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Have women really made it in society?

Women empowerment is something that I consider to be of the utmost importance in this day and age. I decided to look at what kind of discriminations and problems women still go through even though we are said and seen to be moving forward in the world. 778 more words

Mastitis, Baby sick and lots and lots of breastmilk

Having the time to blog is now something of a luxury. I’m sitting in bed with my baby beside me, all plump and satiated; having drained the milk of both boobies THREE WEEKS; how is my baby boy THREE weeks old. 397 more words

Finding Joy in the Small Things

I find joy in so many areas of life since loosing my daughter.  I love, love, love, being a grandmother.  My grandchildren bring me so much joy and they give me so much unconditional love.  224 more words

★ Maternal Bond - Mother and Child in Art

★ It’s Mother’s Day here in the UK – that day when we take the time to say ‘thank you’ for all the kissed-better cuts and scrapes, laundered clothes, home-cooked meals, and ever-loving shoulder to cry on. 199 more words



The umbilical chord is often seen as the ultimate connection between mother and baby. For me, it’s nature’s helping hand; a necessity rather than a matter of choice. 489 more words


.::Zane & Jacob::.

Zane, woke and oddly found himself walking to the bathroom with a stick in his hand, he idly sat on the toilet rubbed the lingering sleep from his eyes and peered at the stick before he realized what he was holding he instantly turned white and yelled for Jacob to accompany him in the bathroom, Jacob looked very puzzled and gasped saying “thats from your piss?” this doesn’t make sense” he grabbed the stick from Zane and feeling nausea as he stared at the positive result in the little window. 314 more words


I am not Maternal

I have never fantasized about being a mom and snuggling with a newborn. I have never been the person to sooth a crying infant when no one else could. 495 more words