Frazzle Dazzle are handcrafted hair accessories– alligator clips, hairbands and bows made at home by my chum Lisa Edward.
Miss A's very first hair clip was a FD one and we just love them!
I have known this lady since around 2011 and I'm totes in love with her style and confidence. Ach she is braw, OMG and Little Miss Frazzle now she is a cracker!
Bestie Jane - this woman is an absolute gem of a mentalist.
She loves my children like her own and I love hers in the same way. Our families merge together so well and the chaos is always fun. A woman who will roll her sleeves up and get on with anything, she is unshockable and will always offer help when I need it most. Kind, generous, slightly violent with her shows of affection, a fan of a bad smell, we both get withdrawal symptoms if we don't see each other enough.
Guilty of some 'legendary' behavior when under the influence and always ready to wind Boris up in he funniest of ways - this woman rocks.
On top of all of that I am SUPER proud of her, she is an extremely talented artist and a friend that makes me smile daily.
Lesley is in my mum gang! I've known her for years as I used to work with her husband - who is equally awesome!
Lesley also left full time work to look after her 2 boys who are just brilliant, we love our weekly holiday get togethers with lots of fun for the boys and lots of lattes for the mums!
Lesley is the best - totally safe, non judgmental, supportive all the way. A mum who is always on your side and ready to hear your moans. Full of fun and smiles, the first one at the party - especially if its fancy dress! She is a good un alright!
She got in to Jamberry through a friend of mine expanding our mum of boys gang further. We are all huge fans of these super hard wearing easy to apply nail wraps that make us feel a little more glamorous in our day to day lives.
This fantastic creature is basically my first ever friend. Our mothers were in the same maternity ward together and so we met at just days old. We remained close throughout our fun childhood of sleepovers, caravan holidays and birthday parties. Lots of mischief was made together, I mainly remember laughter!
As we left primary school and moved into senior school Joanna moved away and we lost touch. I was utterly delighted when she randomly got in touch with me years later and as with all true friends we really did pick up from where we left off. The chat flows the laughter still comes and one of the best things about seeing Joanna again is that I got to meet her son who not only looks exactly like her as a child he also has that wonderful, daft, silly, fun filled character that makes every second of being with him full of joy. Another, stand up non judgey, kind amazing mum who I love to spend time with - never enough of it together but we grab what we can! x
Mr Tuckwell, my daughter's future father in law!
As well as making these amoozing coos and being a decent chap all round (particularly excellent choice of wife I have to say), this would be the man who finally shoved me into creating a blog, by doing it for me! Cheers chum and sorry for embarrassing you in front of your bus pals with my classy whistle, I promise to stop and give you a lift next time.