There’s tonnes of reasons why I think Mummy Blogs are fab. I think of a ‘mummy blog’ as one written by a Mum, rather than any other type of person. They may not even be about mummy stuff, but they will still have a particular slant, which other blogs won’t have. You can get blogs about babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers, children, […]
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 in the plump cute looking […]
We often feel guilty, but don’t look hard enough at why, which means it keeps bothering us.
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 would I regret not doing?’. […]
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.
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 popping up to see how […]
How perception of your life, creates it more than anything else.
A blog to help Mums tackle the decision about breast feeding.
Do You Sometimes Feel Disempowered? It’s easy as a Mum to feel disempowered. Maybe you’re not quite as fit as you once were, or don’t go out socially as much, or don’t get as much ‘quality’ time with your other half. Perhaps you are worried that you are not bringing in as much money because you are a SAHM or […]