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At Three Sons Later we believe that you can create a life you love by making small changes. As such, we have put a lot of thought and effort into making our family life pleasant, educational, fun and healthy.
We love learning and passing on tips on how to achieve a lifestyle with less stress, more family time, good food and promoting children’s natural curiousity.
We’d love to hear from you!
P.S. You can also find me freelancing here:
The Irish Times Stories An Interview with Office Mum
My Kitchen Notebook My Recipe Blog
Wayfair DIY Inspiration


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11 thoughts on “Contact Me

  1. Hallo Fionnuala,
    I don’t really know where to comment on your blog in May about the German wedding. It’s a situation which I have so often experienced whether it be a wedding, a christening or whatever. It always seems to be so much less a hassle than in Ireland. The main thing is to bring a cake. A daughter of ours got married two years ago and the ” do” was in the garden of our house on the edge of the Black Forest. It was very simple – the choice of the young couple. So different to Ireland! And still I love Irish weddings. They are so lavish and carefree and one meets all the relatives and they go on all night.
    I love your photographs!
    Seóirse Ó Raghallaigh ( George)

  2. Hello there!
    I absolutely loved discovering your blog, and I hope mine can become successful like yours one day – it is so packed full of interesting things! (All of your interests are right up my street)
    So, I’ve nominated you for the Liebster Award! 😀
    Should you choose to accept, please follow this link to the article which explains the logistics/rules of the award, and has some interesting questions for you!

  3. hi fionnuala – just read your latest article in the irish times, which struck a chord with me. my first “irish” child was also born in 2008, I strive daily to raise my 8 and almost 7-yr-old “Austrians” in an irish way, despite our VERY rural setting and almost no contact with irishness outside of visits home. add to the mix my ireland-obsessed teenaged stepdaughter (who only speaks English to me – I must be doing something right!), and the narcissistic husband I’m (hopefully) about to offload after not quite 10 years of multiculti marriage, and to say I “get” your need for some sort of e-irish-community is a total understatement!! just wanted to say tx for the article, and that I’d love some sort of international link-up for those irish mams alone out there, there must be lots of us! Rgds, Lisa (Joyce) Hofer

    1. Thanks for getting in touch Lisa. I’m always glad to hear from Irish readers around the world. I bet there are tons of Irish mothers in rural places around the world. If I hear from any more of them, I’ll let you know. Take care, Fionnuala

  4. Hey there,

    My name is Tim Horton and I’m the advertising partnerships manager at JvPartnersNow.

    We would like to advertise some of our Lifestyle & Family related clients on your blog.

    Can you please let me know which Advertising options you offer ?

    Thanks in advance for the Details !

    Take care,

    Tim Horton

  5. Hi Fionnuala,

    I’ve just found your blog via an article on mothering abroad on the Irish Times. Look forward to taking a look at your blog-I’m particularly interested in reading other Irish women loving abroad. I live in The Netherlands with my Irish family. My blog is if you want to connect.

    best regards,


    1. Lovely to hear from you and I am delighted you found my article. Sorry for the late reply. I haven’t been blogging much lately.

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