Single Mom Flying Travel Guide

A Single Moms Guide to Flying with Twins.

In How I Became Two of them One of Me and Ending One Chapter to Start Another. I spoke about flying away with the twins. I discussed why it had taken so long, why I was so reluctant to do so and why now was the right time for us. I’ll be honest in saying that I’m somewhat annoyed at myself…

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Turning 25

Trust in God’s Timing- Turning 25.

It’s been a while since I felt like writing. I’m not sure why but the lack of motivation has been real since me and the twins returned from Portugal. Maybe it’s the holidays blues, but is that even real? If I’m honest with you though, I’ve got piles of clean washing I need to put away, a monthly shop that…

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Moved On

Ending One Chapter to Start Another.

In the first blog post I published “How I Became Two of them One of me”, I touched upon the three biggest decisions I’ve had to make thus far whilst being the twins mom. The most important one for me was making the decision to do this parenting thing alone.    When I wrote the statement previously I’m almost certain…

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Where Have I Been? Life Update.

  It’s been a while since I sat at my laptop with the purpose of writing for TwoofthemOneofme. It’s safe to say that the assessment period at university took over and while I was planning to come back straight after my final exam on the 30th April. I just couldn’t bare too open my laptop never mind writing about where…

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The Boy is Mine

The Boy is Mine.

Today, Monday 19th March 2018 while I was enjoying my 10-minute drive alone to pick the twins up from nursery, I was blasting the music whilst embarrassingly singing and dancing along like I always do. I was playing the “I Miss ‘90s R&B” playlist on Apple Music and my tune came on you know ‘The Boy Is Mine’ by Brandy…

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How I Became Two of Them One of Me.

It’s not until I’ve sang the sunshine song (Jimmie Davis- You Are My Sunshine), tucked them into bed, kissed them goodnight, cleaned the house and got a cup of tea, do I get time to think about who I really am. My name is Lucia, I’m a 24-year-old, second-year student studying forensic psychology, a blogger (if this works out of…

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