My mum friends have got me through a lot. It’s time to tell them how much I’m thankful for them.
Nothing in life is certain, apart from uncertainty.
Worrying causes a lot of problems, but it's a completely natural thing. With the current situation in the world, worry seems to be international. Just one more thing for us mums to worry about.
My relationship with my body before a baby was hard, now there’s extra pressure. It’s time to deal with it.
Travelling with a child can be daunting when you do it for the first time, so here's my Top 5 Tips, to help!
One day. One day in the future, I'll forget about today. One day, I'll forget why you made me laugh and why you made me cry. One day, I'll forget changing your nappy. One day, I'll forget cleaning up when you've thrown your food from your highchair. One day, I'll forget about the mundane bits … Continue reading One day.
I'd just like to say that I'm not usually one for being soppy. Yes, I'll tell people I love my husband, but I'm much more comfortable with a sarcastic comment as opposed to a full-blown display of love. However, after these last 13 months, I think my husband deserves to know everything, and I'm much … Continue reading A Letter to My Husband…
I just want to start this blog by saying that it will always get better. Even if it takes a long time, it will. That is what I tell myself every time E won't go to sleep, or wakes up every 30 minutes, or won't be put back in her cot when I've finally got … Continue reading No. Sleep. Til… Who Knows?!
I'm very much an advocate of mums supporting mums; I believe none of us should judge the other as we're all battling through every day and you don't know what anyone is going through. However, that doesn't mean that I don't get envious of other mums. Being a mum is hard and you're forever hoping … Continue reading Jealous? Me too.
The first year of my baby's life? Completed it, mate. Maybe a bit of an odd thing to reference (The Inbetweeners, for those of you who aren't in the know) when talking about E's first year, but I’m going with it... If I'm completely honest, this last year has been a massive blur. It's very … Continue reading Motherhood: Year One