Leta is an (almost) reformed traveller, a Masters-educated cultural historian and teacher; and a talented writer and cook, passions she now brings to her critically acclaimed blog Attachment Mummy. She also worked in West End theatre for a number of years.
Other passions include afternoon tea, nice hotels, long baths, wine, holidays, good books, days out - and goats! Leta and her family live on the sunny West Sussex coast, with a flower, fruit and vegetable-filled balcony, a busy kitchen, and a glimpse or two of the sea.
A former self-confessed geek, he still loves a bit of sci-fi and a superhero movie or two! Oh and coffee, lots of coffee.
Tatiana is 2 years old, with a fiery personality, a terrific sense of humour and a loving disposition. She loves nothing more than making everyone laugh and joining in with whatever her sisters are doing. She loves playing with dolls, toy phones, role play, cars, DUPLO and MegaBloks.
Before there were skin babies, there were these three, my beautiful, cuddly, slightly crazy, funny little fur babies: Yuri and Taya, born March 2007; and Misha, born February 2009.
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