Firstly, I apologize for not posting as much as I usually do. Our little family is currently on the move for the next couple of weeks and when I do have the chance to sit down and update the blog I find myself slowly nodding off and waking to find an entire sentence that makes … Continue reading The big and the small.
The day my son was placed upon my chest and into my arms, I felt LIFE. The newest and most pure essence of our life force. So young, so quintessentially innocent, yet resonating with radiant energy. We all, as parents go through this in our own way. We see this from different points, at different … Continue reading How bittersweet this contrast.
As we grow our children and into our role as mothers, both physically and spiritually, we are constantly bombarded with advice and judgements. If a mother chooses to breastfeed her child in public she's bombarded with criticism, when a mother chooses to formula feed her child she's also bombarded with criticism. The single most unfortunate … Continue reading Stigmas of a Mother
Today my wee baby bear had his first immunizations! This isn't going to be an argument about immunizations, if you choose to or not to, it's your choice and I'm never going to tell you your wrong, because you know best for your child. Anyway. I have been nervous for a good couple of days … Continue reading Motherhood = unpredictability
As I lay down in bed, exhausted, entering this faze of the day completely ready to embrace slumber, my brain decides to waken. I start thinking about life changing decisions that I can't do anything about at this current moment, the dishes that I should of done before bed, that snarkey comment I said to … Continue reading This is motherhood.
There comes a time in every new mother's life when she has to put her tail between her legs and accept help. It's not something we can all graciously accept, but where would we be without the amazing network of Mama's, family and friends around us? There is nothing more important than the support around … Continue reading We get by with a little help from our friends.
Its daunting when the day finally comes! You have the all clear to go home with your beautiful little bundle! Your new life begins! You are still healing yourself, whether it's from vaginal birth, surgery or from the various other procedures.. You have had 2 hours sleep in 48 hours and are slightly delusional. You … Continue reading Our new life.