MY CRAZY BROOD

because raising a large family isn’t for the faint-hearted

MIA but now I’m back!

Things have been quite quiet here on my blog for the past four months. Things at home have meant the blog has had to take a backseat.

Hubby and I taken at a wedding last year

I’ve had to deal with ill children, my own mental health, my children’s mental health, illness, broken computer and the worst one was losing my blog and I have spent the last few months trying to get it back. Thankfully I’ve managed to get it back, reasonably intact. Sadly, I seem to have lost many of my photos so I’m going to have to manually reload all the photos. Oh, the joy! I suppose it could be worse though as I could have lost everything.

So now we’re in 2019 and the longest months of the year is almost over! Yay! So here are my goals for this coming year.

  • Instead of trying to do the impossible and posting every week on my blog, I’m just going to plan on one post a week on a Wednesday. Hopefully by setting an achievable goal I’ll be able to fulfill it rather than giving up.
  • Visit as many castles as we can as a family. We live in such a beautiful part of the world in North Wales, surrounded by so many fantastic castles. Yet we’ve only visited a few! So this year we’re going to visit as many as we can in what we have dubbed our #!00CastlesChallenge. So far we have done Castell y Bere near Tywyn and Harlech Castles. Images can be found on Instagram or Facebook and video and posts will be coming soon.
The 3 youngest acting crazy at Castell y Bere

So what about you? Did you make any New Years Resolutions? Have you already broken them or are you still going? Comment down below and let us know

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Rachel (My Crazy Brood)

Parenting Blogger & Mum of 5

Hi, I’m Rachel, the poor mum of this crazy lot! We are; Dad (Bob), Ryan (17), Becky (15) Ruby  (14), Rhian (11) and Reese (7). We also have Gwen the staffy dog, 5 guinea pigs and 2 hamsters. Join us as we navigate the craziness that raising a large family with additional needs can bring.

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