Back in May I reviewed a fantastic new ebook, Falling, by debut author Emma Kavanagh. Due to it's phenomenal success, a paperback version has been released this month. Hurrah! As much as I love the convenience of reading electronically, nothing quite beats the feel of a real book! To celebrate the release, Emma has written this guest post sharing her thoughts on motherhood as part of her blog tour.
Motherhood is never easy - no-one ever said it would be. And I am luckier than most, able to design my working day around my children’s needs. But there is a downside to that. It means that there is rarely a time when I am completely off work. My second son is now seven weeks old and I am writing this stretched across his sleeping form. It’s fine. He’s dressed in a panda suit, so there’s an awful lot of cuteness going on here. My children bring me so much joy and so much exasperation, and even though there are times when I fantasise about escaping to an isolated cabin where no-one is touching me or wearing my underwear as a hat (what is with that?!), I know that I would last about 20 minutes before I needed those sticky cuddles again.
Falling by Emma Kavanagh, published by Arrow, at £6.99
You can follow Emma on Twitter @EmmaLK
I am the final stop on Emma's tour so you can hop over to the other blog stops right now!
Artist, Baker and Blogger. Mum to my two beautiful, cheeky girls. Muddling my way through parenthood with equally cheeky Husband.