Does anyone else find that when their child does something potentially dangerous, they almost obsess about it for the next few days? Since Eden has been a toddler, this is a pretty frequent occurrence for me, but yesterday really took the biscuit. If you have your judgy pants on, please don’t read any further. Continue reading
As someone who has been through infertility, it is often at the forefront of my mind. It makes up a lot of what I do, what I say and it still dictates how I feel about a lot of things. I’ve realised over time though, that those who haven’t been affected by it genuinely have no idea. Why would they, of course? There are things I have no idea about as well. A lot of people say you don’t take notice of infertility until it affects you, and something happened to me a couple of weeks ago that reminded me of that. Continue reading
The “big” news story on Facebook last week was that kids’ show “Doc McStuffins” had featured a lesbian couple with a child. And wow. The internet was losing its collective shit all over the place. I’m a member of many a Disney group on Facebook and all over there were people pulling the “I’m not homophobic but…” and “I’m entitled to my opinion…” excuses.
Ever since I was little, I’ve loved to write. I spent most of my teens poring over stories, planning out my future novels (ha!) and dreaming up characters in my head. Writing was my escape. Writing was where I hid from the world. Writing was where I could really express myself . Continue reading
Infant feeding is always a buzz topic. Especially at the moment, during National Breastfeeding Month (yes. A whole month…) conversations on infant feeding are everywhere.
With Eden being almost two (ridiculous!), I wanted to look back on ten things that I wish people had told me about feeding our baby. I’m going to be fairly “bottles and formula” heavy because that’s what I know.
People love to talk about working parents vs being a stay at home parent. Living in London, I’m not sure Amy and I had much choice about both of us working. The cost of living here is horrendous and as much as we could scrape by on Amy’s wages, we would just be scraping by and that’s no way to live if you ask me. So, we both work full time.