Today’s blog post was meant to expose my light-hearted concerns about becoming a ‘two under two’ household. However, following last night’s callous and evil attack, parents are today without the most precious things in their lives – their children. I have no idea how one even goes about coping with the aftermath. The loss of … Continue reading I wouldn’t change my children for the world but I wish I could change the world for my children.
I am losing a sense of myself and it’s no wonder with all the things that need to be juggled right now. If someone can remind me what the actual joys of raising a tiny human are that would be great. Before Harris was born I’d have free weekends with the hubby to unwind, I’d … Continue reading Where have YOU gone?
When you were born our dreams came true, Our lives were fulfilled and our future grew. You opened your eyes and took your first air, And all we could do was love you and stare. This is us now, three not two, New parents with just no clue what to do, All sorts of crazy … Continue reading A poem for your first birthday
The plan I’d written an essay instead of a birth plan. It was probably one of the most detailed pieces of content I’d ever drafted. It was laughed at by family members and branded ‘control freak’ by friends. I wanted everything my own way, a natural birth, in the water, no interference so I … Continue reading My birth story…