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A Monday confessional is good for the soul


They say confession is good for the soul – but it might not be good for keeping or making friends! But I’ll just have to wait and see.

So I’ve decided to make Monday a day of fessing up to things I probably shouldn’t have done.

The lovely Kirsty @ My Home Truths has been coughing secrets in her I Must Confess link for the past year and now I’m joining her – so here goes.


1. For lunch I inhaled an ENTIRE pottle of sweet chilli, lemongrass, cashew and coriander dip because my children were driving me insane and I’m prone to emotional eating.

2. I gave the kids two-minute noodles for lunch because they wanted them and I was sick of arguing with the little shits.

3. I then let No.3 eat the noodles that fell on the floor – three-minute rule?

4. My youngest’s third word (he’s already saying mumma, dadda and bubbles) is either going to be shit, shithead, f*&K or CRAAAAP – as these are words that slip out of my mouth when he’s around. I can’t help it – I sometimes forget he’s not a baby anymore.

5. Over the Xmas break I didn’t deny myself a thing, so the food baby I’m currently carrying around is made up of wine, chocolate, cheese, and a quarter of a whole ham (in that order).

6. I sometimes think I shouldn’t be a mum because I have the patience of a drunk person at an A&E department on a Saturday night – NONE.


So these confessions were pretty lame, but I’m starting off slowly and gently.

Stay tuned for next Monday’s confessions, I promise I’ll make them juicer, like the time I took someone’s virginity at university and didn’t enough know!


Author: Have A Laugh On Me

I'm a mum to three, write from home and I rarely cook, craft or clean but admire those who do. I try to live by the mantra that there's no point in worrying about something that might not happen! Be warned this is not a fluffy, sweet mummy blog, rather a place where you can cringe, laugh and be shocked at my brutally honest take on my life.

8 thoughts on “A Monday confessional is good for the soul

  1. Great confessions! Right there with you on the two minute noodles, these holidays are too long for me to be coming up with creative lunches every day

  2. I LOVE that ecard Emily! And I can relate to every one of those confessions. I confess that my kids have 2 minute noodles and spaghetti in a tin FAR too often – it is much easier than fighting them over the alternative. Thanks so much for linking up!

  3. I’ll be here every Monday Kirsty – such a great idea for a link. As for noodles, I was at my wits’ end today, and last night we were super healthy and I knew we were having a roast with vege tonight so I was like – WHAT EVER PEEPS!

  4. LMAO, this is hilarious. I love #4 and that ecard. You’ve just got yourself another follower – right, off to explore the rest of your blog.

    G. xx

  5. We had 2 minute noodles for dinner tonight. After DS chucked an epic tanty because channel 10 DARED to put ads on when Simpsons were on, I knew that any chance of eating real food that I had slaved over was slim to none.

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