If I was asked to describe myself in 3 words the first ones to my mind would be mother, emotional, cynical. I'm Debby, 23, from Scotland. I cry too much at everything and I can't blame it on pregnancy hormones for much longer although I can have the excuse of PMS again now. I am probably also way too open about things you never wanted to ever know, but I think being a parent does that to you. You have nothing to hide anymore after a room full of people has seen you spread eagle baring all to the world. I am a homebody and if you are into all that astrology stuff my star sign (Cancer) reinforces this. I do love nothing better than snuggling in bed with a book, usually of the crime thriller variety. And when I get the time I am quite partial to a game or two on the xbox, that's when I can get my son off it long enough. I also love movies, horror/thriller mainly although I don't know if I am getting old or movies are getting gorier but I can't seem to stomach them these days, which says alot as I usually spend the rest of my spare time cleaning poo covered bums!
Well first came my special little K man in 2004. It was a bit of a rollercoaster of emotions for me for a while and he certainly made my life purposeful. Sometimes I felt like I was never going to make it but look at him now. More attitude than Vicky Pollard and not even at school yet! I can hand on my heart say he is the funniest person I know. That old cliche is infact true and kids most definitely say the funniest things.
Then came along Mr Jungle in 2007 and he filled that space in our lives that made me feel as if we were never quite complete. His tactics for snaring me were not the most normal, but at least it's something to tell the grandkids! He truly is my soul-mate, my other half, and I can't imagine our lives without him now. And if it weren't for him we wouldn't have the latest addition...
Our beautiful little girl. Joined us 2009. It was tough this time around, but I would do it a million times over for her. She's already a daddy's girl but it feels great being able to talk about 'Daddy' this time around. And the help with the stinky nappies is another bonus. I feel truly blessed to have such a loving wonderful family.
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