When I became a Mother.

Ahead of Mother’s day, I have followed the trend of the #whenibecameamother having been nominated by a friend. This tag line got me to think about that first evening when I met my baby girl and held her for the first time. That first evening that I lay awake watching her adoringly. The day myContinue reading “When I became a Mother.”

Maternity leave and Motherhood. Where dreamy expectations meet reality.

The illusion of Motherhood. Call me naive but I had great hopes for my spell off work on maternity leave. Maybe, I am just too new at this whole baby game and Motherhood to understand exactly how much work a newborn entails and how little time there is left for leisure. Perhaps if I hadContinue reading “Maternity leave and Motherhood. Where dreamy expectations meet reality.”

The things I wish my midwife had told me.

  Hindsight is a wonderful thing, isn’t it? During the course of my pregnancy, I was always so blind sighted by the concept of holding my baby that I didn’t really explore or look into what life might be like post baby and what babies actually do. We all know how it goes; babies, eat,Continue reading “The things I wish my midwife had told me.”

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