As a mother, I imagined myself somewhere between Mary Poppins and Jules Oliver.
You know " growing my own courgettes, laughing whilst covered in mud, possibly having my own kiddie clothing range " that sort of thing.
But unforeseen circumstances have thrown me far from vegetable patches and spoonfuls of sugar...I am currently a single mother, living with my parents. And this New Year, I am in need of a major detox. What am I detoxing? Daisy's father, Nick.
New Year is a time to diet and purify (after, of course, finishing up all the Christmas crap- there's no point trying to diet with all that still hanging around. Glass of port anyone?).
Mum is losing weight, courtesy of Jaffa cakes and low-fat strawberry angel delight (two of my five a day!). Dad is having a bicycle-clip clear out.
My detox is my feckless, irresponsible former boyfriend. Alex and I will never work out if I can't cut Nick out of my life. But how can I, when he's Daisy's dad?
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