With so many “Mum Blogs” out there, it’s not always easy to be unique. Yes, I talk about things from my perspective, which may be helpful, and reassuring to other parents. But lately I have found myself thinking about what do people really want to read about. As most bloggers I have many ideas, with … More What Do You Want To Read About?
If you’ve read my previous blog, you’ll know that I have recently been away with my son, hubby, and inlaws. What I didn’t tell you about is the utter hell we endured on the flight home. We went on our first family holiday with our son when he was just 11 months old (just the … More Flight Hell – Traveling With A Toddler
It’s been almost a month since i’ve posted and i’m sorry. Daily life has taken over and i have found myself with barely anytime to think or write. It was my son’s second birthday a month ago today, and planning and organising took over. I still can’t believe how fast two years have past, and my … More Life’s Been Busy
When our children become unwell, by even a common virus, we worry. My son, who turned two recently, and who has rarely been ill, had a virus and developed a rash. The first thing we did was to check the common symptoms of measles and rubella. But the rash disappeared under glass, and it was … More How To Deal With a Virus
I think my husband would agree that i can be a bit more harsh, and quite strict with how i would like our son to be raised, and half the time i feel like i I’m just perceived like an obsessive bitch. I’m quite specific with the types of foods i want my son to … More Sometimes I Feel Like a Bitch…
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
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