Post Natal Depression: My Story

TW: Suicide mention & Some medical terminology A version of this post originally appeared on My friend Taylor’s blog One thing I always wanted when I first started my blog was to help other mums. There’s a lot to learn when you first become a mother. Not only is a… View Post

My decision to bottlefeed

My decision to bottlefeed

Look online anywhere and you’ll see everyone preach about breastfeeding. And it’s true, breastfeeding really is the best, most nutritious way of feeding your baby. Breastfeeding helps the baby form a better immune system, and helps you have a better, stronger bond with your baby. I’ve always been stunned by… View Post

The Gift of Personalised Jewllery

The Gift of Personalised Jewllery

What’s one thing that Mum’s ask for for Christmas? Well, if they’re anything like me – they’ll simply say that the only thing they want for Christmas is that their children’s wishes are all met. My children are my life, and if they’re happy, I’m usually happy too! But Mum’s… View Post

What Parents Really Think Of The Twirlywoos

What Parents Really Think Of The Twirlywoos

One of the great things about having children in Cbeebies. God bless Cbeebies. It allows you to have a quiet 5 minutes and a cuppa but on the flip side, you always catch yourself watching it, weirdly fixated on it. Eventually conjuring up the thought – “What am I ACTUALLY… View Post

Surviving a Train Journey with Children

Surviving a Train Journey with Children

When you don’t drive, travelling anywhere with children is a gruelling and frankly horrific endeavour.We recently took a trip to Clacton, which you can read about here. We went by Train which was incredibly stressful! But with hindsight, and a few games we invented, I made a little guide to… View Post