This is a story close to my heart; I found out I was pregnant very early on in my pregnancy – at around four weeks. It was late October, and with the Christmas season approaching, I knew there was a good chance that I would have issues hiding my pregnancy. My main concern was work, … More 8 Ways To Hide Pregnancy- When You’re Just Not Ready To Tell The World
As mainly a plant-based eater, I love good stir fry, and it’s a meal I regularly cook at home for me and hubby. It’s a great colourful dish, and I love the vibrancy of the vegetables, rather than beige foods, which makes me feel bloated and lethargic. Instead, a stir fry fills me with energy and … More Tofu Stir Fry
Before I ever decided to have a child, I knew that I would want to exclusively breastfeed. I know that this isn’t easy for some, and it can be painful in the beginning, but I wanted to persevere and I got through the difficulty of latching and the painful stage. I’m not going to lie, … More Breastfeeding – End Of An Era
I was watching Loose Women (a UK day time TV show) on bank holiday Monday, and there was a topic about shouting at children, is it worse or the same as smacking? In my opinion it all depends on the situation. My child is coming up to two years old, and he has been extremely … More Is Shouting At Your Child Worse Than Smacking?
After giving birth I had what they call “baby blues”, I literally cried every single day for two weeks straight, and over the smallest and silliest things. I was truly an emotional wreck, I felt like I didn’t know what I was doing, and that I wasn’t being the best mum I could be. But … More Feeling Lonely
On my blog i cover a few subjects, the day to day life of parenting, motherhood, and i even throw in some of my favourite recipes. However, aside from these daily issues, which many other “mum blogs” talk about, i also post about more serious topics that affects not only us as parents, but our children. I’ve spoken about vaccinations as a starting point, and you can read those posts here. … More A World Gone Mad: Our Children’s Future, and Political Correctness
Baby brain, pregnancy brain, or momnesia, whatever you want to call it, it impacts many of us women who have had children. It can impact our work life and personal life, and worst of all it may affect us far beyond pregnancy…. … More Baby Brain – It’s a Real Thing