Ambrose is our much longed for boy. He is utterly divine. My mother-in-law says he’s ‘a spoilt little bugger’ but I think she was joking. He’s just strong-willed and I really admire that. 

At the moment I’m home-schooling Ambrose. Partly because I’m bored and unfulfilled and partly because he got invited to leave the local Montissouri after he smuggled in Pepperamis to sell. He’s so enterprising. 

My Darling Husband

Since we met at university, Jeremy and I have been joyfully coupled, co-habiting blissfully and creating our own functional and charming family. 

Together we have created a home filled with photos of our graduation through to our  charity work in Arfricar through to the candle-lit water birth of our first child. 

I’m so lucky to have married my best and only true friend. He works so hard to provide for us. Jeremy stays at our London flat four nights a week. When he’s away, it’s like part of my soul is missing. I’m sure Jeremy feels the same but a decade at boarding school means he finds it hard to communicate his inner thoughts. 

About me

I am a SAHM with my DS and DD and DH who WITC. We live in the Cotswolds while my husband,  Jeremy, commutes four days a week. 

Since graduating from Cambridge with first class honours in PPE, I have found my real calling in raising our children, Ambrose (6) and Nectar (9).