I walked out of the enormous baby expo with a bunch of products that I didn’t even need and not 1 single tool about how I was going to navigate this...
Becoming a mum for the second time was NOTHING like becoming a mum for the first! For one thing, I was super tired the second time around, in a way...
There are obvious advantages to dating our partners, like continuing to get to know each other, sharing experiences, and growing connection and intimacy, how can we still date and nourish our relationship with the one we have created our family with when we haven’t got someone to watch the children?
Rather than starting from scratch every single week, which is a sure fire way to make you hate meal planning faster than your kid can say “I don’t eat broccoli on Tuesdays”, there are a few ways you can go about meal planning to make it more effective and easy for your family!
Modern parents are living in unchartered waters. Never has there previously been a time when emotional intelligence, resilience, empathy and kindness, have been on the parental consciousness as highly as it is today.
In this fasted paced world, where mothers are so focused on the need of everyone else, we are only now re-learning to take care and make space for ourselves.
How do you fit those small moments of self-care into your day, when you’re surrounded by children and can’t get a babysitter?
“At times, she reaches over and holds his hand as they both feed – it’s beautiful.”
“The natural state of motherhood is unselfishness. When you become a mother, you are no longer the center of your own universe. You relinquish that position to your children.”
– Jessica Lange