• THE LONELINESS OF MOTHERHOOD

    Sometimes writing is like therapy. This is one of those times. This is a post that has been brewing over a few months now, and one that I definitely need out of my system. So I’m just going to come out and say it. I am SO lonely. I’ve read a lot of posts about

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  • YOU ARE ENOUGH.

    Ever since Lawson was born, I’ve had an issue with low level anxiety. Because it’s so low level, you hardly notice it’s there. But on the odd occasion, it’ll come out in strange places such as jaw ache from too much teeth grinding, a random snap at my husband in the car, or sometimes, a

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  • FEELING NORMAL AGAIN

    Before having Lawson, I remember asking a bunch of people when I would start to feel ‘normal’ again after giving birth. The answers varied, some said 10 weeks, some said 9 months, some said one year. For me, it’s taken up until now. For the longest time, I have been in what I can only

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  • MY POSITIVE HOME BIRTH STORY

    It only took 10 months, but I am FINALLY getting round to blogging about our home birth with Lawson (better late than never, right?!) I did do a video about our birth story, but honestly, I filmed it like 2 weeks after giving birth and I wasn’t really able to put a sentence together at

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  • WHY I’M WAVING GOODBYE TO MUM GUILT

    Mum-guilt. We all suffer with it, don’t we? Before having Lawson, I’d always heard people talk about it, but little did I know how utterly crippling it can be. It’s taken 9 months, but I’m pleased to say I’m finally waving goodbye to my mummy guilt, and here’s why you should too: IT DOESN’T ACTUALLY

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