When I started my blog I imagined myself imparting motherly wisdom to other women new to the whole baby thing, sharing recipes and style tips alongside photographs of the cakes I’d lovingly baked. That type of thing.
But then all this other mental stuff fell out of my head and onto the Internet.
I am not an expert on motherhood: No one is really we’re all just bumbling through it the best way we can.
The following posts are my experiences of being a mum to my two beautiful children and the things I have learned along the way.
As for the style tips and recipes I’m currently sitting typing this wearing snot smeared jeans (not my own….the snot I mean, they are definitely my jeans, no one else I know has jeans with this many stains) eating a shop bought battenberg like it’s an apple.
Suffice to say if you are searching the Internet for food and style inspiration and have landed here something has gone terribly wrong. Here are links to my most popular baby related posts:
I wrote about the challenges of dealing with a difficult baby and called it. Is My Son A Dick? Which I’m sure will have no future repercussions whatsoever.
I breastfed both my children and yes I would like some sort of award thank you, breastfeeding is hard work – if you’re new to it (hang in there) and read my post about Breastfeeding in Public: How to get them out when you’re out and about.
Pregnant and panicking about buying all that baby stuff? Read my list of baby essentials and relax. Put your feet up everything’s going to be fine….
Top 10 tips for travelling with small children. Worth a read even if you’re not planning on taking the kids away – you’ll feel so much better about staying at home.
For more betterer advice from lots of lovely mums who don’t all have potty mouths like me head over to Mums Make Lists or read the Mumsnet chat board – I once stopped my right boob from exploding by following the advice on there and will forever be grateful.