A while ago I posted asking what you'd like to hear about, and I was asked about what parenting challenges I have experienced and how I have overcome them or attempting to overcome them. This is basically the foundation of my blog, and there have been MANY challenges in my parenting journey, and still continues... Continue Reading →
It's Christmas eve! I cannot believe it's the festive season. This year has past incredibly fast. My son has developed and grown so much, and I cannot believe the things his learnt (including bad words 🙈). His got the funniest little personality, and he is also so sweet and polite, saying his pleases and thank yous.... Continue Reading →
It's happened, my son, my two year old, my baby says the F word. To hear that word come out of his mouth is disappointing, but i knew this would happen sooner or later with my potty mouth, and the potty mouth of the rest of the adults around him. Kids love saying things that they... Continue Reading →
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,... Continue Reading →
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....
As a first-time mum there is a lot of pressure to be perfect, perfect home, and child that hits every milestone on time, it's simply not possible.
If you want the real truth about what birth really feels like, and the process of planning leading up to birth, then keep on reading… When I thought about the idea of giving birth for the first time it was damn right scary. I was literally going to be pushing a real life little... Continue Reading →