Pack their bags, Prep the meals,Head to the shops, you’re out of bread.Don’t be late, there’s chores to do,Even though you’d rather be in bed. He won’t brush his teeth, she’s teething again.Its 5 in the morning, take a deep breath,Don’t get frustrated, speak calmly instead,Use every ounce of patience you have left. Did I… Continue reading The juggle is real and so is the mind talk
I set myself a goal, I worked hard, I did it. This is the new me.
I didn't think this day would come, being a mum of two! Today I’m celebrating them and all that they make me ❤️❤️
Shining a light on the most amazing woman in my life, my mum - #IWD2021
I catch my reflection and see you staring back at me. I think of all you’ve had to endure, Struggling with what I see. Making me feel insecure. Before you changed, you housed the tiniest of lives, but only for a few weeks that time, And there started a journey full of trauma, an uphill… Continue reading Stronger than ever
This isn’t the way imagined my maternity leave would be. In all honesty, I feel shortchanged.
If someone had told me last year that I’d be spending the latter part of 2020 on maternity leave, I would never have believed them. I was certain that my body would not be able to take another round of medication or suffer another loss. But as if by magic, although a storm was brewing… Continue reading Gratitude: Pregnant and parenting during a global pandemic
Having suffered two losses in the space a year, the thought of being pregnant again brought as much fear as it did excitement...
Being an expert in the field of energy and sustainability, making a positive contribution to the world and climbing the career ladder is something I have worked really hard to achieve. But, being a mother and starting a family of my own is something I have had to work even harder at. My fertility struggle… Continue reading A working mum or a mum working? Which am I?
As baby loss awareness week comes to a close, I sit here reflecting one of my toughest years yet. The week marks an opportunity for people across the UK to commemorate the lives of babies lost in pregnancy or during or soon after birth. The truth is, for those that have suffered baby loss, every… Continue reading A year of losses