I'm sure most of you mummas out there will agree that growing a baby inside your belly is one of the most spectacular experiences that a woman could ever go through. For me it was by far one of the most happiest, scariest and surreal periods of my life. I loved being pregnant, feeling the … Continue reading Pathway To Peace
#1. All bumps are different. Okay this one hits close to home because it fucked me off every time somebody would tell me how small I was even though my belly was measuring at the correct size. At 25 odd weeks I freaked out and started worrying that my baby wasn't healthy, when there was obviously … Continue reading 15 things I wish I knew before I had my first baby.
After all this hoo-haa about me going back to work soon, I didn't even stop to think how the same issue would have affected my partner Sean. Sometimes I can get so caught up with the chaos of mumlife that I forget that dadlife also comes with it's challenges along the way too. So today, I would … Continue reading Dear Babydaddy,
'Let them be little...cause they're only that way for a while'. I've seen these Billy Dean song lyric's floating around the interweb for a while now and it's only taken me 5 months to truly understand the meaning of these words. Many people, even strangers on the street would tell me over and over again "enjoy the baby … Continue reading Let Them Be Little
I never intended on co-sleeping with Jacob, it just happened. One day my sweet angelic newborn baby was sleeping soundly in his cot and then 24 hours of hell later he was sleeping in my bed getting a never-ending supply of the good stuff. I suppose you could say, Jacob was rolling in it and I … Continue reading Our Co-Sleeping Journey
Becoming a mother was one of the hardest transitions I have ever had to make in my life. Don't get me wrong, I fucking love being a mum, but on the road to motherhood I was met with this thing called change and it challenged me to my core. Since day one I have really struggled with … Continue reading This Thing Called CHANGE
Sometimes I question my decision of creating habitual mama. Why would I plaster myself and my family all over social media? Why would I choose to remain so "connected"? Why would I be so daringly honest with complete strangers that I've never met before? Yes, these questions go through my head daily, but there is something … Continue reading Paying It Forward – Why I Blog