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(Re)Subscribe By Email To My Blog

Subscribe to the Mummy Whisperer Blog

Yay you can now subscribe by email to my blog!! Already subscribed?  Sorry, there is a slight problem …  I was very excited when I first managed this a few months ago.  But anyone who subscribed then is on the wrong feed.  Sorry!  Can you subscribe again pretty please? Why bother? Well otherwise you might […]

Why Other People Are Recommending My Webinar

Why Other People Are Recommending My Webinar

I thought you might want to see what other people have been saying about my webinar coming up tomorrow.  Partially because they appear to be a load more eloquent than I am, and also because it gives you an insight from people who have known or interacted with me for a while *** ‘Muddling Along’ […]

A big fan of ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’, the way to people’s hearts

A big fan of ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’, the way to people’s hearts

I’m a fan of ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’, in fact since having kids I’ve become a big fan of manners.  It’s not until you see a young 2-5yr old mimic an adults behaviour that you really realise how rude or uncaring or unattractive certain types of behaviour are.  Ironically, it’s not that I actually take umbrage […]

Help, Am I Deluded?

Help, Am I Deluded?

I’ve met my fair share of coach/therapist/healer types who were extremely deluded about either their grandiose plans, their skills or their market actually wanting them. There have also been a fair amount if people with a great deal less training and experience than me, who were a load better at marketing and therefore a hell […]

Wow, 3 Months Is a Lot Faster Second Time Around

Wow, 3 Months Is a Lot Faster Second Time Around

Wow, Wibee (little pink/Willow Phoebe) is now 3 months old.  I can now pop her in a bumbo and eat at least half my meal without her needing a cuddle.  We have reached that magical second milestone, where she’s transitioned through the squeaky, alien phase, into the gradually becoming more aware phase, and is now […]

Why Is Asking For Help So Difficult?

Why Is Asking For Help So Difficult?

I’ve just spent two weeks sick, oh my god, since I’ve been a ‘grown up’, I can hardly think of any times that I’ve had to rest and recuperate for so long.  Now once I got my head around it, I’ve really appreciated the experience, but initially it was blinking hard, because I had to […]

What Will Cause The Most ‘Pain’ If Not Done By The End Of Today?

To do list

In ‘ye olden days’, i.e. 2 months ago before the arrival of ‘little dimples’, my second child, I used to ask myself what might seem a slightly dark question when sorting out my plan for work/life balance. I would think about being elderly and sitting on my death bed, looking back over my life.  ‘What […]

The Ideal Mummy Age – 16, 26, or 36?

The Ideal Mummy Age – 16, 26, or 36?

I realised the other day that I could have become a Mum at either 16, 26 or 36, and ironically the extremes of very young or very old suited me best.

Re-igniting Sexual Desire

Re-igniting Sexual Desire

I read a couple of heart-rending mummy blogs recently, where two Mums were asking for advice about their lack of sex life and wondering how come their partners appeared not to be interested.  They were distressed because society gives off the impression that men only think about sex, so now they are wondering why their […]

Arrival Of Baby No2 – A Very Different Experience

Arrival Of Baby No2 – A Very Different Experience

Willow Phoebe Rose Pearson arrived on Saturday 13th February at 13.25, at a chubby 9lbs 3oz, at home in our lounge after a very relaxed 7hr labour, lots of chatting and a short dip in the birthing pool.  Hubby and 4yr old son were downstairs during the process, watching films or playing computer games, and […]