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First guest series!

So excited to be collaborating with Hannah from The Peaceful Mama and Peaceful Doula Company on my very first guest blogging series!

Hannah is launching her new retreats business and overhauling her coaching packages with amazing offers for our readers coming in October!

Stay tuned for the first post in the series, coming next week!

Mini Mummi Month!

Yesterday I got a message from WordPress, saying that it’s been a month since I started this blog:

I was surprised that it had already been that long – it certainly doesn’t feel like it, which, I guess, is a good sign. maintaining this blog doesn’t feel like work, and looking into different ways of improving it and getting it out there for mummy bloggers to read is actually pretty exciting! Continue reading

The Guilt Trip

As mums, we spend a lot of time feeling guilty, when we probably shouldn’t. We feel guilty for feeling tired, for wanting to eat a meal that hasn’t gone cold, for wanting a couple of minutes of silence. We shouldn’t feel guilty for those things – they’re not a lot of ask for, but we push them aside in favour of holding our babies when they’re crying or doing the laundry because we’ve run out of clothes.

Since we’ve got plenty of self-created reasons to feel guilty, we really don’t need anyone else to give us more. Continue reading

Tips for expressing milk

Being able to express breastmilk can bring you a little bit of freedom when looking after an infant. Whether it is so that you can get someone else to feed your baby so that you can have a break or get stuff done, or to give your boobs some respite during those periods where your little one seems to eat all day, giving your baby expressed breastmilk ensures that they have the best source of nourishment possible. Continue reading

The delusion of time

I don’t know about you, but I get mildly excited when my baby plays happily in his activity centre or motion gym for longer than five minutes, because it means I can actually heat up my lunch, or do some laundry, or take a decent shower. And when he naps, it almost feels like a reward – a small portion of your day that’s just for you. You don’t necessarily get one of these every day, so when you do, you make the most of it. Continue reading