‘Mum bod’ – Your changing body after babies
My second Mother’s Day is nearly here and looking back, what a year it’s been.
We’ve experienced so many firsts and a few lasts. First Mother’s Day, Christmas, birthday. First foods, words, steps….ah and the lasts. Last baby group sessions, days of maternity.
Continue reading Why you should feel confident with your mum bod
We hit a huge milestone last week. I achieved my Golden Boobies. It’s a breastfeeding award that celebrates a reaching a year.
Not that you get an actual award. I’m not sure who would send it to you, the Boobie Fairy? Continue reading Golden Boobies – How it feels 1 year breastfeeding
Last week a few things happened which really made me reflect on how differently I approach and handle situations.
Has motherhood changed me?
I think so.
Continue reading Has motherhood changed me?
Dropping Harrison off at nursery today, before work, out of no where I felt a tug at my working mum heart.
Continue reading Can we really have it all, as a working mum?
Kenna, mum of a four-year old boy, and 23 month old little girl, is also 23 weeks pregnant with baby number three. Wind back nearly 27 years ago, Kenna was born at Doncaster Royal Infirmary, 14 weeks early, weighing just 1Ib 15 oz. She was the first premature baby to be cared for by Doncaster Royal Infirmary, and not sent to Sheffield or Leeds special care baby units.
As a teenager I always said I didn’t want to have children.
The thought of premature labour being a possibility scared me. Continue reading Kenna’s story – premature baby to mum