I am Rhi, the Mummy behind the Mummy of Four blog and here are some random facts about moi;
My name is Rhiannan, but everyone calls me Rhi. Yes that’s Rhiann-A-n not the usual Rhiann-O-n, so I have to explain the spelling to everyone who may ever need to write it down. Such fun.
I live at home with my husband and my 4 wonderful children, Dylan (13) William (6), Bella (3) and Zara (born February 2017).
I LOVE chocolate and would eat it in place of any other food if I could get away with it. Also wine. I love wine. I don’t see the point in consuming empty calories from liquids – unless that liquid is wine.
I have a Business Studies degree specialising in marketing. I earned my degree before I gave birth to my children and my brain turned to mush.
I am also a qualified fitness instructor. I used to teach dance based fitness classes to both children and adults and I loved it. I haven’t taught any classes since baby number 2 was small (a time & childcare issue really), when I taught a Mum & baby fitness class called “Mumba”.
I am a bit of a tech geek. I actually watch the Apple Conferences when they are broadcast. People bring me their iPhones to fix when they go wrong.
I like everything in my life to be organised, it helps me feel like I have some sort of control. With 4 children, its really the only way to get through the day. Often things fall into a state of chaos, which prompts me to reassess how I’m doing everything & sort out our lives. I find this very cleansing and it always feels great to be back in the driver’s seat.
I am a bit obsessed with taking photos. I currently have 38,883 photos on my phone. I think that while I’m there snapping away, people might think its a bit of a pain. My husband is always rolling his eyes at me as I constantly attempt to capture our lives. I honestly believe it’s worth it though. The whole family, my husband included, love looking through the photos, which we have displayed randomly on a screen in our living room.
I am slightly concerned that life is flying by too quickly. It seems that the more children I have, the quicker the years are flying by. I am desperately trying to remember to stop and take it all in whenever I can. I think it might be why I’m obsessed with photographs (see number nine). I think that perhaps if I can capture some of these moments, then they will not be gone forever.
So that’s me, or a little bit about me anyway. Click here to read all about the children.