Just a quick post today as one half of the toddler twosome has been having an awfully clingy couple of days (trying to figure out if behaviour based or coming down with something).
It has meant i haven't been able to get anything done or literally move from the room she is in without a major meltdown…is this her way of greeting her 2 yr old milestone do you think?!!! We have a busy weekend ahead with the twins 2nd Birthday on Sunday so there are cakes to be made, presents to be wrapped, balloons to be blown and preparations made for a visit from the girls Gran (my Mum).
I have been trying to clean the house across the past few days (due to the little appendage stuck to my leg constantly making everything take twice as long!). Figured i better give the furniture a bit of a dust and polish since my Mummy is coming to visit ( i am sorry to say dusting has been a sadly neglected chore since the twins came along…what a bad housewife i am…it used to be a weekly chore i promise!). I then belatedly realised i had run out of good ol Mr Sheen to polish (or let's be honest and say ‘remove the thick layer of dust and sticky fingerprints!) with…and i was on such a good housewifey roll too!
I then remembered reading in my travels about others that had tried making their own furniture polish and i had filed that scrap of information in the back of my mind to try ‘one day'. Well…here was that day!
I played around with a few recipes i have come across in my searching until i had something that i feel is actually working really well (yep i was a little suprised i admit!). Perhaps you might like to give it a try…it is quick, easy and cheap to make with only 3 ingredients needed!