). I went through 9 cleaners in 9 years (clearly I was the problem not them) and now that I’ve stepped up my time on the blog, the house is f-i-l-t-h-y. We live in Malta which is the dustiest country in Europe (the world?) and I just can’t stay on top of it. So much more I could say! #BigPinkLink

  56. April 29, 2016 / 12:29 pm

    Haha I love this, I had the same toilet panic the other day when the boiler man came round and I was trying to figure if we had toilet paper or if my son had pooed recently (its always bad). I love the dark presence description in the fridge..ours is the same atm, it smalls and I know something has gone wrong but I dont want to look..yet..#coolmumclub

  57. October 18, 2016 / 3:13 pm

    OMG this post is too much! So hilariously true.. confession no. 3 is 100% me – please now tell my boyfriend that this behaviour is normal because he doesn’t believe me. Since I’ve had baby girl, I’ve let standards slip and can say (not proudly) that I am the messy culprit in our family. We’re alright in the toilet department…unless my nephew comes round to stay then it’s skidmarks galore! 🙂 #bigpinklink

    • This Mum's Life
      October 19, 2016 / 6:59 am

      It’s totally ok to be disgustingly messy when you have a child-it’s my mantra every day!!!! Tell your boyfriend it’s 100% normal!!!!

  58. March 23, 2017 / 2:01 am

    Left the house way to many times without the nappy bag or without nappies in it. I always used to restock the nappy bag when I got home when I had my first son but forget to do it now. My dirty confession is poo nappies in a nappy sack beside the kitchen bin because I forget to take them outside.

    • This Mum's Life
      March 23, 2017 / 6:15 am

      And I’m sure that’s one thing you said you’d never do!!!! I like to hear other dirty mum confessions!!