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What Do You Do? - Labels and Mum Guilt

Becoming a Mother seems to go hand-in-hand with being neatly labelled, like rows of veg in a garden. You’re a ‘Stay at home Mum’, a ‘Working Mum’, a ‘Full-time working Mum’ or ‘Part-time working Mum’… Over the last four years I’ve had to fill out a few forms or answer various administrative questions about my ‘occupation’, and I’ve always felt a bit funny about writing ‘stay at home Mum’. 1,614 more words


Review: Isabella and Us Mummy Cards.

It’s always great to be able to work with a brand that you really believe in and I love the positive parenting message behind Isabella and Us. 297 more words


The wonder weeks and why I stopped following them.

The wonder weeks and why I stopped following them.

For any new parents out there, you may have heard the term, ‘Wonder weeks’, thrown around when it comes to new babies.  556 more words


A Wake Up Call: Time to start teaching my own child

So this blog post has been in my drafts for 6 months without getting published. This meeting was a pivotal moment for me in how I see my role as a mother and how I interact with my daughter, so I’m going to dust it off and publish it. 738 more words

Being, instead of doing: tout un art!

If one thing is true of a professional turned stay-at-home mum, it is learning that doing is not the point of what you do: it is being! 321 more words

Living Intentionally

'Stay at home parent' vs 'working parent'

This is a topic I see so many people trying to argue against why one is better than the other and why you shouldn’t do the other, now this annoys me so much because what is right for one person might not be right for another person as no two people are the same! 304 more words


Mum Friends

When I was pregnant with my first I was insistent that I didn’t need Mum friends. I had friends after all and they were great. Why would I need new ones?? 693 more words