A few weeks ago, I wrote on my blog: Now I’m Just Some Mummy That You Used To Know. Today I want to explore some ways you can banish the mum loneliness and move forward at your own pace! My original post got so much support and was shared so many times, I feel I owe it to you to…

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Six months ago, I was in Warrington Hospital feeling dazed and confused with a tiny human being having just vacated my body. Stitched up and sore, I knew right then and there that my world would be turned on its head as I stared at the tiny little bundle. My beautiful little boy. It was you. Since then, time has…

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I’ve actually had this post rattling around my brain for a while, but it seems appropriate to post today. Breastfeeding is something that is instilled in new mothers as ‘the way’. It’s the best, it’s easy, it’s free, it’s convenient, it’s what women do as mothers. There are adverts in the waiting rooms telling you how great breastfeeding is, leering…

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Wanting the most expensive baby products Big mistake. I made a list back when I was pregnant, of the most trendy, upmarket baby.. Equipment and literally pined for it. From prams that cost over a thousand pounds, to hand woven nappies made from the skins of angels.. I wanted them so badly. I thought I’d fail as a mum without…

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This isn’t a pity post. I’m quite comfortable where I’m at right now, but it’s glaringly obvious something in my life has changed: my friends have all gone. As a Stay At Home Mum I don’t have work colleagues to natter with, and those I worked with at previous workplaces haven’t been in touch since the token like on Baby…

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Something nobody ever prepared me for during pregnancy, was the post partum hair loss. You reach the four month milestone and when you should be feeling proud of yourself for keeping your tiny charge happy and alive, right? Well between the sleep regression, parental exhaustion and seeing more sunrises than you ever thought you would, something begins to happen. It…

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Unless you live under a rock, you’ll be aware that the British government have vowed to ban the useage of ‘wipes’ – the staple of a changing bag. They aim to eliminate disposable baby wipes in around 25 years – and it isn’t just limited to those you use on baby either. Makeup wipes, the cheap, convenient and time saving…

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Blossom the Butterfly by Playgro has been a pretty popular fixture in our home since Baby Button was a few weeks old. Now as he nears twenty weeks, she’s still a firm companion of his! Currently hooked on his play mat, Blossom is designed to give your baby lots of different textures and sounds to explore – from crinkly sounding…

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I’m going to share the recipes we are using on our weaning adventure. I batch cook these at the beginning of a week and store them in an ice cube tray so I can thaw them either over time in the fridge (Baby Button is up at 6, meaning I can pop one in the fridge when we get up…

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