A SUPERMUM has revealed Her biggest challenge was preparing her 12 children for school.
Zoe and Ben Sullivan live in a six-bedroom house with their large brood in Burghead, Moray.
The Sullivans are one of Scotland’s largest families, with Elizabeth, 17, Olivia, 16, Noah, 13, Evangeline, 11, Tobias, 10, Agnes, 5 and Joseph, 4, two sets of twins, Charlotte and Isabelle, 15, and Leah and Erin, 7, and eight-month-old baby Florence.
The YouTube family regularly shares vlogs, tips and tips for everyday life on their channel.
The 44-year-old said it was a task and a half to find all the right school shoes for her children in the morning.
Zoe shared with her 16.5k social media followers: “School mornings are always interesting.”
“Especially if we leave a little early.
“Why do they never find their shoes in the morning?
“There is always someone who can’t find a shoe.
“You came home from school last night with all your shoes on your feet.
“And you haven’t worn those shoes since
“So they must be somewhere in the house
“Where you go? Where are the shoes?”
“Why is there always someone saying I can’t find my shoes?”
At the start of the school year, Zoe added that it was the younger ones who had the biggest problem finding their footwear.
She continued, “I know this doesn’t just happen to me, it happens to everyone.”
“As they get older, they know where their shoes are because as they get older, shoes become more valuable – and probably a lot more expensive, so they keep their shoes safe.”
“But little ones, if you put them on the shelf when you come in, the shoes have to be there.”
We previously told how Zoe was left frustrated after already seeing Christmas stock at B&M – because it was too early to spend money on presents.
Zoe revealed she has just overcome the cost of outfitting the children for back to school – and has little money left to think about Christmas.
“It gets earlier and earlier every year,” she said.
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