We often talk about breastfeeding and it's benefits for the baby but it's important to also focus on a mother's health during breastfeeding. Being a first-time mother I know how confused and vulnerable a new mom can feel at times, especially when it comes to breastfeeding. In the first few months after having a baby,... Continue Reading →
As we grow older we change the way we look at our parents. Things change even more when we become parents ourselves. There are things we learn to understand more about them and why they act in this or another way starts to make a lot more sense. We learn to see our parents beyond... Continue Reading →
After 2 years of a career break to raise my son, I had my first job interview. It was an over the phone interview as the recruiter was in another country. For someone who has had a successful business career and someone who has done recruitment excessively throughout her career, I was nervous like I’ve... Continue Reading →
Children don’t filter their emotions, they are raw and honest about what they feel!
Sometimes, we need to take a step back and see a bigger picture. If something isn’t like it is everywhere else, it doesn't mean there’s something wrong with it, it simply means it’s different! And different is good!
I've suffered from a severe migraine since I was seven years old. At a time as a child, I couldn't understand what was happening to me and why my head was unbearable hurting, to the point that during one of a migraine strikes a seven-year-old me said goodbye to my mother thinking that I was... Continue Reading →
Talking to a good friend of mine who has recently become a mother for the first time, brought a lot of memories of my experience as a newbie to the whole motherhood and parenting world, reminding me that when you are a new parent, things do get blurry and it’s hard to see the line... Continue Reading →
Just when I felt like I had this motherhood thing under some control, I’m hit with yet another puzzle to solve... Over the past couple of days, there’s been only one question constantly playing on my mind ‘Why doesn’t my son just play with his toys and self-entertain for a minute?’ here I am wanting... Continue Reading →
I've recently been talking to a couple of new mums, because my boy is a couple of months older than their babies, naturally they were asking about milestones that I have already been through with my boy and they were yet to face. I've noticed that they were a little concerned about the time their... Continue Reading →
Do you find yourself feeling trapped within the bubble of parenthood? Do the walls of your house seem to be closing in on you? Does the air feel heavy and make it feel so hard to breathe? You are not alone All this and so much more happens to so many of us as we... Continue Reading →